Name: Wang Xiaojun
Wang Xiaojun, born in 1973, got his Ph. D. degree from University of Science and Technology of China in 2001 with research field of particle physics and field theory. From 2001 to 2006, Wang was engaged in research on superstring theory and quantum field theory at Institute of Theoretical Physics of Chinese Academy of Sciences (postdoc), University of Science and Technology of China (Associate Professor), and the Utah State University (visiting scholar). In 2006, he entered Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics in Beijing. In 2011, he worked as a researcher in laser physics and advanced solid-state laser technology. He has undertaken more than ten national-level projects and tasks such as the 863 Project. He has also served as director of Institute of Advanced Solid-State Laser Center in Chengdu, vice director of the Key Laboratory of High Energy Laser Science and Technology of Chinese Academy of Sciences since 2014. In August 2016, he joined the Laser Center of Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is currently researcher and doctoral supervisor at the TIPC of CAS, member of a major special project expert group, director of China Engineering Optical Society, etc.
Wang is engaged in research on laser physics, advanced high-power solid-state laser technology, fiber laser technology, semiconductor laser technology, especially high-power solid-state laser. He has published more than 60 papers in journals like IEEE J. Quantum Electron., Opt. Lett., Opt. Express, etc. and one book. He was awarded several times because of Military Science and Technology Progress. He has also undertaken editorial board of Opt. Lett., Opt. Express, etc. and participated in several national project planning.
1. Laser physics research
2. Research on ultra-high power all-solid-state laser technology, including basic science of ultra-high power and high-brightness all-solid-state laser, active and passive beam quality control technology, beam coherent synthesis and incoherent synthesis technology
3. Exploration of new high-brightness all-solid-state laser technology
Awards and Honors:
First, Second and Third Class Prize of Military Science and Technology Progress, totally 4 times.
1. Xiao-Jun Wang, Xuan Tang, Wei-Wei Ke, et.al., Stimulated Brillouin scattering, phase noise, and dynamical evolution in a passive fiber laser coherent beam combination, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B31, 464 (2014).
2. Wei-Wei Ke, Xiao-Jun Wang and Xuan Tang, Stimulated Brillouin Scattering Model in Multi-Mode Fiber Lasers, IEEE J. Select. Top. Quantum Electron. 20, 0901610 (2014).
3. Xian-Feng Bao, Xiao-Jun Wang, Hua Su, and Xiao-Jian Shu, Geometric definition of the V-parameter in photonic crystal fibers, Opt. Lett. 39, 892 (2014).
4. Xiao-Jun Wang, Wei-Wei Ke, and Hua Su, Thermal-induced two dimensional beam distortion in planar waveguide amplifiers, Opt. Express 21, 17999 (2013).
5. Wei-Wei Ke and Xiao-Jun Wang, Thermally induced beam distortion and its limit to power scaling of fiber lasers, Opt. Express 21, 14272 (2013).
6. Xiao-Jun Wang, Zhen Cai, J.-F. Jiang C. Tang, B. Tu and Q.-W. Jing, Thermal unbalance by an amplified spontaneous emission absorber in an Nd:YAG thin-disk laser, Opt. Lett. 35，3381 (2011).
7. Xiao-Jun Wang and Xiao-Jian Shu, Characteristics of parasitic eigenmodes in high average power disk lasers, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B26, 1621 (2009).
8. Xiao-Jun Wang, Non-linear corrections to aberration sensitivity of unstable-cavity geometries, Opt. Express 16, 21223 (2008).
9. Wei-Wei Ke, Qin-Yong Liu, and Xiao-Jun Wang，Fiber With Comb-Index Core Designed for High-Power Fiber Lasers, IEEE J. Quantum Electron. 51, 1600308 (2015).