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Assoc Prof Dr. Sheng Zou | optical physics | Best Researcher award

 

๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿซ ๐ŸŒพ Professor Sheng Zou is a distinguished experimental physicist specializing in atomic, molecular, and optical research with a focus on spin-exchange optical pumping. He earned his Ph.D. at Southeast University and conducted groundbreaking postdoctoral research at Beihang University under the mentorship of renowned experts like Prof. Jiancheng Fang and Prof. Brian Saam. Dr. Zou’s innovative contributions include advancements in atomic cell fabrication, optical spin polarization, and precision magnetometry using spin-polarized atoms. He has published over twenty academic papers and holds several patents, showcasing his dedication to advancing spin-polarized atom applications. Professor Sheng Zou’s research significantly contributes to the field’s understanding, spanning from fundamental physics to practical applications in precision measurements and magnetometry. ๐ŸŒŒ๐Ÿ”ฌ

๐ŸŒ Professional Profiles

๐Ÿ”ฌ Research Overview ๐Ÿ“š

Research Interests

  • Atomic cell fabrication
  • Optical spin polarization and relaxation
  • Precision magnetometry

Academic and Creative Achievements (Past 5 Years):

Completed Ph.D. at Southeast University, focusing on atomic cell fabrication for spin-exchange optical pumping. Postdoctoral research with Prof. Brian Saam on optical spin polarization and magnetic resonance. Appointed as an associate professor at Beihang University in 2019. Moved to Hangzhou Institute of Beihang University in April 2021.

Continuous Research Focus

All-optical atomic spin magnetometer/co-magnetometer. Optical pumping of alkali metal atoms and hyperpolarization of noble gases (cesium, rubidium, potassium, xenon-129, helium-3, neon-21). Devoted to applications in precision measurements, magnetocardiography, magnetoencephalogram, etc.

Research Highlights (Representative Works and Papers)

“Determination of optical constants for thin-walled glass cell based on Haidinger fringes” – Journal of Applied Physics, 2023. “In-situ triaxial residual magnetic field measurement based on optically-detected electron paramagnetic resonance of spin-polarized potassium” – Measurement, 2022. “Determination of Residual Magnetic Field Based on Optically-Detected Free Spin Precession of Hyperpolarized 21Ne” – IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 2022. “Collisional EPR Frequency Shifts in Cs-Rb-Xe Mixtures” – Physical Review A, 2022.

Patents Granted (7)

Methods for eliminating light shift, measuring the mole ratio of alkali metal mixture, determining optical parameters of thin-walled sealed glass chambers, judging SERF regime of atomic spin magnetometer, measuring temperature distributions in cell in atomic magnetometer, measuring non-orthogonal angle of magnetic coils, on-site measuring method for atomic density number in atomic magnetometer.

Projects

National Natural Science Foundation of China project: “In situ measurement and compensation of residual magnetic field under shielded environment” (2021-2022). Beijing Natural Science Foundation project: “Analysis and measurement for the factors affecting spin-exchange efficiency between alkali metal and noble gas” (2022-2024).

Awards

  • Chengdu Space Enterprise Scholarship (2014)
  • Southeast University Education Foundation Scholarship (2016)

Conference Presentations

Presented research at various conferences including the IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Aerospace and the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics meetings. This overview provides a snapshot of your recent academic journey, research contributions, and achievements. Keep up the excellent work! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ”

 

๐Ÿ“šTop Noted Publication

A Roomโ€Temperature Operational Alignment Magnetometer Utilizing Freeโ€Spin Precession Paper Published in 2024

Determination of optical constants for thin-walled glass cell based on Haidinger fringes Paper Published in 2023

Determination of Residual Magnetic Field Based on Optically-Detected Free Spin Precession of Hyperpolarized 21Ne Paper Published in 2022

Rabi oscillation of spin-polarized rubidium in the spin-exchange relaxation-free regimePaper Published in 2022

Lifetime estimation model of vapor cells in atomic magnetometers Paper Published in 2022

Collisional electron paramagnetic resonance frequency shifts in Cs-Rb-Xe mixtures Paper Published in 2022

Evaluation of optical parameters for a microminiature Rb vapor cell in a dual-beam SERF magnetometer Paper Published in 2022

On-Site Synchronous Determination of Coil Constant and Nonorthogonal Angle Based on Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Paper Published in 2020

Ultra-Sensitive Atomic Magnetometers for Studying Spin Precessions of Hyperpolarized Noble Gases Based on System Identification Paper Published in 2018

Ultra-sensitive atomic magnetometer for studying magnetization fields produced by hyperpolarized helium-3 Paper Published in 2016

 

Sheng Zou | optical physics | Best Researcher award

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