Jing Zhang


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Jing

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Zhang

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  • 2018-11 Optically levitated nanosphere with high trapping frequency in SCIENCE CHINA PHYSICS, MECHANICS & ASTRONOMY
  • 2018-07 Electric-field control of magnetism in a few-layered van der Waals ferromagnetic semiconductor in NATURE NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2016-06 Experimental realization of two-dimensional synthetic spin–orbit coupling in ultracold Fermi gases in NATURE PHYSICS
  • 2015-10 Experimental study of balanced optical homodyne and heterodyne detection by controlling sideband modulation in SCIENCE CHINA PHYSICS, MECHANICS & ASTRONOMY
  • 2014-10 Spin-orbit coupling in Bose-Einstein condensate and degenerate Fermi gases in FRONTIERS OF PHYSICS
  • 2014-07 Mode splitting of a cavity with a high-density birefringence rubidium vapor in the superstrong coupling regime in SCIENCE CHINA PHYSICS, MECHANICS & ASTRONOMY
  • 2014-05 Experimental measurement of covariance matrix of two-mode entangled state in SCIENCE CHINA PHYSICS, MECHANICS & ASTRONOMY
  • 2014-02 Production of Feshbach molecules induced by spin–orbit coupling in Fermi gases in NATURE PHYSICS
  • 2006-12 Continuous variable quantum communication with bright entangled optical beams in FRONTIERS OF PHYSICS IN CHINA
  • 2006-06 Characterizing optical dipole trap via fluorescence of trapped cesium atoms in SCIENTIA SINICA PHYSICA MECHANICA & ASTRONOMICA
  • 2003 Experimental Demonstration of Quantum Dense Coding and Quantum Cryptography with Continuous Variables in QUANTUM INFORMATION WITH CONTINUOUS VARIABLES
  • 2000 Single-Mode Self-Homodyne Tomography with Empty Cavity in FRONTIERS OF LASER PHYSICS AND QUANTUM OPTICS
  • 2000 QND-Like Quantum Measurement with a Photon-Number Squeezed Light Beam in FRONTIERS OF LASER PHYSICS AND QUANTUM OPTICS
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