Jianwei Tang

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Associate professor  
Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates  
Supervisor of Master's Candidates  



Department:School of Physics

Education Level:Postgraduate (Doctoral)

Degree:Doctoral Degree in Engineering



Dr. Jianwei Tang is an Associate Professor and Ph.D. supervisor in the School of Physics at Huazhong University of Science and Technology. His research interests include micro-nano optics, quantum optics, and fluorescence spectroscopy. In recent years, his research has focused on "micro-nano optical control of solid-state quantum systems". He has developed micro-nano manipulation techniques to hybrid integrate solid-state quantum systems such as single molecules, single quantum dots, and rare-earth nanocrystals with plasmonic cavities, on-chip waveguides, and photonic crystal microcavities. This integration enables the realization of high-brightness, high-stability, and high-controllability quantum light sources, which can be applied in optical quantum information processing and sensing imaging. He has led projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, including general and young scientist programs, as well as the "Basic Research Support Plan" for young scientists at Huazhong University of Science and Technology. He has published as first or corresponding author in internationally renowned journals such as Nature Photonics, Nature Communications (2 papers), Light: Science & Applications, Nano Letters, etc.

Selected Publications Since 2018 (Equally contributing first author, *Corresponding author)

[1] Y. J. Meng, D. X. Huang, H. Li, X. Feng, F. Li, Q. Y. Liang, T. Z. Ma, J. H. Han, J. W. Tang*, G. Y. Chen* & X.-W. Chen*Bright single-nanocrystal upconversion at sub 0.5 W cm-2 irradiance via coupling to single nanocavity mode. Nature Photonics 17, 73-81 (2023).

[2] P. L. Ren#, S. M. Wei#, W. X. Liu#, S. P. Lin, Z. H. Tian, T. L. Huang, J. W. Tang*, Y. C. Shi* & X. W. Chen*. Photonic-circuited resonance fluorescence of single molecules with an ultrastable lifetime-limited transition. Nature Communications 13, 3982 (2022).

[3] J. W. Tang#, J. Xia#, M. D. Fang#, F. L. Bao, G. J. Cao, J. Q. Shen, J. Evans & S. L. He*. Selective far-field addressing of coupled quantum dots in a plasmonic nanocavity. Nature Communications 9, 1705 (2018).

[4] J. Xia, J. W. Tang*, F. L. Bao, Y. C. Sun, M. D. Fang, G. J. Cao, J. Evans & S. L. He*. Turning a hot spot into a cold spot: polarization-controlled Fano-shaped local-field responses probed by a quantum dot. Light: Science & Applications 9, 166 (2020).

[5] Z. Y. Wang, J. W. Tang*, J. H. Han, J. Xia, T. Z. Ma & X.-W. Chen*. Bright nonblinking photoluminescence with blinking lifetime from a nanocavity-coupled quantum dot. Nano Letters 24, 1761-1768 (2024).

Educational Experience

2009.9 2016.6

  • 浙江大学
  • Other specialties in Optical Engineering
  • Doctoral Degree
  • With Certificate of Graduation for Doctorate Study

2005.9 2009.6

  • 浙江大学
  • Information and Communications Engineering
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Undergraduate
  • 浙江大学竺可桢学院混合班

Work Experience

2019.1 Now
  • 华中科技大学
  • 物理学院
  • 副教授

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