and of practical importance in quantum information sciences. The mastery of quantum coherence and entanglement control is the key to the success of quantum design and engineering.
In this talk I will present highlights of our recent work on several key issues in stochastic dynamics of non-Markovian quantum systems including many-body atomic dynamics and quantum control.
Associate Professor, Physics Department, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China & Research Associate, Physics Department, Stevens institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA
In 2007, I got my PhD degree in Theoretical Physics from Shanghai Jiaotong University (Supervisor: Prof. Hongru Ma). From 2010 to 2012, I was working as a postdoctoral researcher at
Stevens Institute of Technology, N.J., USA (Supervisor: Prof. Ting Yu).
My previous research works involve with Non-Markovian quantum open systems and quantum trajectory, Quantum entanglement and coherence dynamics of AMO systems, Quantum control and quantum state transfer Monte-Carlo simulations in condensed matter physics and statistical physics.