WEI Rong, Ph.D.

Update time: 2019-05-09

Phone: 86-21-69918359
Email: weirong@siom.ac.cn

Research Focus
Quantum physics, especially on the quantum phenomena based on laser interaction with atoms and molecules, such as quantum states and matter wave interference, quantum entanglement, superfluid, and synthetic gauge field. The main areas are the followings.
[1] Physics of ultracold atoms and molecules;
[2] Sensitive quantum measurement and sensing;
[3] Non-Hermitian quantum physics.
[1] BS of Applied Physics, Northeast University in 1998;
[2] PhD of Optics from Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics in 2003.
Academic Experience:
[1] 2011.08 to the present, researcher of Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics, SIOM, CAS;
[2] 2005.08- 2011.07, Associate Researcher of Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics, SIOM, CAS;
[3] 2003.11- 2005.08, Assistant Researcher of Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics, SIOM, CAS.
Honors & Achievements
[1] Rub
idium 87 fountain clock has run continuously, with short-term stability of 2.E-τ-1/2, long-term stability of 8E-16@50 000s, and uncertainty of 1.8E-15;
[2] A rubidium 85 fountain clock has been build up, physical and microwave experiments has finished, with atomic number of 106, atomic temperature of 4μK, and Ramsey linewidth of 1Hz;
[3] Series experiments of magnetic field measurements, including the method of magnetic field measurement by the weak magnetic-sensitive Zeeman splitting, the method for measuring the magnetic field vector by probing the line strength of stimulated Raman transitions, and a dynamical compensation method to smooth the spatial fluctuation of the magnetic field in the fountain clock;
[4] Researches on noise of atomic clock, A real-time noise distinguish operation of atomic clocks improves the statistical uncertainty by about an order of magnitude of our fountain clock which is deteriorated previously by extra noises.
Yuanbo Du (杜远博), Rong Wei (魏荣), Richang Dong, Fan Zou (邹凡), Jinda Lin (林锦达), Wenli Wang (王文丽) , and Yuzhu Wang (王育竹), “Residual frequency drift in an atomic fountain clock”, Chinese Optics Letters, 13(9), 091201(2015);
[2] Yuanbo Du, Rong Wei, Richang Dong, Fan Zou, Yuzhu Wang, “Recent improvements on the atomic fountain clock at SIOM” Chinese Physics B. 24(7) 070601(2015);
[3] Richang Dong, Rong Wei, Yuanbo Du, Fan Zou, Jinda Lin, and Yuzhu Wang, “Magnetic field measurement by weak magnetic-sensitive Zeeman splitting” Apply Physics Letters, 2015,106(15), 152402;
[4] Wenli Wang, Richang Dong, Rong Wei, Jinda Lin, Fan Zou, Tingting Chen, and Yuzhu Wang, “Measuring magnetic field vector by stimulated Raman transitions”, Apply Physics Letters, 108, 122401 (2016);
[5] Fan Zou (邹凡), Rong Wei (魏荣), Richang Dong (董日昌), Tingting Chen (陈婷婷), Wenli Wang (王文丽), and Yuzhu Wang (王育竹), “Closely interleaved self-comparison method applied to precise measurement”, Chinese Optics Letters, 14(8), 081201(2016);
[6] Richang Dong (董日昌), Jinda Lin (林锦达), Rong Wei (魏荣),Wenli Wang (王文丽), Fan Zou (邹凡), Yuanbo Du (杜远博),Tingting Chen (陈婷婷), and Yuzhu Wang (王育竹), “Decreasing the uncertainty of atomic clocks via real-time noise distinguish”, Chinese Optics Letters, 15(5), 050201(2017);
[7] Wenli Wang, Richang Dong, Rong Wei, Tingting Chen, Qian Wang, and Yuzhu Wang, “Compressing the fluctuation of the magnetic field by dynamic compensation”, Review of Scientific Instruments 89, 033110 (2018).