Feihu Xu has been a tenure-track professor at USTC since Oct. 2017. Before joining USTC, he was a Postdoctoral Associate at MIT in 2015-2017. He received an M.A.Sc and Ph.D from University of Toronto in 2011 and 2015. He works on quantum information science (quantum communication and sensing) and single-photon imaging (long-rang and non-line-of-sight imaging), and has co-authored more than 60 journal papers. As the first/corresponding author, he has published more than 30 journal papers in Rev. Mod. Phys.(1), Nat. Photon.(3), Nat. Phys.(1), Nat. Commun.(2), etc. He is the recipient of 35 Innovators Under 35 of China (by MIT Technology Review) in 2019, Outstanding Dissertation Award (by Overseas Chinese Physicists Association) in 2015, and Best Paper Award of QCrypt in 2014. See his Google Scholar for publication list and his personal site for further details.
- Nature Photonics nature photonics High-rate quantum key distribution exceeding 110 Mb s-1. nature photonics (2023). doi:10.1038/s41566-023-01166-4
- Toward a Photonic Demonstration of Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution. Physical Review Letters 129, 50502 (2022).
- Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution with Random Postselection. Physical Review Letters 128, 110506 (2022).
- Field Demonstration of Distributed Quantum Sensing without Post-Selection. Physical Review X 11, 31009 (2021).
- Non-Line-of-Sight Imaging with Picosecond Temporal Resolution. Physical Review Letters 127, 053602 (2021).
- Measurement-Device-Independent Verification of a Quantum Memory. Physical Review Letters 127, 160502 (2021).
- Experimental Quantum Key Distribution Secure Against Malicious Devices. Physical Review Applied 15, 034081 (2021).
- Non–line-of-sight imaging over 1.43 km. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 1-7 (2021).
- Security Analysis of Quantum Key Distribution with Small Block Length and Its Application to Quantum Space Communications. Physical Review Letters 126, 100501 (2021).
- Single-photon imaging over 200 km. Optica 8, 344 (2021).