姓名:吴威

						吴威,兰州大学青年研究员,硕士生导师。2016年毕业于浙江大学近代物理中心,获理学博士学位,2016年8月到2018年12月,在北京计算科学研究中心,从事博士后研究。研究方向为量子信息与量子光学,已在Phys. Rev. A等学术期刊上发表论文30余篇,主持两项博士后基金和一项青年基金。
					

						主要从事量子信息与量子光学的理论研究, 目前关注与量子耗散系统动力学相关的物理问题。
					
						代表性论文:

1 Wei Wu, and Jun-Hong An, Gaussian quantum metrology in a dissipative environment, Physical Review A 104, 042609 (2021).

2. Ze-Zhou Zhang, and Wei Wu, Non-Markovian temperature sensing, Physical Review Research 3, 043039 (2021).

3. Wei Wu, and Chuan Shi, Criticality-enhanced quantum sensor at finite temperature, Physical Review A 104, 022612 (2021).

4. Wei Wu, Zhen Peng, Si-Yuan Bai, and Jun-Hong An, Threshold for a Discrete-Variable Sensor of Quantum Reservoirs, Physical Review Applied 15, 054042 (2021).

5. Wei Wu, Si-Yuan Bai, and Jun-Hong An, Non-Markovian sensing of a quantum reservoir, Physical Review A 103, L010601 (2021).

6. Wei Wu, and Chuan Shi, Quantum parameter estimation in a dissipative environment, Physical Review A 102, 032607 (2020).

7. Bin-Bin Mao, Liangsheng Li, Yimin Wang, Wen-Long You, Wei Wu, Maoxin Liu, and Hong-Gang Luo, Variational generalized rotating-wave approximation in the two-qubit quantum Rabi model, Physical Review A 99, 033834 (2019).

8. Wei Wu, Stochastic decoupling approach to the spin-boson dynamics: Perturbative and nonperturbative treatments, Physical Review A 98, 032116 (2018).

9. Wei Wu, Realization of hierarchical equations of motion from stochastic perspectives, Physical Review A 98, 012110 (2018).

10. Wei Wu, Effects of counter-rotating-wave terms on the non-Markovianity in quantum open systems, Physical Review A 96, 032125 (2017).

11. Wei Wu, and Hai-Qing Lin, Quantum Zeno and anti-Zeno effects in quantum dissipative systems, Physical Review A 95, 042132 (2017).

12. Guo-Qing Zhang, Wei Wu, and Jing-Bo Xu, Multipartite entanglement from matrix-product states and a quantum phase transition, Physical Review A 96, 032302 (2017).

13. Wei Wu, and Hai-Qing Lin, Effect of bath temperature on the decoherence of quantum dissipative systems, Physical Review A 94, 062116 (2016).