印娟

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yinjuan@ustc.edu.cn
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上海市浦东新区秀浦路99号,中国科学技术大学上海研究院,201315
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印娟,女,1982年12 月生于江苏。中国科学技术大学教授,国家优秀青年科学基金获得者,“墨子号”量子科学实验卫星量子纠缠源载荷主任设计师。2011年获中国科学技术大学理学博士学位。长期从事基于远距离量子纠缠的量子物理实验研究,在包括Nature(3 篇)、Science(1篇)、Nature Photonics(2 篇)、PNAS(1 篇)、PRL(8 篇)等国际学术期刊发表论文30篇,被SCI引用1200余次(Web of Knowledge 20/02/2019),其中6篇入选了Top1%ESI高被引论文。研究成果曾入选Nature杂志评选的“2012年度十大科技亮点”、“2017年度重大科学事件”, 美国科学促进会2018年度纽科姆•克利夫兰奖,3次入选两院院士评选的“中国十大科技进展新闻”。2013年入选中国科学院青年创新促进会,2014年获中科院卓越青年科学家项目,2016年获上海市青年科技启明星,2018年获国家优秀青年科学基金资助,曾获得第十届上海市巾帼创新新秀奖、中国科大海外校友基金会“青年教师事业奖”等荣誉。

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  • Gong, Y. -H., Yang, K. -X., Yong, H. -L., Guan, J. -Y., Shentu, G. -L., Liu, C., Li, F. -Z., Cao, Y., Yin, J., Liao, S. -K., Ren, J. -G., Zhang, Q., Peng, C. -Z. & Pan, J. -W. Free-space quantum key distribution in urban daylight with the SPGD algorithm control of a deformable mirror. Optics Express 26, 18897 (2018).
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  • Li, M. -H., Wu, C., Zhang, Y., Liu, W. -Z., Bai, B., Liu, Y., Zhang, W., Zhao, Q., Li, H., Wang, Z., You, L., Munro, W., Yin, J., Zhang, J., Peng, C. -Z., Ma, X., Zhang, Q., Fan, J. -Y. & Pan, J. -W. Test of Local Realism into the Past without Detection and Locality Loopholes. Physical Review Letters 121, 080404 (2018).
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