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Xiyuan Lu

Xiyuan Lu is a PML/UMD Postdoctoral Researcher in the Microsystems and Nanotechonology Division. He received a B.S. in Physics from Nanjing University, China and a Ph.D. in Physics from University of Rochester. His doctoral research focused on developing and characterizing entangled photon sources and heralded single photon sources in high-quality silicon microresonators, and on fabricating silicon carbide micro/nanophotonic devices for optomechanical and nonlinear optical applications. He is now working with Kartik Srinivasan in developing chip-scale nonlinear photonic devices such as microcavity frequency combs, and in optimizingsignal transduction in integrated electro-optomechanical systems.

Selected Publications

  • High-frequency and high-quality silicon carbide optomechanical microresonators, X. Lu, J. Y. Lee, and Q. Lin, Scientific Reports 5, 17005 (2015).
  • Silicon-chip source of bright photon pairs, W. C. Jiang, X. Lu, J. Zhang, O. Painter, and Q. Lin, Optics Express 23, 20884-20904 (2015).
  • Selective engineering of cavity resonance for frequency matching in optical parametric processes, X. Lu, S. Rogers, W. C. Jiang, and Q. Lin, Applied Physics Letters 105, 151104 (2014).

Publications

Tunable quantum beat of single photons enabled by nonlinear nanophotonics

Author(s)
Qing Li, Anshuman Singh, Xiyuan Lu, John R. Lawall, Varun B. Verma, Richard P. Mirin, Sae Woo Nam, Kartik A. Srinivasan
Integrated photonics is a promising approach for scalable implementation of diverse quantum resources at the chip-scale. Here, we demonstrate the integration of

Kerr Microresonator Soliton Frequency Combs at Cryogenic Temperatures

Author(s)
Gregory T. Moille, Xiyuan Lu, Ashutosh S. Rao, Qing Li, Daron A. Westly, Leonardo Ranzani, Scott B. Papp, Mohammad Soltani, Kartik A. Srinivasan
We present measurements of silicon nitride nonlinear microresonators and frequency comb generation at cryogenic temperatures as low as 7 K. A resulting two
Created September 28, 2019, Updated April 24, 2020