Michael Reimer joined the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) in 2015 as an IQC faculty member and Assistant Professor with the Electrical & Computer Engineering department at the University of Waterloo. After receiving his BSc in Physics at the University of Waterloo, Michael spent two years in industry at JDS Uniphase as an R&D Engineer. He then went on to earn his MSc in Engineering Physics at the Technical University of Munich in Germany. In 2010 he obtained his PhD in Physics at the University of Ottawa/National Research Council of Canada where he developed single, site-selected quantum dot devices and novel approaches to generating entangled photons from such devices. His research interests are Semiconductor nanowire quantum light sources, Entanglement, Quantum optoelectronic devices, Integrated quantum photonic circuits, Spin physics, Quantum detectors.
Dr. Niti Kant is a Professor at Department of Physics, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India. He received Ph.D. degree in Plasma Physics from IIT Delhi in 2005. His research is focused on the areas of ultra-short intense laser interaction with plasmas and semiconductors, laser-plasma based accelerators, harmonic generations and THz radiation. He has supervised 26 PG and 7 Ph.D. students and published more than 80 research papers in various international SCI journals. He visited several countries e.g. UK, USA, Poland, South Korea, Egypt etc. and presented his research work at various international conferences/workshops. He is also a member of different renowned associations/societies e.g. OSI, PSSI, ISCA, IET, UKRI etc. Dr. Kant has been receiving Research Excellence and Research Appreciation Awards from Lovely Professional University since 2014 consecutively. He was also awarded with Best Researcher Award for 2020 by InSc and Science Father agencies.
Dr. Subhash C. Singh is a scientist at Institute of Optics, University of Rochester and an Associate Professor in GPL Laboratory at Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics (CIOMP). He received his Ph.D. degree in Physics from the University of Allahabad, India in 2009. Before joining the Guo Group, Dr. Singh was an IRCSET-EMPOWER Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Dublin City University, Ireland for two years and a DST-SERB Young Scientist at the University of Allahabad, India for three years. Dr. Singh has more than ten years of research experience in a wide range of fields including lasers, plasma, nanomaterials, spectroscopy, and energy applications. He has published more than 50 articles in high IF refereed journals and conference proceedings. His current research interest includes the development of materials for water sanitation, space and electronic device cooling, solar and thermal energy harvesting, and energy storage. Dr. Singh served as the main editor for Wiley-VCH's book “Nanomaterials; Processing and characterization with lasers” and guest editor for special issues of many journals
Dr. Sib Krishna Ghoshal is currently Associate Professor of Physics at the Faculty of Science, University Technology Malaysia since 2010. From 2004-2010 worked in the Physics Department and Materials Science Program of Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, Africa as Associate Professor in the United Nations Development Program for the expansion of Graduate Studies. He served as senior lecturer and promoted as reader at Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, India during 1998-2006. He received PhD degree in Condensed Matter & Statistical Physics in 1996 from School Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University (Delhi, India). Carried out two post-doctoral researches one in Martin Fisher School of Physics (Brandeis University, USA) during 1999-2000 and the other in a joint research project of Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) & Oxford University (UK) in 1996-1998. Supervised few Master Theses with Nicola Marzari (MIT, USA) and worked with Sir Roger Elliotte (Oxford, UK). He received Master Degree in Physics in 1989 from Premier Presidency University, Calcutta and BSc (Physics Honors) degree in 1986 from Calcutta University.
Besides having a long innings-spanning almost three decades in teaching Physics/Materials Sciences at various levels and advising an appreciable number of doctoral and masters theses, he possesses a remarkable research profile too. He published over 600 research articles (334 in Journals with total impact factor of 660), 15 book chapters, and 7 books. His Google scholar h-index is 38, i10-index is 111 and citations are 4691. So far, he received 55 research grants, supervised 25 PhD, 80 MSc, and 65 undergraduate theses. He is listed as top 2% scientists in physics worldwide in 2020.
His recent research interests are in Advanced Optical Materials, Statistical Condensed Matter Physics, Nanomaterials Syntheses and Applications, Laser Physics, Simulation and Modeling as well as Nanoscience. One of his major concerns other than research pursuits is the social impact of science and technology on environment, marginalized societal groups deprived of higher education, and the imbalances thereupon in the distribution of its fruits and adverse impacts on these stakeholders.
Dr. Pramod KUMAR (M.Phil.& Ph.D.-Laser Tech.),is working as aPrincipal Scientist and team leader at QuantLase Imaging Laboratory, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. Moreover, he has invented the laser-based DPI technology (Diffractive Phase Interferometry) to detect COVID-19 infection. The DPI breakthrough is based on tunable laser technology using blood samples for examining the viral infection. It allows the health authorities to carry out large-scale screening within a few seconds.He has received his M.Sc. (Physics) Degree from C.C.S University, Meerut, India and M. Phil. (Instrumentation Physics) degree from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT-R), Roorkee, India in 2000. He has completed his Ph.D. (Laser Physics) degree from School of Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University(JNU), New Delhi, India in 2009. He has been worked as Assistant Professor in Delhi University, India in 2010 after that he moved to Paris, France and joined LaboratoireCommun de Métrologie (LNE-INM/CNAM), La Plaine Saint Denis (France) as a Post-Doctoral Fellow from 2010-2011. He has worked as Post-doctoral Research Associate (2011-2014) in Femtosecond Laser Laboratory, IISER Mohali, Punjab, India. He has been with the University College Cork and Tyndall National Institute since Jan 2015 to March 2017, where he was the senior Laser research staff. His Research interest is in the field of ultrafast Laser and nonlinear Photonics with covers various fundamental and applicative aspects, in particular the understanding, manipulation, and control of ultrashort pulse. In May 2017, Dr.Kumar joined as a Disordered Photonics Research Fellow, Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter, England, United Kingdom. He was dealing with the problem of Prime Factorization problem with the light. Particularly, Design and development of a suitable optical setup to demonstrate the Shor’s Algorithm experimentally.Optical systems are perhaps the most robust and fastest accessible system capable of dealing Shor’s function. In this work, we have developed an optical platform of proof-of-concept experiment for period finding. We present experimental and numerical observation that demonstrate prime factorization based on Shor’s Algorithm using laser light. Scalability is one of the major strength inherent in this DMD (digital micro mirror device) based technique. Although this classical approach cannot compete with the quantum algorithm in terms of efficient. Quantum entanglement can potentially be used as aimed at speeding up prime factorization for classical computers.
Dr. Yan received hisPh.D. degree in National Astronomical Observatories (NAO)of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2018. From 2015-2018 he was a research assistant in the Center for Operation and Development of LAMOST Telescope. He is currently an Associate Professor of Physics at the College of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering, Harbin Engineering University (HEU). He is the co-founder of the Advanced Photonics Institute (API, http://api.hrbeu.edu.cn) and the team leader of astrophotonicsgroup in API since 2019. In 2021 he joined the HEU Qingdao Innovation and Development Base as the laboratory sponsor of the Ocean Optics Engineering Technology Research Center.His research interests include the design and development of integral spectrograph systems for astronomical instrumentation, fiber-optic instrumentation, hyperspectral imaging, fiber interferometry, in-fiber integral optics, and image processing. His team has completed the project of developing a pair of large-field integral field units (IFUs) which has the highest fibernumber densitywith 8064 fibers (4032 fibers in each IFU head). The IFUs will be shifted to Yunnan Astronomical Observatories, CAS in this summer to be equipped on the Fiber Arrayed Solar Optical Telescope (FASOT). The FASOT can first achieve three dimensional polarized Solar optical observation using the hyperspectral imaging technology with IFUs. Now his team is investigating a new scrambling method using in-fiber integral technology to realize high scrambling gain with high coupling efficiency for stellar interferometry. And he is also engaged in the research of application of three dimensional hyperspectral imaging technology in ocean optics.
Lijun Yang received the Ph.D degree in mechanical engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, China in 2007. Now he is currently a full professor in Key Laboratory of Micro-systems and Micro-structures Manufacturing, Ministry of Education. His research interests are ultrafast laser micro-nano manufacturing, laser composite manufacturing and development of optical and mechanical integration equipment. He is the fellow of Chinese Society of Micro-Nano Technology, Chinese Society for Optical Engineering and Chinese Society of Astronautics.
Over the past years, Prof. Yang has presided over the National Natural Science Foundation Project of China, the National High-tech R & D Program. National Key R & D Program of China and National Science and Technology Major Project. He has won the first prize of National Defense Science and Technology Progress Award. He also won the the second prize of Science and Technology Advance and Natural Science in Heilongjiang Province in 2014, 2015 and 2017 He has been authorized over 20 patents of invention of China and published more than 100 academic papers.
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