微纳光子学实验室
Nanophotonics Group

Prof. Xiaolong Hu

中文 / English

We explore light-matter interactions at nanoscale. In particular, we study the phenomena and principles regarding how light/photons interact with dielectric materials, semiconductors, metals, and superconductors that are designed and made into nanostructures by cutting-edge nanofabrication technologies. We furthermore develop novel optoelectronic devices for information processing, storage, and delivery that directly enable applications in sensing, computation, microscopy, communication, and health care. Our research combines electrical engineering, optical engineering, information science, material sciences, and physics, and helps push forward the frontiers of photonics and optoelectronics.

  • Photon-counting LiDAR

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  • Chip, package and system of fractal SNSPDs

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  • Surface-state absorption photodetector (SSAPD)

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NEWS AND EVENTS

  • 2024/05/30

    Congratulations to Kai Zou and Yun Meng for successfully defending their doctoral dissertations

    Kai Zou completed his doctoral dissertation titled "Arced-Fractal Superconducting Nanowire Single-Photon Detectors" and successfully completed his doctoral dissertation defense online this morning.Yun Meng completed his doctoral dissertation titled "Research on Key Technologies of Ranging and Imaging Based on High-Performance Fractal SNSPD Systems" and successfully completed his doctoral disser...

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  • 2024/05/27

    Thesis defense by Mr. Yun Meng

    ​Welcome everyone to attend it

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  • 2024/05/27

    Thesis defense by Mr. Kai Zou

    ​Welcome everyone to attend it

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  • 2024/05/24

    New publication: Fractal SNSPD coupled with multimode optical fiber

    Recently, our group collaborated with the group of Professor Val Zwiller at Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden and published a research paper titled "Speckle-Insensitive Fractal Superconducting Nanowire Single-Photon Detector Coupled with Multimode Optical Fiber" in Laser & Photonics Reviews. In this work, we first demonstrate the advantages of fractal SNSPD, which is insensitive to ...

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