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Liao, Sheng-Kai
Title Associate Professor
Telephone 021-68121303
  • 2005~2010Ph.D. in Electronic Circuits and Systems, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics(SITP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

    2001~2005  B.Sc. in Electronic Information Science and Technology,Department of  Electronic Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC).

  • 2010~present. Associate Researcher of the Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale.

Research Interest
  • In charge of the electronic system  of the Satellite for the space-ground quantum communication experiment, design equipments with high reliability for quantum information science experiment.

    Other Projects experience:
    Apr.2008 ~May.2010 Opto-Electronic Tracking System for space-ground quantum communication
    Sep.2006~May.2008 Maintained and upgraded the testing equipment of HJ-1B Infrared Camera

    Sep.2007~May.2009 Motion Compensation system for a High Resolution Hyper-spectral Imagery

  • 1Space-bound optical source for satellite-ground decoy-state quantum key distribution 2014.10 OPTICS EXPRESS Vol. 22,  No. 22 27281-27289 

    2Experimental unconditionally secure bit commitment 2014.01 Physical Review Letters 112 010504 

    3A Novel Picoseconds Optical Pulse Source For Free-Space Decoy-State Quantum Key Distribution 2013.11 2013 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium & Medical Imaging Conference

    4A Fast Improved Fat Tree Encoder for Wave Union TDC in an FPGA 2013.10 Chinese Physics C 37(10) 106102-1-7

    5An FPGA-Based TDC for Free Space Quantum Key Distribution 2013.10 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE 60(5) 3570-3577 

    6Lower Bound on the Speed of Nonlocal Correlations without Locality and Measurement Choice Loopholes 2013.06 Physical Review Letters 110 260407 

    7Direct and full-scale experimental verifications towards groundsatellite quantum key distribution 2013.05 NATURE PHOTONICS 7 387393

    8Quantum teleportation and entanglement distribution over 100-kilometre free-space channels 2012.08 NATURE 488 185-188