Yao-Lung L. Fang, Entered 2011/12  

Yao-Lung L. Fang

Office Location: 289 Physics
Email Address: leofang@phy.duke.edu

Theoretical condensed matter physics
Atomic, molecular, and optical physics

BS, National Taiwan University (NTU), 2009

Current projects: Waveguide QED

Research Description: Quantum optics; AMO physics; condensed matter physics

Areas of Interest:
Quantum optics
AMO physics
Condensed matter physics

Recent Publications   (search)

  1. Yao-Lung L. Fang, Huaixiu Zheng, Harold U. Baranger, One-Dimensional Waveguide Coupled to Multiple Qubits: Photon-Photon Correlations, EPJ Quantum Technology, vol. 1 (January, 2014), pp. 3, Springer [3], [doi] .

Curriculum Vitae

I am currently a third year Ph.D. student in physics at Duke University. I received my B.S. degree in physics from National Taiwan University (NTU) in 2009. I am interested in condensed matter and atomic-molecular-optical (AMO) theory. Currently I am working in collaboration with Professor Harold Baranger and Dr. Huaixiu Zheng on the "waveguide QED" system in which many (artificial) atoms are coupled to a 1D waveguide. We consider the photon correlations by injecting one or many photons, either on or off resonance, into the waveguide and explore the non-classical nature of light. Our previous project studied the collective behavior of trapped Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) and its interaction with classical light fields, which is also an interdisciplinary study between condensed matter and AMO physics.