Fuyong Yue received his Master’s degree in 2014 from Beijing Institute of Technology in China, specializing in solid-state lasers and optical phase locked loop (OPLL). Then he won the James Watt Scholarship to pursue his PhD at Institute of Photonics and Quantum Sciences from Heriot-Watt University in Scotland, supervised by Prof. Xianzhong Chen. His PhD study was focused on the development of geometric metasurfaces to control phase and polarization of light in subwavelength scale for novel applications, such as polarization-controlled hologram generation, superposition of orbital angular momentum states, and structured beam generation. In October 2017, he obtained his PhD degree with thesis titled ‘Geometric Optical Metasurface for Polarization Control’, which was awarded one of the ‘EPS Postgraduate Research Thesis Prizes’ in Heriot-Watt University for 2017. In December 2017, he joined the Nonlinear Photonics Group at INRS-EMT in Canada, led by Prof. Roberto Morandotti. His current research focuses on plasmonics for quantum applications, linear and nonlinear metasurfaces, orbital angular momentum, and flat devices with novel functionalities.