We are devoted to develop and use advanced photonic quantum systems for investigations and applications in quantum information science. One of our aims is to increase the number of entangled photons, which are based on spontaneous parametric down-conversion and photonic interferometry. The other aim is to develop ultra-loss integrated linear optics, which has wide applications in quantum information processing such as bosonsampling, quantum random walk, quantum simulation and quantum computation.
- Entanglement Structure: Entanglement Partitioning in Multipartite Systems and Its Experimental Detection Using Optimizable Witnesses. Physical Review X 8, 021072 (2018).
- Experimental quantum channel simulation. Physical Review A 95, 042310 (2017).
- Observation of ten-photon entanglement using thin BiB\_3O\_6 crystals. Optica 4, 77 (2017).
- Experimental Ten-Photon Entanglement. Physical Review Letters 117, 210502 (2016).
- Secret Sharing of a Quantum State. Physical Review Letters 117, 030501 (2016).
- Experimental realization of a concatenated Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger state for macroscopic quantum superpositions. Nature Photonics 8, 364-368 (2014).
- Implementation of a Measurement-Device-Independent Entanglement Witness. Physical Review Letters 112, 140506 (2014).
- Multiphoton entanglement and interferometry. Reviews of Modern Physics 84, 777-838 (2012).
- Observation of eight-photon entanglement. Nature Photonics 6, 225-228 (2012).