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Dr. Zhou Ling, Professor, female, born in Shu-Zhou city of Anhui province in 1964. Now she works in Theoretical Physics group., Her main experience is as follow. From Sept. 1981 to July 1985, she studied in Physics Department of Anhui Normal University, graduated from Anhui Normal University in July 1985 and became a teacher in the same university immediately after graduation. From September 1987 to June 1990, she studied for master degree in University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), majoring in Condensed Physics in the Department of Physics. From July 1990 to August 1996, she worked in Physics department and promoted to be a lecturer in July 1991 in Anhui Normal University. In August 1996, she was transferred to the School of Physics, Dalian University of Technology (DUT). She was promoted to be associate professor in September 1999. From Sept. 1999 to July 2003, also studied for doctor degree in Physics Department of DUT as she was working in DUT. In Jan 2005, she was promoted to be a professor. From 2005 to 2006, she worked in Texas A&M University as a visiting scholar for one year. In 2003, her doctoral dissertation was awarded “Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of Liaoning Province”. In 2004, she was selected into the project “Hundred, thousand and ten thousand talent people Project of Liao-ning Province”, and was on honorary title “ thousand talent people”. In 2004, she was award “outstanding female Teacher of Dalian University of Technology”. In 2015, she was award "BAOGANG excellent teacher". In 2016, her teaching achievement "joint scientific research resource with applied physics for ungraduated students education" was awarded first class of "Teaching Achievement of Dalian University of Technology".
- (4)Quantum Sensor
- (1) Study on quantum properties in Cavity Optomechanics.
(2) Decoherence and disentanglement coming from interaction with environment.
(3) Quantum information process.
- (2) Decoherence and disentanglement coming from interaction with environment.