Yiliang Bao is a Guest Researcher in the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division, Physical Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology. She received her Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Florida. Her doctoral research focused on the measurement of the Casimir force on a surface with nanoscale structures using MEMS torsional oscillator. She is now working with Jason J. Gorman on optomechanical sensing, including optomechanical accelerometers and silicon nitride resonators for quantum optomechanics.
Concave silicon micromirrors for stable hemispherical optical microcavities, Y Bao, F Zhou, TW LeBrun, JJ Gorman, Optics express 25 (13), 15493-15503, 2017
Germanium pn junctions by laser doping for photonics/microelectronic devices, Y Bao, K Sun, N Dhar, MC Gupta, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 26 (14), 1422-1425, 2014
Casimir forces on a silicon micromechanical chip, Jianping Zou, Zsolt Marcet, Alejandro W Rodriguez, Michael T Homer Reid, Alexander P Mccauley, Ivan I Kravchenko, T Lu, Y Bao, Steven G Johnson, Ho Bun Chan, Nature communications 4 (1), 1-6, 2013
Casimir force on a surface with shallow nanoscale corrugations: Geometry and finite conductivity effects, Y Bao, R Guérout, J Lussange, A Lambrecht, RA Cirelli, F Klemens, WM Mansfield, CS Pai, HB Chan, Physical review letters 105 (25), 250402, 2010
Measurement of the Casimir force between a gold sphere and a silicon surface with nanoscale trench arrays, HB Chan, Y Bao, J Zou, RA Cirelli, F Klemens, WM Mansfield, CS Pai, Physical review letters 101 (3), 030401, 2008