Fu-Tian Liang

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ftliang@ustc.edu.cn
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No.99 Xiupu Road, Pudong District, Shanghai, China
Introduction

Dr. Liang Futian, graduated from the Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China 2013.He is a Associate Professor of the University of Science and Technology of China. The main research direction is high-speed and high-precision ASIC chip design, circuit design, providing electronic technical support for quantum communication and superconducting quantum computing.

Related Publications

  • Qian, Y., Liang, F. -T., Wang, X., Li, F., Chen, L. & Jin, G. Note: A 10 Gbps real-time post-processing free physical random number generator chip. Review of Scientific Instruments 88, 096105 (2017).
  • Wang, X., Liang, F. -T., Miao, P., Qian, Y. & Jin, G. 10-Gbps true random number generator accomplished in ASIC. 1-4 (2016). doi:10.1109/RTC.2016.7543082
  • Qian, Y., Liang, F. -T., Lu, H., Wang, X. & Jin, G. Design of a 10-Gbps random number recorder. 1-3 (2016). doi:10.1109/RTC.2016.7543101
  • Li, Y., Liao, S. -K., Liang, F. -T., Shen, Q., Liang, H. & Peng, C. -Z. Post-processing Free Quantum Random Number Generator Based on Avalanche Photodiode Array. Chinese Physics Letters 33, 030303 (2016).
  • Liang, F. -T., Datao, G., Suen, H., Chonghan, L., Tiankuan, L., Da-Shung, S., Ping-Kun, T., Annie, X., Jingbo, Y. & Jin, G. Active inductor shunt peaking in high-speed VCSEL driver design. Chinese Physics C 37, 116101 (2013).
  • Liang, F. -T., Gong, D., Hou, S., Liu, T., Liu, C., Su, D., Teng, P., Xiang, A., Ye, J. & Jin, G. The design of 8-Gbps VCSEL drivers for ATLAS liquid Argon calorimeter upgrade. Journal of Instrumentation 8, C01031—C01031 (2013).
  • Liang, F. -T., Chen, L., Li, F. & Jin, G. Data Acquisition System for the 3He Position-Sensitive Proportional Counter Based Neutron Dosimeter. Physics Procedia 37, 1813-1818 (2012).