Keyu is a postdoctoral research fellow at Macquarie University. He works with Assoc. Professor Jason Twamely. 

His research focuses on superconducting quantum circuits, optomechanics, quantum measurement, quantum networks and quantum plasmonics. 

Keyu's research has provided schemes for quantum computation using solid-state superconducting quantum circuits. He will present methods to generate nonclassical flying photonss sharing quantum correlation and quantum information. Keyu will also propose quantum methods to detect extremely weak magnetic fields by exploiting the magneto-optical effects. 

Qualifications: 
PhD, Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics (SIOM), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China (2007)

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