SPM lab members Tiantian Li and Bing Yin had offcially finshed their research works and graduated from Peking University.
Dr. Tiantian Li entered SPM lab in 2012. Her research interests aim but not limited to the silicon electro-optical modulator area. During her doctoral studying period on campus, she has attended a number of academic meetings and published many meaningful conference proceedings and journal publications. Her graduation thesis title is, The Study of the Silicon Based Electrooptical Modulators with High Linearity and Low Power Consumption.
Master Bing Yin received his B.S. degree from Huazhong University of Science and Technology(HUST), China, in 2011. He researches on silicon based on-chip light source, including theoretical and experimental research in Er/Yb slicate MIS LED and Ge light sources. His graduation thesis Silicon-based Integrated Energy-efficient Laser is widely appreciated and admired.
Congratulations, graduates, on all that you've accomplished, and good luck in all that you'll achieve.