PhD. 2003, Univ of South Carolina
MSc. 2000, USTC
BSc. 1997, USTC
2005.8 Associate professor, USTC
2011.8 Visiting University of Calgary
2008.1 Visiting Aarhus University
2006.6 Visiting Carnegie Mellon University
2003.9-2005.8 Postdoc at Carnegie Mellon University
Research interests include:
1. Foundations of quantum mechanics.
Fundamental problems related to quantum measurement, decoherence, and interpretation of quantum mechanics.
Fundamental issues related to quantum mechanics, causality and relativity.
Weak measurement theory and its applications to fundamental problems in quantum mechanics, as well as to signal amplification.
2. Quantum information theory.
Problems related to quantum entanglement.
Nonclassical correlations beyond entanglement.
Problems related to the structure of state space.
Limitations imposed by quantum mechanics on information science.
Implementation of quantum computing using superconducting devices or semiconductor devices.
New schemes and implementation problems on quantum communication
3. Quantum optics.
Some problems in nonliear quantum optics
4. Other related topics
 Xuanmin Zhu, Yuxiang Zhang, Shengshi Pang, Chang Qiao, Quanhui Liu, and Shengjun Wu, Quantum measurements with preselection and postselection, Physical Review A 84, 052111 (2011).
 Shengshi Pang and Shengjun Wu, Comparison of mixed quantum states, Physical Review A 84, 012336 (2011).
 Shengjun Wu and Yang Li, Weak measurements beyond the Aharonov-Albert-Vaidman formalism, Physical Review A 83, 052106 (2011).
 Shengshi Pang, Shengjun Wu, Unambiguously determining the orthogonality of multiple quantum states, Physical Review A 82, 042311 (2010).
 Shengjun Wu and Klaus Mølmer, Weak measurements with a qubit meter, Physics Letters A 374, 34-39 (2009).
 Shengshi Pang, Shengjun Wu, Optimum unambiguous discrimination of linearly independent pure states, Physical Review A 80, 052320 (2009).
 Shengjun Wu, Uffe V. Poulsen and Klaus Mølmer, Correlations in local measurements on a quantum state, and complementarity as an explanation of nonclassicality, Physical Review A 80, 032319 (2009).
 Shengjun Wu, Sixia Yu and Klaus Mølmer, Complementarity of information sent via different bases, Physical Review A 79, 022320 (2009).
 Shengjun Wu, Sixia Yu and Klaus Mølmer, Entropic uncertainty relation for mutually unbiased bases, Physical Review A 79, 022104 (2009).
Quantum Mechanics A, Fall 2010
Quantum Mechanics A, Fall 2009
Optical and Atomic physics, Spring 2007