General
 Xiulai Xu 

Email: xlxu@aphy.iphy.ac.cn 

Telephone: 82649820 

Address: Institute of Physics P.O.Box 603 Beijing, China 
Postcode: 100190

Research Areas

My current research is focused on optoelectronic properties of semiductor quantum systems for quantum information processing and spintronics. Specifically, high efficient single-photon sources and single-photon detectors; initializing, coherent manipulating, detecting and scaling up the quantum bits based on the charge, exciton and spin in a single quantum systems; ultrafast spin dynamics and low temperature transport in semiconductor nanostructures; strong coupling between quantum dots and photonic crystal cavity or surface plasmon for quantum photonic network;

Education

10/2001 – 12/2004 PhD, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge (Clare College)

01/2000 – 10/2001 Research Diploma, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

09/1996 – 12/1999 MSc, Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

09/1992 – 07/1996 BSc, Department of Electronic Engineering, Jilin University, China

Experience

   
Work Experience
08/2014-Now      Professor, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
08/2011 – 07/2014 Associate Professor, Member of the ‘Hundred Talent Program’. Chinese Academy of Science.
04/2010 – 07/2011 Senior Research Scientist, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, Hitachi Europe Ltd.
09/2009 – 07/2011 Research Fellow, Clare Hall, Unversity of Cambridge.
10/2007 – 03/2010 Research Scientist (Permanent), Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, Hitachi Europe Ltd.
01/2005 – 09/2007 Post-doctoral Researcher, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, Hitachi Europe Ltd.

Publications

   
Papers
BOOK CHAPTER
Xiulai Xu, Aleksey Andreev and David A Williams, ‘Quantum Coupling in Quantum Dot Molecules’, in Self-Assembled Quantum Dots. Springer, Chapter 8, (2008)

Selected Papers:
1, Jing Tang, Weidong Geng* & Xiulai Xu*, Quantum Interference Induced Photon Blockade in a Coupled Single Quantum Dot-Cavity System, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 5, 09252, (2015);
2, Shuo Cao, Jing Tang, Yunan Gao, Yue Sun, Kangsheng Qiu, Yanhui Zhao, Min He, Jin-An Shi, Lin Gu, David A. Williams, Weidong Sheng, Kuijuan Jin* & Xiulai Xu*, Longitudinal wave function control in single quantum dots with an applied magnetic field, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 5, 08041, (2015);
3, Jing Tang, Shuo Cao, Yunan Gao, Yue Sun, Weidong Geng*, David A. Williams, Kuijuan Jin and Xiulai Xu*, Charge state control in single InAs/GaAs quantum dots by external electric and magnetic fields, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 105, 041109 (2014);
4, Xiulai Xu*, Hugh Baker, and David A. Williams, Highly sensitive, photon number resolved detection mediated by phonons using δ-doped GaAs, NANO LETTERS. 10, 1364 (2010);
5, Xiulai Xu*, Ian Toft, Richard T. Phillips, Jonathan Mar, Kiyotaka Hammura and David A. Williams, ‘Plug and play’ single-photon sources, APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 90, 061103 (2007).


Patents
1. Xiulai Xu and David A Williams, Photodetector relying on phonon detection, EP2224497 (2010)
2. Xiulai Xu and David A Williams, Single-photon source, EP2202550 (2010)