Optical Quantum Computing integrated chip

The May 2018 issue of Science Advances, a subjournal of 《Science》, published that Proffessor Jin XianMin's Team has prepared the world's largest 3D integrated optical quantum chip using femtosecond laser direct writing technology and demonstrated the first 2D random walk quantum computation on this optical quantum chip.


Enabling fast arrival quantum acceleration

In October 2018, 《Nature Photonics》 (Impact Factor: 37.85) published the latest research results of Proffessor Jin XianMin's Team under the title "Experimental quantum fast hitting on hexagonal graphs".…


Quantum Interfaces and quantum memory

In July 2018 the Nature collaboration journal 《npj Quantum Information》 (impact factor 9.2) reported direct observations of broadband non-classical states in alkali metal cesium atomic vapour at room temperature, verifying for the first time that the light-atom interference interface embedded in a broadband quantum light source can operate in a room temperature environment,


The first photonic orbital angular momentum waveguide chip

Photon orbital angular momentum (OAM) is considered to be a new unexplored degree of freedom of light with almost infinite dimensional resources, which holds great promise for applications in areas such as high-capacity optical communications, quantum communications and quantum computing. However, the generation, transmission and manipulation of the angular momentum of photon orbits has been achieved by macroscopic optical means, and the degree of freedo


Discovery of a cosmically induced photon thermalization band gap

On 8 January 2019, the leading international physics journal 《Physical Review Letters》 published the latest research results of Proffessor Jin XianMin's Team under the title "Parity-Induced Thermalization Gap in Disordered Ring Lattices". The discovery of a cosmically induced photonic thermalization gap (PIT Gap) in ring lattices is the first time that a two-dimensional ring lattice has been discovered. This is the first time that cosymmetry-induced chiral symmetry immune to disorder has been found in a two-dimensional toroidal lattice structure


First application of machine learning techniques to solve quantum information puzzles

An important breakthrough at the intersection of artificial intelligence and quantum information technology has been published in Physical Review Letters, an international journal of physics, under the title "Experimental Machine Learning of Quantum States" by Proffessor Jin XianMin's Team. In collaboration with Professor Weng Wenkang of the Southern University of Science and Technology


Large-scale quantum correlation measurements

This work develops a technique called Correlation on spatially-mapped photon-level image (COSPLI) based on single-photon imaging, which enables the first large-scale quantum correlation measurement and breaks the detection bottleneck of optical quantum computers


Direct observation of topology by single photon dynamics

"On 16 May 2019, 《Physical Review Letters》, a leading international journal in physics, published the latest research results of Jin Xianmin's team in collaboration with Prof. Jia Locktang and Prof.


Topological protection by two-photon quantum correlation

On July 25, 2019, 《Optica》, the leading international journal on optics, published the latest research of Hyun-Min Kim's team under the title "Topological Protection of Two-photon Quantum Correlation on a Photonic Chip". The latest research results show that the topological protection of two-photon quantum correlation by a topological boundary state is demonstrated.


Quantum topological boundary states in quasicrystals

On October 15, 2019, the international academic journal 《Advanced Materials》 (impact factor 25.8) in the field of materials and devices published online under the title "Quantum Topological Boundary States in Quasi-Crystals The paper, titled "Quantum Topological Boundary States in Quasi-Crystals",