Shengwang Du

Shengwang Du

Francis S. and Maurine G. Johnson Chair
Professor - Physics
 
972-883-2404
SCI2.156
Du Group - Quantum Optics Lab
ORCID
Tags: Physics AMO Physics

Professional Preparation

PhD - Physics
University of Colorado Boulder - 2005
MS - Electrical Engineering
University of Colorado Boulder - 2002
MS - Physics
Peking University - 1999
BS - Electrical Engineering
Nanjing University - 1996
Minor - Computer Science
Nanjing University - 1995

Research Areas

AMO Physics
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics: Laser Cooling and Trapping
Quantum Optics
Quantum Information Science, Quantum Networks, Quantum Computing, Optical Neural Networks
Optical Imaging
Optical Microscopies for Material Nanostructures and Bioimaging. 

Publications

Subnanometer accuracy of surface characterization by reflected-light differential interference microscopy 2023 - Journal Article
Optical neural network quantum state tomography 2022 - Journal Article
Quantum Squeezing and Sensing with Pseudo-Anti-Parity-Time Symmetry 2022 - Journal Article
Wavelength conversion for single-photon polarization qubits through continuous-variable quantum teleportation 2022 - Journal Article
Scalability of All-Optical Neural Networks Based on Spatial Light Modulators 2021 - Journal Article
Tailor-made unitary operations using dielectric metasurfaces 2021 - Journal Article
Hybrid Entanglement between Optical Discrete Polarizations and Continuous Quadrature Variables 2021 - Journal Article
Efficient production of a narrow-line erbium magneto-optical trap with two-stage slowing 2020 - Journal Article

Awards

Elected Member - The Hong Kong Young Academy of Sciences (YASHK) [2020]
Fellow - The American Physical Society (APS) [2019]
Fellow - Optica (formerly The Optical Society - OSA) [2019]

Appointments

Francis S. and Maurine G. Johnson Chair
The University of Texas at Dallas [2022–Present]
School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [2021–Present]
Department of Physics
Professor
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology [2017–2020]
Department of Physics, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Associate Professor
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology [2013–2017]
Department of Physics
Assistant Professor
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology [2008–2012]
Department of Physics
Postdoctoral Scholar
Stanford University [2005–2008]
Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory

News Articles

Researchers Demonstrate All-Optical Neural Network for Deep Learning
Researchers Demonstrate All-Optical Neural Network for Deep Learning New approach could enable parallel computation with light
Meet the Newest Group of Tenured, Tenure-Track Faculty at UT Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas welcomed 25 new tenured and tenure-track faculty members in 2021, with many of them joining the University this fall.
New NSF Grant To Advance Quantum Research, Education at UT Dallas
New NSF Grant To Advance Quantum Research, Education at UT Dallas The coldest place in North Texas — a physics lab at The University of Texas at Dallas — is about to heat up, thanks to a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to advance the science and engineering — and train the workforce — needed to make neutral-atom-based quantum information processing a reality.

Affiliations

Francis S. and Maurine G. Johnson Chair Professor of Physics
2021/01
Department of Physics
The University of Texas at Dallas
800 West Campbell Rd
Richardson, Texas 75080 USA