Fangwei Ye Professor
  • Institute of Optical Science and Technology
  • Nonlinear Optics, Nanophotonics
  • 021-54743167
  • Room 428, No. 5 Science Building
  • fangweiye at situ.edu.cn

Fangwei Ye was born in Zhejiang, China, 1976. He received B.S in Physics from Zhejiang Normal University in 2000, and Ph.D in Optics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2005. From 2005 to 2008 he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at ICFO (The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain). He was a Senior Research Fellow at CNS (Center of Nonlinear Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China) from 2008-2010. In 2010, he joined in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), China. Currently he is a Distinguished Research Fellow as well as a PhD advisor in Physics Department of SJTU. His research interests focus on understanding the nonlinear effects pertaining to the propagation of electromagnetic waves in nonlinear optical media, with particular interests in the physical mechanisms leading to the soliton formation in optical media, all-optical soliton control, and the stability analysis of wave propagation in nonlinear media. He is currently working on the nonlinear propagation dynamics and localization characteristics of light in plasmonic systems, with a focus on the potential applications to active photonic nanodevices that operate at deep subwavlength scale, including ultrafast all-optical switches, ultra-compact plasmonic sensors, and light concentrators. He is an author of more than 40 publications in internal journals, conference and workshop proceedings.

Research Interests:
(1) Nonlinear Optics: Formation and evolution of optical localized states, Optical Spatial Solitons
(2) Nanophotonics: Interaction between light and nanostructured materials
(3) Interaction of light with complex physical systems, such as nonlinear materials, periodic/disordered systems, matematerials, etc.

a)       Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals
1.    F. Ye, D. Mihalache, B. Hu, N.-C. Panoiu, “Sub-wavelength plasmonic lattice solitons in arrays of metallic nanowires,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 106802(2010). [also in Virtual J. Nanoscale Science & Technology, Volume 21, issue 12(2010)].
2.    X. Shi, B. Malomed, F. Ye, X. Chen, “Symmetric and asymmetric solitons in nonlocal nonlinear coupler,” Phys. Rev. A 85, 053839 (2012).
3.    Y. Kou, F. Ye, X. Chen, “Low-loss hybrid plasmonic waveguide for compact and high-efficient photonic integration,” Opt. Express 19, 11746(2011).
4.    F. Ye, Y. Kartashov, B. Hu, L. Torner, “Twin-vortex solitons in nonlocal nonlinear media,” Opt .Lett. 35, 628(2010). [Highlighted in Nature Photonics 4, 197(2010)].
5.    F. Ye, D. Mihalache, B. Hu, N.-C. Panoiu, “Sub-wavelength vertical plasmonic lattice solitons,” Opt. Lett. 36, 1179 (2010).
6.    F. Ye, L. Dong, B. Hu, “Localization of light in a parabolically bending waveguide array in thermal nonlinear media,” Opt. Lett. 34, 584(2009).
b)    Book Chapters
1.    F. Ye, B. A. Malomed, D. Mihalache, L. Dong, B.Hu, “Elliptic vortices in self-attractive Bose-Einstein condensates,” chapter in book: “Bose-Einstein Condensates: Theory, Characteristics and Current Research,” pp115-123, Nova Publisher, Hauppauge, New York.
2.    Y. Chen, F. Ye, “Independently tunable multichannel filters based on fractal multilayers,” chapter in book: “Handbook on the Classification and Application of Fractals,” Nova Publisher, Hauppauge, New York.
3.    F. Ye, D. Mihalache, N.-C. Panoiu, “Sub-wavelength plasmonic solitons in 1D and 2D arrays of coupled metallic nanowires,” chapter in book: “Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, Self-Trapping, and Josephson Oscillations in Nonlinear Systems,” Springer Publishers, Berlin, German (in press).

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