Cao Yuan, male, born in August 1983.
Obtained a doctorate in November 2012 at the University of Science and Technology of China and in the same year in the school began postdoctoral research work. In 2016, I became an associate researcher. Mainly engaged in the experimental research on free-space quantum communication and spaceborne high brightness quantum entangled source. Recent major interest in the direction of new technology of quantum optics, quantum entanglement source, and the fundamental issue of quantum mechanics.
- Experimental simulation of time and frequency transfer via an optical satellite–ground link at 10 -18 instability. Optica 8, 471 (2021).
- Single-photon imaging over 200 km. Optica 8, 344 (2021).
- An integrated space-to-ground quantum communication network over 4,600 kilometres. Nature 589, 214-219 (2021).
- Long-Distance Free-Space Measurement-Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution. Physical Review Letters 125, 260503 (2020).
- Entanglement-based secure quantum cryptography over 1,120 kilometres. Nature 582, 501-505 (2020).
- Single-photon computational 3D imaging at 45 km. Photonics Research 8, 1532 (2020).
- Super-resolution single-photon imaging at 8.2 kilometers. Optics express 28, 4076-4087 (2020).
- Ultra-Low-Noise Balanced Detectors for Optical Time-Domain Measurements. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 66, 1048-1055 (2019).
- Satellite-Relayed Intercontinental Quantum Network. Physical Review Letters 120, 030501 (2018).
- Bell Test over Extremely High-Loss Channels: Towards Distributing Entangled Photon Pairs between Earth and the Moon. Physical Review Letters 120, 140405 (2018).