Xue,Ping

Professor

 

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University

Room 3117,School of Sciences Building

Beijing 100084, China

 

Phone:8610-62784531 ext. 197 

Fax:8610-62781598

 

xuep@tsinghua.edu.cn

 

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Education and Employment
Education:  

BS Applied Physics, Tsinghua University, 1988

Ph.D. Optics, Tsinghua University, 1993

 

Employment:

Laboratory of Laser Single Atom Detection, Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Assistant Professor, (1993-1996)

Laboratory of Laser Single Atom Detection, Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Associate Professor, (1996-2000)

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Research Laboratory of Electronics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Scientist, (2001-2002)

Human Resource Office, Tsinghua University, Deputy Director, (1999-2003)

Laboratory of Atomic and Molecular NanoSciences, Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Professor, (2000-2011)

State key laboratory of low-dimensional Physics, Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Professor, (2011- )

Tsinghua-Chinluck Frontier Science Research Center, Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Professor, (2012- )

 

Teaching

Theory of Molecular Spectroscopy, Spring 1994.

Laser and Spectroscopy, Spring 1998,

Selected Topics on Atomic and Molecular Physics, Summer 2000

Modern Physics and Physical Foundations of New Technology, Spring 2003

College Physics, Spring 2004

Laser Spectroscopy—Basic Concepts and Instrumentations, Spring 1999-

Modern Physics Experiments, Autumn 2010-

 

Interests
Professor Xue's group performs research in biomedical optical imaging, atomic spectroscopy and related laser physics.
a) Studies in biomedical optic focus on optical imaging using optical coherence tomography (OCT) and optical Doppler tomography (ODT). Research includes development of imaging technologies and clinical applications. Technology development includes high resolution, spectroscopic imaging, development of imaging devices such as catheter or endoscope based systems. Biomedical studies include clinical investigations of ophthalmic applications in collaboration with the Tong Reng Hospital. Studies of optical biopsy in internal medicine in collaboration with investigators at the Sino-Japan Friendship Hospital. In addition, the integration of OCT with other technologies such as multi-photon excitation fluorescence confocal microscopy is also studied to obtain more information of bio-tissue and broaden the application field. The research subjects includes:
1、Photon migration in turbid medium or bio-tissue
2、Optical coherence tomography and Optical Doppler tomography
3、Laser coherent remote sensing and imaging
4、Microscopic and spectral imaging
5、Fiber optics and MEMS
b) Studies in atomic spectroscopy focus on the high Rydberg states of complex atom and its laser spectroscopy by time of flight (TOF) technique. Electron correlation is specially studied to understand dynamics of interaction of electron and nucleus in highly excited atoms and ions. Laser atom cooling technology is utilized to obtain ultra-cold atoms and initiate the studies of highly excited states of ultra-cold atoms and the interactions between the cold atoms. The research subjects includes:
1、Laser-atom interaction
2、Dynamics of highly excited states of atoms
3、Behaviors of ultra-cold atom
4、Study of perturbation states of complex atoms and ions
5、Correlation of atom, molecule and nanometer-scale materials
Awards and Membership

Awards

1) Development of Science and Technology award, Beijing Municipal Council of Science and Technology, P.R. China, 2002

2) Development of Science and Technology award, National Council of Education, P.R.China, 1998

 

Professional Activities:

1) International Society of Optical Engineering, OSA, member, (1999- )

2) Editorial board of “Chinese Science Bulletin” , member, (2009-)

3) Editorial board of “Journal of Atomic and Molecular Physics” , member (2005- )

4) The 96th Fragrant Hill Science Conference on “Some aspects on the study of ultrafine scale—new techniques and relational theory”, Beijing, Conference Organizer (1998)

5) SPIE-BMO’99, The International Conference on Biomedical Optics, Wuhan, China, Session Co-Chair (1999)

6) The Third National Conference on Modern Biophysics Techniques, Hunan, China, Session Co-Chair (2000)

7) SPIE-OEIC’2000, International Symposium on Optics and Optoelectronic Inspection and Control: Techniques, Applications and Instruments, Beijing, China, Session Co-Chair (2000)

8) CAMP-XII, China 12nd Conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics August, 2004, Sichuan. (Session Chair)

9) CPS2006 China Autumn Conference of Physics Society 2006, Beijing, China. (Session Chair)

10) China-Japan Friendship Symposium on Optical and Neuro Engineering 2008. (Chair)

 

Selected Publications

Author or co-author of 5 patents and over 110 papers published in international refereed journals or conference proceedings. Co-author of 1 book. Over 10 invited talks at international and domestic conferences.

 
Selected papers
1         “Linear-in-wavenumber swept laser with an acousto-optic deflector for optical coherence tomography” Optics Letters, 39(2): 247-50, (2014) (Featured article 1/2/14 and Feature of The Week 2/14/14 in OCT News and Selected for additional publication in Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics)
2          “Compact piezoelectric transducer fiber scanning probe for optical coherence tomography” Optics Letters, 39(2): 186-8, (2014)  (Featured article 1/2/14 in OCT News and Selected for additional publication in Virtual Journal for Biomedical Optics)
3          “Automated Assessment of Epidermal Thickness and Vascular Density of Port Wine Stains OCT Image” Journal of Innovative Optical Health Sciences 7(1): 1350052 (2014)
4         “Understanding three-dimensional spatial relationship between the mouse second polar body and first cleavage plane with full-field optical coherence tomography” Journal of Biomedical Optics 18(1), 010503. (2013). (Won The 2013 OCT News Student Paper Award and Selected for additional publication in SPIE Letters)
5         “Tiny endoscopic optical coherence tomography probe driven by a miniaturized hollow ultrasonic motor” Journal of Biomedical Optics 18(8), 086011 (2013). ( Featured article and Feature of The Week 10/13/13 in OCT News)
6         "Completely invisible open tunnel for cylindrical metamaterial devices,” Phys. Rev. A 88, 013821 (2013)
7         “Noninvasive three-dimensional live imaging methodology for the spindles at meiosis and mitosis” Journal of Biomedical Optics 18(5), 050505. (2013).  (Featured article 13/5/13 in OCT News and Selected for additional publication in SPIE Letters Virtual Journal)
8         “Speckle-constrained variational methods for image restoration in optical coherence tomography” J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 30(5):878-885, (2013)
9         "The Probe Transmission Spectra of 87Rb in an Operating Magneto-Optical Trap in the Presence of an Ionizing Laser", Chin. Phys. Lett. 30(4):043201, (2013)
10     “Compressed sensing with linear-in-wavenumber sampling in spectral-domain optical coherence tomography” Optics Letters, 37(15) : 3075-7, (2012)
11     “Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography with a Fresnel spectrometer” Optics Letters, 37(8) : 1307-9, (2012)
12     “Label-free subcellular 3D live imaging of preimplantation mouse embryos with full-field optical coherence tomography”. Journal of Biomedical Optics 17, 070503. (2012) (Feature of The Week 7/22/12 in OCT News and Selected for additional publication in SPIE Letters)
13     “Wave Front Division Interferometer Based Optical Coherence Tomography for Sensitivity Optimization”, Optics. Communications. 285, 1589-1592, (2012)
14     “Measurement of the photoionization cross section of the 5P3/2 state of rubidium in a vapor-loaded magneto-optic trap” Chinese Physics Letters. 29(1): 013201, (2012)
15     “Handheld optical coherence tomography device for photodynamic therapy” Chinese Science Bulletin  57(5) : 450-4, (2012)
16     'Imaging of Skin Microvessels with Optical Coherence Tomography: Potential Uses in Port Wine Stains', Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine, 4: 1017-21. (2012)
17     “Polarization Degrees for 3p 2P3/2-3s 2S1/2 Transition of C3+ (1s23p) Produced in Collisions of C4+ with He and H2Journal of Physical Society of Japan, 79: 064301,(2010)
18     “Imaging port wine stains by fiber optical coherence tomography” Journal of Biomedical Optics, 15(3), 036020, (2010)
19     “Dynamics of O6+ + H electron capture in Debye plasmas and properties of resulting O5+(nl) emission spectra” Physical Review A, 82(2):022701,(2010)
20     “Polarization degrees of 3p P-2(3/2)-3s S-2(1/2) transition in O5+(1s (2)3p) produced in collisions of O6+ with He and H-2J. Phys. B, 43(18): 185202, (2010)
21     “Reconstruction of complementary images in second harmonic generation microscopy” Optics Express, 14(1): 4727-35, (2006)
22     “Particle-Fixed Monte Carlo Model for Optical Coherence Tomography”, Optics Express, 13(6): 2182-95, (2005)
23     “How to Optimize the OCT image” Optics Express, 9 (1): 24-35, (2001)
24     “Atomic triply excited double Rydberg states of lanthanum investigated by selective laser excitation” Physical Review A, 64 (3): art. no. 031402 , (2001)