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name : Yuanjie Yang Sexual: male phone: 13880649982
email: dr.yang2003@uestc.edu.cn office-address: Research Institute Building 508, Qingshuihe Campus
major: Optics
research interst Pattern Recognition, Biometrics, Cryptography, Security Protocol, Image Processing and Analysis
Biography Yuanjie Yang received his PhD from Department of Optoelectronic Science and Technology, Sichuan University in 2008. Now he works as an associate professor at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. Dr Yang worked at the University of St Andrews (UK) as an Academic Visitor from Sep 2009 to Sep 2010. His current research interest includes the propagation and transformation of laser beams, optical vortices, optical micromanipulation and novel beam shapes. He has published more than 20 papers.
Teaching Schedule Study Abroad: University of St Andrews (UK)
Research Topic: Partially coherent vortex beams
Date: Sep. 2009 – Sep. 2010
Ph. D. Degree: Department of Optoelectronic Science and Technology, Sichuan University
Research Topic: Spectral switch of noparaxial ultralshot pulses
Date: Dec. 2008 (Sep. 2003 – Jun. 2008)
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS [1] Y. Yang, Y. Dong, C. Zhao, Y-D. Liu, and Y. Cai, Autocorrelation properties of fully coherent beam with and without orbital angular momentum. Optics Express, 22: 2925-2932. (2014).
[2] Y. Yang, M. Chen, M. Mazilu, A. Mourka, Y. Liu and K. Dholakia, Effect of the radial and azimuthal mode indices of a partially coherent vortex field upon spatial correlation singularity. New Journal of Physics, 15: 113053 (2013).
[3] Y. Yang, Y. Dong, C. Zhao and Yangjian Cai, Generation and propagation of an anomalous vortex beam. Optics Letters, 38: 5418-5421 (2013).
[4]  Y. Yang, M. Mazilu, and K. Dholakia, Measuring the orbital angular momentum of partially coherent optical vortices through singularities in their cross-spectral density functions. Optics Letters, 37: 4949-4951 (2012).
[5] Y. Yang, X. Li, K. Duan. Nonparaxial propagation of vectorial hollow Gaussian beams diffracted at an annular aperture. Opt. Eng. 50 (7):078001 (2011).
[6] Y.J. Yang, K. Duan, D. Jiang , J. Zhang , Y. Chen. Effect of vectorial nature on   spectral anomalies of ultrashort pulsed beams from a hard-edged aperture. App. Phys. B 98(1):125-131 (2010).
[7] Y.Yang, K. Duan, Spectral anomalies of chirped Gaussian pulses from an annular aperture in the turbulent atmosphere. Opt. Eng. 48(5):058001 (2009).
[8] Y.J.Yang, K. Duan, Y. Li. Anomalous spectral behavior of vectorial apertured ultrashort pulsed beams beyond the paraxial approximation. Opt. Commun. 281 (4): 521-526 (2008).
[9]Y.J.Yang, Q. Zou, Y. Li. Near-field anomalous spectral behavior in diffraction of a Gaussian pulsed beam from an annular aperture. Appl. Opt. 46 (21): 4667-4673 (2007).
[10] Y.J.Yang, Q. Zou, Y. Li. Spectral shifts and spectral switches of a pulsed Gaussian beam from a rectangular aperture in the far field. J. Mod. Opt. 55(6): 893-905 (2008).
[11] Y.J. Yang and Y. Li. Spectral shifts and spectral switches of a pulsed Bessel-Gauss beam from a circular aperture in the far field. Opt. Laser Technol., 39(11): 1478-1484 (2007).
[12] Y.J. Yang and Y. Li. Far-field spectral characteristics of a space-time dependent Gaussian pulsed beam from an annular aperture. Opt. Eng. 45(11): 118001 (2006).