Curriculum Vitae

Current Position:

Professor Dr. Xiaoguang Wang
Zhejiang Institute of Modern Physics

Department of Physics

Zhejiang University (YuQuan)

HangZhou 310027

P. R. China

Tel:   0086-571-87952806(o);

Fax:  0086-571-87953689(f)


Education and work:


Research Fellow in Quantum Optics and Quantum Informatics Group, Department of Physics
Macquarie University, Sydney, New South Wales 2109, Australia

Supervisor: Prof. Barry C Sanders

Research projects: Quantum entanglement, spin squeezing, and quantum chaos.

Visiting Schloar in Center for Nonlinear Studies, HongKong Baptist University, HongKong, China.
Supervisor: Prof. Bambi Hu
Research Projects: Process of entanglement in nonlinear quantum systems.

Postdoc in Institute for Scientific Interchange (ISI) Foundation, Italy
Supervisor: Dr. Paolo Zanardi and Prof. Mario Rasetti
Research projects: Entangled fermions, operator entanglement and quantum algorithm.


Research assistant professor in Institute of Physics and Astronomy , University of Aarhus, Denmark

Supervisor: Professor Klaus Molmer

Research projects: Multiparticle entanglement, quantum computation and spin squeezing


Visiting scholar in Technische Universitaet Chemnitz, Germany

Collaborator: Dr. Uwe Grimm and Prof. Michael Schreiber 

Research projects: Trace map and antitrace map method, one-dimentional quasicrystal.


Postdoctor in Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Supervisor: Professor Shao-Hua Pan and Professor Guo-Zhen Yang.

Research projects: Ising  films and superlattices and quantum optics.


Ph.D candidate in the Lab of Excited State Physics, Changchun Institute of Physics

(Now Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics),Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Supervisor: Professor Rong-Jin Yu

Dissertation: Quantum optical states and their interaction with two-level atoms.


Lecturer in Department of Computer Engineering, Changchun University, China

The teaching courses: Assembling language, C language , and Numerical  calculation methods et al.

Research projects: quantum computer and quantum communication.


Master's degree candidate in the Department of Physics, Northeast Normal University, China

Supervisor: Professor Chang-Pu Sun

Dissertation: The interaction of a two-level atom with quantized large period standing light wave.


Bachelor's degree candidate in the Department of Physics, Jinlin Normal College, China


Excellent Prize of the President Scholarship, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1998.