Zhihang WANG


Research Interests: Nanophotonic devices, Fiber optics, Nonlinear optics, Quantum optics

Brief Bio: I finished my undergraduate studies in physics at Claude Bernard University Lyon 1 in France, my final year project being completed under the guidance of Prof. Denis Machon, about “Phase change of GaSe, SiO2 nanoparticles under high pressure using Raman spectroscopy”. Then I moved to University of Paris-sud XI to continue my first year of master degree in fundamental physics. In May of 2013, I worked as an intern in Prof. Yohei Kobayashi’s group at The University of Toky in Japan for two months.

In 2014 for the second year, I joined the master “Light, Matter, Interactions” especially involved in optical science, condensed matter physics and atomic physics at Pierre and Marie Curie University Paris VI. The final project was entitled “The second harmonic generation and spontaneous parametric down-conversion in hybrid nanofiber” involved in the design of a photon correlation source under the supervision of Prof. Gilles Pauliat and Prof. Sylvie Lebrun.

Current Research Activities: In 2015, I joined Prof. Kasper Moth-Poulsen’s group at Chalmers University of Technology. My current project focused on the design and evaluation of optical devices for molecular solar thermal energy storage system (MOST).