Shibiao Wei, Ph.D, Research Fellow
Dr. Wei completed the Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Optical Engineering at Nankai University (China) in 2009 and 2012. In 2015, he was awarded the degree of PhD at Institute of modern optics, Nankai University for his thesis entitled “Plasmonic field modulation and its application in the super-resolution imaging”.
He was a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Shenzhen University(China), RMIT University (Australia). His recent work on surface plasmon polaritons has led to a new dimension of the dynamic manipulation of surface waves for the next generation of photonic circuits. He has published widely in prestigious journals, such as Science Advances, Optics Letters, and Applied physics letters. Shibiao’s current research interests lie in ultra-thin dynamic graphene oxide device design and its applications.
Zhixing Gan, Ph.D., Research Fellow
Zhixing Gan received his Ph.D. degree from Nanjing University, China, in 2015.
His primary research interests focus on optoelectronic properties and applications of low dimensional semiconductors and novel nanomaterials.
Shirong Lin, Ph.D. Candidate
Shirong Lin is a PhD Candidate in Center for Quantum Technology Research, Beijing Institute of Technology, China since 2013. In 2017, he was awarded the Chinese Government Scholarship by China Scholarship Council, and came to the Centre for Micro-Photonics, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia as a joint PhD student.
Shirong’s current research mainly focuses on the light-matter interaction. In particular, light interact with the anisotropic meida, magnetoelectric media, and nonlinear media. He also investigates the complex light, i.e., light with interesting properties of the intensity, phase and polarization, and using the complex light to theoretically and experimentally study the opto-magnetic effect and opto-mechanical effect and their applications.
Qingmei Hu, Ph.D. Candidate