Yang Li, male, born in January 1991, postdoctoral researcher in Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale. He has gotten Bachelor of Science degree in 2011 and Doctor of Engineering degree in 2016 from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) respectively, and has won USTC Guanghua scholarship, CAS Centre for Excellence in Quantum Information and Quantum Physics outstanding graduate scholarship (First Prize) and CAS Zhu Liyuehua excellent doctoral student scholarship, etc. He is mainly engaged in research of free-space quantum communication, and has participated in the quantum science satellite project charging with the development of space-bound quantum optical source. He has published five papers indexed by SCI (2 as first author) and one patent (substantive examination phase).
- High-Speed Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution with Integrated Silicon Photonics. Physical Review X 10, 031030 (2020).
- A High-Precision 2.5-ps RMS Time Synchronization for Multiple High-Speed Transceivers in FPGA. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 66, 1070-1075 (2019).
- Optically injected intensity-stable pulse source for secure quantum key distribution. Optics Express 27, 12231 (2019).
- Satellite-Relayed Intercontinental Quantum Network. Physical Review Letters 120, 030501 (2018).
- Long-distance free-space quantum key distribution in daylight towards inter-satellite communication. Nature Photonics 11, 509-513 (2017).
- Satellite-to-ground quantum key distribution. Nature 549, 43–47 (2017).
- Post-processing Free Quantum Random Number Generator Based on Avalanche Photodiode Array. Chinese Physics Letters 33, 030303 (2016).
- Space-bound optical source for satellite-ground decoy-state quantum key distribution. Optics Express 22, 27281-27289 (2014).