The topological quantum computing team has made important experimental progress in the field of superconducting cavity optomechanical anti-lasing and quantum information storageOn December 29, 2021, the topological quantum computing team achieved important experimental progress in superconducting cavity optomechanical anti-lasing and quantum information storage. Related work was published in Physical Review Letters with the title "Optomechanical Anti-lasing with Infinite Group Delay at a Phase Singularity".
Ming Lu and Colleagues Made Important Progress in the Study of Non-Hermitian Skin EffectRecently, assistant research scientist Ming Lu from the group Ultrafast Optical Manipulation and Imaging in BAQIS, together with Dr. Xiao-Xiao Zhang and Prof. Marcel Franz from the University of British Columbia, have made important contribution to the field of non-Hermitian physics. Their work entitled magnetic suppression of non-Hermitian skin effect has been published in Physical Review Letters.
Dr. Kai Chang and colleagues publish in Science – Intrinsic 2D-XY ferromagnetism in a van der Waals monolayer2D-XY ferromagnetism model is an important platform for the research of fundamental condensed matter physics. In this work, Dr. Kai Chang and colleagues have successfully grown nearly perfect monolayer CrCl3 films, and detected clear evidence of the underlying 2D-XY ferromagnetism. This study has solved the long-standing difficulty of reliable growth and measurement of 2D-XY ferromagnetic materials.
A research team led by Ding Zhang/Qi-Kun Xue achieves breakthrough in understanding the mechanism of high-temperature superconductivityThe mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity is one of the most challenging problems in condensed matter physics. It has remained unsettled for 35 years ever since Bednorz and Müller discovered high-temperature copper oxide (cuprate) superconductors in 1986. Consensuses are lacking even on some of its fundamental properties, such as the pairing symmetry.