SUN Yunxu
Address:
402, C Building, HIT Campus ( 518055)
Email:
sunyunxu@hit.edu.cn
Phone:
8675-26033001
PERSONAL PROFILE
 
RESEARCH INTEREST
 
nonlinear optics, Quantum optics,
Special optical fiber,
Si photonics
EDUCATION  
2000-2006
Ph.D.
Department of Pysics,
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
1995-2000
B.S.
Department of Applied Pysics,
Beijing University of Technology
RESEARCH & WORK EXPERIENCE  
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION & ACADEMIC SERVICE
 
2006
member of IEEE
RESEARCH PROJECTS
RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT & AWARDS
2008
The Japanese society of Microscopy Award for the scientific Paper in 2008
PATENT
   
PAPER & BOOK PUBLICATIONS
List of Publications (last 5 years)
1. Yu, X.L., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun, J.J. Tian and C. Liu, The influence of the sampling dots on the analysis of the wave front aberration by using the covariance matrix method. Optik, 2012. 123(9): p. 792-795.
2. Cong, S., Y.X. Sun, Y.X. Zhao and L.F. Pan, Demodulation of a Fiber Bragg Grating Strain Sensor by a Multi-wavelength Fiber Laser, in Third International Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology in Engineering, J. Leng, et al., Editors. 2012.
3. Yu, X.L., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun and J.J. Tian, Stability of Zernike coefficients solved by the covariance matrix method in the analysis of the wave front aberration. Optik, 2011. 122(19): p. 1701-1706.
4. Yu, X.L., Y.X. Sun, Y. Yao, J.J. Tian and S. Cong, Quantum-behaved particle swarm optimization for the synthesis of fibre Bragg gratings filter, in Passive Components and Fiber-Based Devices Viii, B.P. Pal, Editor. 2011.
5. Cong, S., Y.X. Sun, L.F. Pan, Y.T. Fang, J.J. Tian, Y.F. Yang, and Y. Yong, Demodulation of a Fiber Bragg Grating Sensor System Based on a Linear Cavity Multi-wavelength Fiber Laser, in Optical Sensors and Biophotonics Iii, J. Popp, et al., Editors. 2011.
6. Zhao, X.H., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun, X.C. Xu, J.J. Tian and C. Liu, Condition of Keeping Polarization Property Unchanged in the Circle Polarization Shift Keying System. Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 2010. 2(8): p. 570-575.
7. Yu, X.L., Y. Yao, W.J. Shi, Y.X. Sun and D.Y. Chen, Study on an automatic processing technique of the circle interference fringe for fine interferometry. Optik, 2010. 121(9): p. 826-830.
8. Xiao, J.J., H.H. Zheng, Y.X. Sun and Y. Yao, Bipolar optical forces on dielectric and metallic nanoparticles by evanescent wave. Optics Letters, 2010. 35(7): p. 962-964.
9. Xiao, J.J., H.H. Zheng, Y.X. Sun and Y. Yao, Bipolar optical forces on dielectric and metallic nanoparticles by evanescent wave (vol 35, pg 962, 2010). Optics Letters, 2010. 35(11): p. 1853-1853.
10. Tian, J.J., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun, X.C. Xu, X.H. Zhao and D.Y. Chen, Flat broadband erbium-doped fiber ASE source based on symmetric nonlinear optical loop mirror. Laser Physics, 2010. 20(8): p. 1760-1766.
11. Liu, C., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun and X.H. Zhao, Analysis of average capacity for free-space optical links with pointing errors over gamma-gamma turbulence channels. Chinese Optics Letters, 2010. 8(6): p. 537-540.
12. Liu, C., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun, J.J. Xiao and X.H. Zhao, Average capacity optimization in free-space optical communication system over atmospheric turbulence channels with pointing errors. Optics Letters, 2010. 35(19): p. 3171-3173.
13. Zhao, X.H., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun and C. Liu, Circle Polarization Shift Keying With Direct Detection for Free-Space Optical Communication. Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 2009. 1(4): p. 307-312.
14. Zhao, X.H., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun and C. Liu, Condition for Gaussian Schell-model beam to maintain the state of polarization on the propagation in free space. Optics Express, 2009. 17(20): p. 17888-17894.
15. Tian, J.J., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun, X.L. Yu and D.Y. Chen, Multiwavelength Erbium-doped fiber laser employing nonlinear polarization rotation in a symmetric nonlinear optical loop mirror. Optics Express, 2009. 17(17): p. 15160-15166.
16. Liu, C., Y.X. Sun, Y. Yao, X.H. Zhao and Ieee, Analysis of Direct Detection and Coherent Detection in Wireless Optical Communication with Polarization Shift Keying. 2009 Lasers & Electro-Optics & the Pacific Rim Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, Vols 1 and 2. 2009. 957-958.
17. Tian, J.J., Y. Yao, Y.X. Sun, W.J. Shi, X.H. Zhao and X.L. Yu, Research of the light reflex surface defects detection technology - art. no. 683418, in Optical Design and Testing Iii, Pts 1 and 2, Y. Wang, et al., Editors. 2008. p. 83418-83418.
CONFERENCE PAPERS/TALKS
 
Photonics Global conference 2012, Inivited Talk:Intra-cavity Multi-FBG Sensing system Based on Fiber Laser
TEACHING/SUPERVISING EXPERIENCE
Nonlinear optics
This course is designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate students having some previous exposure to the field of optics and quantum mechanics, and wishing to become knowledgeable in the basic principles that govern the operation of ultrafast lasers and the light-matter interaction effects collectively known as nonlinear optics, which is presented by classical theory, semi-classical theory and quantum theory.
The text develops the basic principles that underlie nonlinear optical phenomena in matter, in an approach oriented to the general reader or student with a background in classical electromagnetic theory. It begins with a discussion of linear wave propagation in dispersive media, moves into weak nonlinearities which can be discussed in a pertuberative manner, then examines strong nonlinear effects (solitons, chaos). The emphasis is on the macroscopic description on nonlinear phenomena, within a semi-classical framework.
Textbook & Refrences:
1 . The Principles of Nonlinear Optics, Y. R. Shen, Wiley, 1984(非线性光学原理,科学出版社,1997)
2. Nonlinear Optics, Robert W. Boyd, Academic, 2003
3. Handbook of Nonlinear Optics, Richard Sutherland, Marcel, 2003
4. Nonlinear Optics in Telecommunications, Thomas Schneider, Springer, 2004
5. 非线性光学, 石顺祥陈国夫赵卫刘继芳,西安电子科大出版社
Updated:2018-11