Kai Chen, a professor of University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), has ever been elected as a member for the Hundred Talents Program at Chinese Academy of Sciences. He graduated from Northwest University, China, under supervision of Prof. Bo-Yu Hou. He has worked in a number of international academic institutes and universities before he joins in USTC. This includes a postdoctoral fellow at Institute of Physics in Chinese Academy of Sciences, and in University of Toronto, an Alexander von Humboldt research fellow in University of Bonn, a Marie-Curie research fellow and a postdoctoral fellow in University of Heidelberg. His main research topics cover theoretical and experimental research on quantum information and quantum communication. He has published more than 40 papers in high profile international journals including Nature Photonics (3), Physical Review Letters (8)、Physical Review A (8) etc.
- Certifying Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering via the local uncertainty principle. Physical Review A 93, 012108 (2016).
- Experimental multiplexing of quantum key distribution with classical optical communication. Applied Physics Letters 106, 081108 (2015).
- Genuine High-Order Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering. Physical Review Letters 115, 010402 (2015).
- Direct and full-scale experimental verifications towards ground-satellite quantum key distribution. Nature Photonics 7, 387-393 (2013).
- A Real-Time QKD System Based on FPGA. Journal of Lightwave Technology 30, 3226-3234 (2012).
- Experimental Demonstration of Counterfactual Quantum Communication. Physical Review Letters 109, 030501 (2012).