CREOL Room 103
Harbin Institute of Technology
Dispersion is not an age long concept in physics, but also is one of ways to improve design and fabrication of our instrument nowadays. Utilizing the engineering dispersion, we can enlarge sensing performance of our facilities, and enhance their resolution. In my talk I will present a way to design the dispersion profile of devices to enhance the sensitivity of our sensors, including applications of generation of slow and fast light, M-Z interferometer, rotation sensor, temperature sensor. I will report the recent advances in the field based on engineering dispersion. In the ending part I will present the future direction.
Dr. Yundong Zhang is Full Professor of Department of Electronic Science and Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology in China. He received his PhD. degree in physical electronics from Harbin Institute of Technology in 1997. He joined Harbin Institute of Technology in 1991. He is interested in laser spectroscopic techniques, nonlinear optical response of organic micro-molecule, nano-materials, semiconductor materials, optical phenomena in micro-nano scale, controlling of light propagation and its applications. He was the deputy director of National Key Lab of Tunable Laser Technology from 1996-2003. He is reviewer of international journals, such as Optics Letters, Optics Express, IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, IEEE Letters of Light Technology, and so on. He has got five The National Natural Science Funds of China. He got a 863 High Technology Project from Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology. He also got a project from some department of China. He is now financially supported by a National Key Technology R&D Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology of China. He has over 100 journal publications, 10 issued patents and other 6 patents pending. He received some awards, such as Significant Achievement in Optical Field of China in 2010. And Scientific and Technological Award of universities and colleges in Hei Longjiang Province in 2011.