Dr. Hai-Lin Yong is a postdoctoral researcher of the Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale, a member of the free space experimental group.
2008 - 2010, he was responsible for the synchronization system, data processing and optical implementation, involved in the experimental 100 km quantum entanglement distribution. 2011, he was responsible for the receiver and the software part, experimental quantum teleportation over 100 km free space channel. 2012, he was responsible for free space two-photon HOM experiment. 2013, he was responsible for the ground verification experiment of the quantum communication constellation and participated in the development of quantum relay technology on the multi-photon platform. 2014, he won an excellent graduate student of Quantum Information and Quantum Science Frontier Collaborative Innovation Center. At the same time, He participates in the development of quantum science experimental satellites; is a deputy director of the designer for teleportation station of the scientific experimental system.He is working on experimental study of the ground-satelltie quantum teleportation.
His current research interests include experimental quantum communication, quantum entanglement and quantum teleportation, especially quantum experiments with free space channel.
- Free-space quantum key distribution in urban daylight with the SPGD algorithm control of a deformable mirror. Optics Express 26, 18897 (2018).
- Point-ahead demonstration of a transmitting antenna for satellite quantum communication. Optics Express 26, 17044 (2018).
- Ground-to-satellite quantum teleportation. Nature 549, 70–73 (2017).
- Space-bound optical source for satellite-ground decoy-state quantum key distribution. Optics Express 22, 27281-27289 (2014).
- Entanglement-based quantum key distribution with biased basis choice via free space. Optics Express 21, 27260-27268 (2013).
- Lower Bound on the Speed of Nonlocal Correlations without Locality and Measurement Choice Loopholes. Physical Review Letters 110, 260407 (2013).
- Source attack of decoy-state quantum key distribution using phase information. Physical Review A 88, 022308 (2013).
- Quantum teleportation and entanglement distribution over 100-kilometre free-space channels. Nature 488, 185-188 (2012).