Faculty Profile
 
  JIN Ge
     
Department: Department of Modern Physics
Mailing Address:
Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, 96 Jinzhai Rd, Hefei, Anhui, PR China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63606492
Fax:
0551-63607591
Homepage:
http://dsxt.ustc.edu.cn/zj_js.asp?zzid=311
 
       

Research Profile

Jin Ge, male, born in June 1960, currently works as a professor and doctoral supervisor at the Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at Microscale and at the Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). Jin obtained his B.S. in Nuclear Electronics in July 1982, his M.S. in Nuclear & Particles Physics in July 1985, and his Ph.D. in Nuclear & particles Physics in July 1989 from USTC respectively. Jin had undertaken collaborative research at the Dept. of Physics, Marburg University, Germany, the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL), USA, the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan, and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Prof. Jin now is mainly engaged in research on experiments of nuclear & high energy physics, detectors, nuclear electronics, and data acquisition. His recent research topics cover quantum communication techniques (e.g. quantum secret communication) experiment control & diagnosis system (e.g. neutron detector array, observatory control system for LAMOST, muon detector system) and instrumentation and data acquisition (e.g. optical transient recorder). In recent years, Prof. Jin has undertaken a number of research projects supported by the National Important Program on Science, by the National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (namely, the “863” Program) and by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Prof. Jin has authored one monograph and more than 100 research papers published in academic journals at home and abroad.
 
     
Selected Publications
1) Design of time interval generator based on hybrid counting method , Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Resear , 2016 , A832 (2016) 103–107
2) A sub-sampling technique for frequency locking in Doppler wind lidar , REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS , 2016 , 87, 056107 (2016)
3) Design considerations of high-performance InGaAs/InP single-photon avalanche diodes for quantum key distribution , Applied Optics , 2016 , Vol. 55, No. 27
4) Development of FEB Test Platform for ATLAS New Small Wheel Upgrade , IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE , 2016 , VOL. 63, NO. 5
5) A low noise front end electronics for micro-channel plate detector with wedge and strip anode , JINST , 2016 , March 15, 2016
6) Real-Time Data Acquisition for Single Photon Imaging Detector , IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE , 2016 , VOL. 63, NO. 2, APRIL 2016
7) An FPGA-Based Pulse Pile-up Rejection Technique for Photon Counting , CHIN. PHYS. LETT , 2015 , Vol. 32, No. 3,030701、March 20
8) The design of thin gap chamber simulation signal source based , REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS , 2015 , 86, 016116, September 2015
9) The Improved Design of Multi-channel Thin Gap Chamber Simulation Signal , CHINESE OPTICS LETTERS , 2015 , VOL 11(7), 071901(2013)
10) Ghost interference in double-slit experiment with type-II, parametric down-conversion resource , CHINESE OPTICS LETTERS , 2013 , VOL 11(7), 071901(2013)
11) Data Acquisition System for the 3He Position Sensitive , Physics Procedia , 2012 , 37 ( 2012 ), 57-62
12) Fully integrated InGaAs/InP single-photon detector module with gigahertz sine wave gating , REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS , 2012 , 3, 083111 (2012)
13) Neutron Detectors Array System for ICF Experiments , Physics Procedia , 2012 , 37 ( 2012 ), 57-62
 
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