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LU Dawei


Assistant Professor

Department of Physics

0755-88018270

Room 103, Chuangyuan 10

ludw@sustech.edu.cn

Educational Background
2012 Ph.D. Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale University of Science and Technology of China
2007 B.Sc. Special Class for Gifted Young University of Science and Technology of China
 
Professional Experience
2017.07-Now, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Southern University of Science and Technology 
2016.09-2017.07, Postdoctoral fellow Institute for Quantum Computing and Department of Physics, University of Waterloo, Raymond Laflamme and Bei Zeng Group
2012.09-2016.09, Postdoctoral fellow Institute for Quantum Computing and Department of Physics, University of Waterloo, Raymond Laflamme Group
2007.09-2012.07, PhD candidate Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China, Jiangfeng Du Group
 
Research Interests
Quantum information processing in nuclear and electron spin magnetic resonance systems.
Development of spin control techniques to achieve high-fidelity coherent control.
Benchmarks in large-scale systems.
Quantum simulation towards large-scale quantum systems.
Experimental realization of adiabatic quantum computing model.
Quantum state tomography and process tomography.
 
Honors and Awards
2012 CAS Presidential Scholarship 2011 Qiu Shi Graduate Student Scholarship
2011 First Prize in The Fifth Academic Forum of Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale
 
Professional Membership
2014-today Review Editor: Frontiers in Quantum Computing
 
Selected Publications
 (*: equal contributions; †: corresponding author)
1. T. Xin∗, D. W. Lu∗, J. Klassen∗, N. K. Yu†, Z. F. Ji, J. X. Chen, X. Ma, G. L. Long, B. Zeng†, and R. Laflamme, Quantum state tomography via reduced density matrices, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 020401 (2017). arXiv
2. H. Katiyar†, A. Brodutch†, D. W. Lu†, and R. Laflamme†, Experimental violation of the Leggett-Garg inequality in a 3-level system, Accepted by New J. Phys., (2017). arXiv
3. G. R. Feng, B. Buonacorsi, J. J. Wallman, F. H. Cho, D. Park, T. Xin, D. W. Lu, J. Baugh, and R. Laflamme, Estimating the coherence of noise in quantum control of a solid-state qubit, Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 260501 (2016). arXiv
4. X. Rong, D. W. Lu, X. Kong, J. P. Geng, Y. Wang, F. Z. Shi, C. K. Duan, and J. F. Du†, Harnessing the power of quantum systems based on spin magnetic resonance: from ensembles to single particles, invited review article, Advances in Physics: X 2, 125 (2016).
5. H. Y. Wang, W. Q. Zheng, N. K. Yu, K. R. Li, D. W. Lu, T. Xin, C. Li, Z. F. Ji, D. Kribs, B. Zeng†, X. H. Peng†, and J. F. Du, Quantum state and process tomography via adaptive measurements, Sci. China Phys. Mech. Astron. 59, 100313 (2016). arXiv
6. J. Li, D. W. Lu, Z. H. Luo, R. Laflamme, X. H. Peng†, and J. F. Du†, Approximation of reachable set for coherently controlled open quantum systems: application to quantum state engineering, Phys. Rev. A 94, 012312 (2016). arXiv
7. D. W. Lu∗, T. Xin∗, N. K. Yu∗, Z. F. Ji, J. X. Chen, G. L. Long, J. Baugh, X. H. Peng, B. Zeng†, and R. Laflamme, Tomography is necessary for universal entanglement detection with single-copy observables, Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 230501 (2016). arXiv
8. A. J. Park†, E. McKay, D. W. Lu†, and R. Laflamme, Simulation of anyonic statistics and its topological path independence using a 7-qubit quantum simulator, New J. Phys. 18, 043043 (2016). arXiv
9. D.W.Lu†, J. Biamonte, J. Li, H. Li, T. Johnson, V. Bergholm, M. Faccin, Z. Zimbor´ as, R. Laflamme, J. Baugh, and S. Lloyd, Chiral quantum walks, Phys. Rev. A 93, 042302 (2016). arXiv
10. X. Ma, T. Jackson, H. Zhou, J. X. Chen, D. W. Lu, M. D. Mazurek, K. A. G. Fisher, X. H. Peng, D. Kribs, K. J. Resch, Z. F. Ji, B. Zeng†, and R. Laflamme, Pure state tomography with Pauli measurements, Phys. Rev. A 93, 032140 (2016). arXiv
11. D. W. Lu, H. Li, D. Trottier, J. Li, A. Brodutch, A. P. Krismanich, A. Ghavami, G. I. Dmitrienko, G. Long, J. Baugh, and R. Laflamme†, Experimental estimation of average fidelity of a Clifford gate on a 7-qubit quantum processor, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 140505 (2015). arXiv
12. Z. K. Li, H. Zhou, C. Y. Ju, H. W. Chen, W. Q. Zheng, D. W. Lu, X. Rong, C. K. Duan, X. H. Peng†, and J. F. Du†, Experimental realization of a compressed quantum simulation of a 32-spin Ising chain, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 220501 (2014).
13. D. W. Lu, A. Brodutch†, J. Li, H. Li, and R. Laflamme†, Experimental realization of post-selected weak measurements on an NMR quantum processor, New J. Phys. 16, 053015 (2014). arXiv
14. D. W. Lu, B. R. Xu, N. Y. Xu, Z. K. Li, H. W. Chen, X. H. Peng, R. X. Xu, and J. F. Du†, Quantum chemistry simulation on quantum computers: theories and experiments, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. Perspective 14, 9411 (2012).
15. D. W. Lu, N. Y. Xu, B. R. Xu, Z. K. Li, H. W. Chen, X. H. Peng, R. X. Xu, and J. F. Du†, Experimental study of the quantum simulation towards quantum chemistry with an NMR simulator, Phil. Trans. R.Soc. A 370, 4734 (2012).
16. N. Y. Xu, J. Zhu, D. W. Lu, X. Y. Zhou, X. H. Peng†, and J. F. Du†, Quantum factorization of 143 on a dipolar-coupling NMR system, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 130501 (2012). arXiv
17. Z. K. Li∗, M. H. Yung∗, H. W. Chen, D. W. Lu, J. D. Whitfield, X. H. Peng, A. Aspuru-Guzik, and J. F. Du†, Solving quantum ground-state problems with nuclear magnetic resonance, Sci. Rep. 1, 88 (2011). arXiv
18. D. W. Lu, N. Y. Xu, R. X. Xu, H. W. Chen, J. B. Gong, X. H. Peng, and J. F. Du†, Simulation of chemical isomerization reaction dynamics on a NMR quantum simulator, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 020501 (2011). arXiv
19. H. W. Chen, D. W. Lu, B. Chong, G. Qin, X. Y. Zhou, X. H. Peng†, and J. F. Du†, Experimental demonstration of probabilistic quantum cloning, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 180404 (2011). arXiv
20. D. W. Lu, J. Zhu, P. Zhou, X. H. Peng, Y. H. Yu, S. M. Zhang, Q. Chen, and J. F. Du†, Experimental implementation of a quantum random-walk search algorithm using strongly dipolar coupled spins, Phys. Rev. A 81, 022308 (2010).
21. J. F. Du†, N. Y. Xu, X. H. Peng, P. F. Wang, S. F. Wu, and D. W. Lu, NMR implementation of a molecular hydrogen quantum simulation with adiabatic state preparation, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 030502 (2010). arXiv
22. C. L. Ren, D. W. Lu, X. H. Peng, M. J. Shi, and J. F. Du†, Experimentally simulating the violation of Bell-type inequalities for generalized GHZ states, Phys. Lett. A 373, 46, 4222-4226 (2009).
23. D. W. Lu, A. Brodutch, J. Park, H. Katiyar, T. Jochym-O’Connor, and R. Laflamme, NMR quantum information processing, Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) Based Quantum Computing (Springer Publishing, 2016). arXiv;
24. J. F. Du, C. Lei, G. Qin, D. W. Lu, and X. H. Peng, Search via quantum walk, Search Algorithms and Applications (InTech Publishing, 2011).

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