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Xin-Qi Li  professor of physics

Office: Room 143, Building 32

Email: xinqi.li@tju.edu.cn

Research Areas: Condensed matter physics, quantum transport, quantum physics and quantum information

Address: Yaguan Road 135, Jinnan District, 300350 Tianjin, P. R. China

Biographical Profile

    Educational Background

  • 1984-1989, B.Sc., Phys Dept, East China Normal University

  • 1989-1992, Master, Phys Dept, Fudan University

  • 1992-1995, Ph.D., Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Professional Career

  • 1995.11-1996.11, Postdoc, Phys Dept, Antewerp University, Belgium

  • 1997.1-1999.7, Postdoc, Institute of Industrial Science, Tokyo University, Japan

  • 1999.7-2001.7, Postdoc, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

  • 2001.8-2008.7, Professor, Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences

  • 2008.8-2017.7, Professor, Phys Dept, Beijing Normal University, China

  • 2017.8-Present, Professor, Center for Joint Quantum Studies and Phys Dept, Tianjin University

Fields of Interest

  • Condensed matter physics, quantum transport

  • Quantum physics and quantum information

Selected Publications

    Journal Articles

[1] Cheng Zhang, Kai Zhou, Wei Feng, and Xin-Qi Li: “Estimation of parameters in circuit QED by continuous quantum measurement”, Phys. Rev. A 99, 022114 (2019).

[2] Wei Feng, Cheng Zhang, Zhong Wang, Lupei Qin, and Xin-Qi Li: “Gradual partial-collapse theory for ideal nondemolition measurements of qubits in circuit QED”, Phys. Rev. A 98, 022121 (2018).

[3] Lupei Qin, Luting Xu, Wei Feng, and Xin-Qi Li: “Qubit state tomography in superconducting circuit via weak measurements”, New J. Phys. 19, 033036 (2017).

[4] Wei Feng, Pengfei Liang, Lupei Qin, and Xin-Qi Li: “Exact quantum Bayesian rule for qubit measurements in circuit QED”, Scientific Reports 6, 20492 (2016). 

[5] Lupei Qin, Pengfei Liang, and Xin-Qi Li: “Weak values in continuous weak measurement of qubits”, Phys. Rev. A 92, 012119 (2015). 

[6] Peiyue Wang, Lupei Qin, and Xin-Qi Li: “Quantum Bayesian rule for weak measurements of qubits in superconducting circuit QED”, New J. Phys. 16, 123047 (2014).  

[7] Yunshan Cao, Peiyue Wang, Gang Xiong, Ming Gong, and Xin-Qi Li: “Probing the existence and dynamics of Majorana fermion via transport through a quantum dot”, Phys. Rev. B 86, 115311 (2012).

[8] HuJun Jiao, Feng Li, Shi-Kuan Wang, and Xin-Qi Li: “Weak Measurement of Qubit Oscillations with Strong Response Detectors: Violation of the Fundamental Bound Imposed on Linear Detectors”, Phys. Rev. B 79, 075320 (2009).  

[9] Xin-Qi Li, Ping Cui and YiJing Yan: “Spontaneous Relaxation of a Charge Qubit under Electrical Measurement”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 066803 (2005).  

[10] Xin-Qi Li, Wen-Kai Zhang, Ping Cui, Jiushu Shao, Zhongshui Ma, and YiJing Yan: “Quantum measurement of a solid-state qubit: A unified quantum master equation approach”, Phys. Rev. B 69, 085315 (2004) 

[11] LiXiang Cen, Xin-Qi Li, YiJing Yan, HouZhi Zheng, and ShunJin Wang: Evaluation of holonomic quantum computation: adiabatic versus nonadiabatic, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 147902 (2003).

[12] Xin-Qi Li and YiJing Yan: Quantum computation with coupled quantum dots embedded in optical microcavities, Phys. Rev. B 65, 205301(2002).  

[13] Xin-Qi Li and Yijing Yan: Electrical transport through individual DNA molecules, Appl. Phys. Lett. 79, 2190 (2001)  

[14] Xin-Qi Li and Yijing Yan: Scattering matrix approach to electronic dephasing in long-range electron transfer phenomena, J. Chem. Phys. 115, 4169 (2001). 

[15] Xin-Qi Li and Y. Arakawa: Optical linewidths in an individual quantum dot, Phys. Rev. B 60, 1915 (1999).  

[16] Xin-Qi Li, Hajime Nakayama and Y. Arakawa: Phonon bottleneck in quantum dots: Role of finite lifetime of the confined optical phonons, Phys. Rev. B 59, 5069 (1999).

[17] Xin-Qi Li and Yasuhiko Arakawa: Ultrafast Energy Relaxation in Quantum Dots through Defect States: A Lattice Relaxation Approach , Phys. Rev. B 56, 10423 (1997). 

[18] F. M. Peeters and X. Q. Li: Hall Magnetometer in the Ballistic Regime, Appl. Phys. Lett. 72, 572  (1998).


天津大学理学院 量子交叉研究中心   地址:天津津南区 雅观路135号 天津大学北洋园校区32楼146 
Center for Joint Quantum Studies, School of Science, Tianjin University     Address : Yaguan Road 135, Jinnan District, 300350 Tianjin, P. R. China