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Hao Yu

Hao Yu received his Bachelor’s of Information Engineering in School of Information and Optoelectronic Science and Engineering from the South China Normal University in 2018. During his Bachelor’s thesis, under the supervision of Prof. Liyun Zhong, he investigated the optimized 3-dimensional reconstruction algorithm based on dual-frequency phase-shift technology in fringe projection profilometry. In September 2018, he started a Ph.D. in the University of Electronic and Science Technology of China (UESTC) under the supervision of Prof. Zhiming Wang and focused on quantum optics, in particular, investigating heralded single-photon source in multiplexing way. In February 2020, he joined the INRS-EMT as a joint-PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Morandotti where he is investigating non-classical light sources and their applications.

 

  1. Yu, H., Lin, L., Li, X., Lu, X., Zhong, L., & Liu, S. (2017). Optimized fringe patterns based on dual-frequency phase-shift technology in fringe projection profilometry. Optical Engineering, 56(9), 094104.
  1. Yu, H., Yuan, C., Zhang, R., Zhang, Z., Wang, Y., Song, H., … & Zhou, Q. (2019, November). Frequency Multiplexing Heralded Single-Photon Source at 1.5 μm. In Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (pp. T2F-5). Optical Society of America. (Oral Presentation)