FACULTY

FACULTY

Hu Liang
Tenure-Track assistant Professor
State Key Lab of Advanced Optical Communication Systems and Networks
School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering (SEIEE)
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
800 Dongchuan Rd.
Shanghai 200240, China
Tel: 021-64932752
Email: liang.hu@sjtu.edu.cn

 
Biography
Liang Hu, Ph.D,  is an assistant professor in Shanghai Jiao tong University. He was attended three European Union and Italian research programs as a major researcher during his doctoral period. He was engaged in the EU research program: Future Atomic Clock Technology as a Marie-Curie Early-stage Researcher. His research interests include optical atomic clock, atomic interferometers, ultra-stable continuous lasers and high-precision time-frequency transfer. After receiving his doctorate, he joined the state key laboratory of advanced optical communication systems and networks in Shanghai Jiao tong University. He has published over 10 papers on top journals and conferences, including one paper on Phys. Rev. Lett. as the first author. He also holds 9 Chinses and American patents, including 2 as the first accomplisher.
 
Talent programs and rewards
        • “Marie-Curie Early stage Researcher” (2014)


Research fields
  • Time-frequency transfer
  • Atomic clock and atomic interferometers
 
Education
  • 2014/10–2018/03,University of Florence, Department of physics, Ph.D
  • 2011/09–2014/03,Shanghai Jiaotong University, Department of Electronic Engineering, Master
  • 2007/09–2011/07,Hangzhou Electronic Science and Technology University,Electronic Engineering, Bachelor
 
Working Experience
  • 2019/03–today,Shanghai Jiaotong University,the department of Electronic Engineering in the school of Electronic Information and Electric Engineering, the state key laboratory of advanced optical communication systems and network, assistant professor
  • 2017/07–2018/07,University of Florence,department of physics,post doctor
  • 2014/10–2017/07,Kayser Italia,assistant research fellow
 
Courses taught 
  • Optoelectronic Devices
  • Semiconductor Physics and Devices
Research projects
  • National Natural Science Foundation of China (Youth fund), Silicon programmable microwave photonic signal processors based on SCOW resonator structures(61705129, 2018/01-2020/12)
  • Autonomous Project of State Key Lab, Silicon 66 programmable multi-functional photonic signal processing chip based on MZIs(GKZD030041,2017.06-2018.06)
  • Shanghai Municipal Science and Technology Major Project, Research on large-scale integrated optical switch chips(GKZD030045,2019.01-2020.12)
  • Autonomous Project of State Key Lab, Research on silicon 2D microwave photonic beamforming chips(GKZD030045,2019.01-2020.12)
 
Selected Publications
[1]   Liang Hu, Nicola Poli, Leonardo Salvi, and Guglielmo M. Tino, “Atom interferometry with the Sr optical clock transition,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 119, 263601(2017) (Editors’ Suggestion) 
[2]   Ruben P. del Aguila, Tommaso Mazzoni, Liang Hu, Leonardo Salvi, Guglielmo M. Tino, and  Nicola Poli, “Bragg gravity-gradiometer using the 1S0-3P1 intercombination transition of 88Sr,” New J. Phys. 20, 043002(2017)
[3]   Hao Zhang, Guiling Wu, Liang Hu, Xinwan Li, and Jianping Chen, “High-precision time transfer over 2000-km fiber link,” IEEE Photon. J, 7,1(2015)
[4]   Guiling Wu, Liang Hu, Hao Zhang, and Jianping Chen, “High-precision two-way optic-fiber time transfer using an improved time code,” Rev. Sci. Instrum. 85, 114701 (2014)
[5]  Jianguo Shen, Guiling Wu, Liang Hu, Weiwen Zou and Jianping Chen, “Active phase drift cancellation for optic-fiber frequency transfer using a photonic radio-frequency phase shifter,” Optics Lett., 39, 2346(2014)
[6]  Liang Hu, Guiling Wu, Hao Zhang, and Jianping Chen. "A 300-kilometer optical fiber time transfer using bidirectional TDM dissemination." In Proc. 46th ION PTTI Meeting, pp. 41-44(2014)