The laboratory organized a meeting for mentors and 2023 undergraduate freshmen
On the afternoon of October 26, 2023, the Nano-optoelectronics Laboratory organized a meeting for mentors and 2023 undergraduate freshmen. A total of 24 students from the Department of Electronic Engineering participated in this meeting. Professor Yidong Huang delivered a presentation titled "Optoelectronic Chips—A New Path for Future Chips and an Important Way for Information Perception." The talk primarily focused on explaining what optoelectronic chips are and highlighting the laboratory’s significant accomplishments in the cutting-edge research and industrial transformation. Following the presentation, the students were given a guided tour to the laboratory by their mentors.
Introduction of the “Freshman Mentor” Program
To aid freshmen majoring in Electronic Information in planning their university life and future careers, guiding them to establish proper values, and facilitating their concentrated learning and interest cultivation, a "Freshman Mentor" program has been established. This program aims to ensure that students can achieve substantial progress and growth within their limited time at college.
Ph.D candidate Jingyuan Liu’s work about “High-dimensional quantum key distribution using energy-time entanglement over 242 km partially deployed fiber” was published on Quantum Science and Technology2023-11-06