Prof. Tang is currently in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering since July, 2000. He received his Bachelor degree in Physics from Wuhan University, China, Master degree in Optics from the Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechnics, Chinese Academy of Science, China, and Ph.D. degrees from the Hannover University, Germany,respectively. His research interests include laser physics and engineering, nonlinear optics and dynamics, ultrafast optics, nano optics, and optics communications. He has done excellent research work in his research areas and published over 140 top quality international journal papers. He has been often invited as a committee member or referee and reviewer for a number of premier conferences and journals, including Physical Reveiw Letters, Physical Review A & E, Optics Letters, Optics Express, etc. Dr. Tang is a member of Optical Society of America.
1. G. Q. Xie, D. Y. Tang, J. Kong, and L. J. Qian. (2007). Passive mode-locking of a Nd:YAG ceramic laser by optical interference modulation in a GaAs wafer. Optics Express, 15, 5360-5365.
2. J. Kong, D. Y. Tang, C. C. Chan, J. Lu, K. Ueda, H. Yagi, and T. Yanagitani. (2007). High-efficiency 1040 and 1078nm laser emission of a Yb:Y2O3 ceramic laser with 976 nm diode pumping. Optics Letters, 32, 247-249.
3. D. Y. Tang, L. M. Zhao, G. Q. Xie, and L. J. Qian. (2007). Coexistence and competition between two soliton shaping mechanisms in a fiber laser. Physical Review A, 75.
4. D. Y. Tang, and L. M. Zhao. (2007). Generation of 47fs pulses directly from an erbium-doped fiber laser.Optics Letters, 32, 41-43.
5. L. M. Zhao, D. Y. Tang, T. H. Cheng, and C. Lu. (2007). Ultrashort pulse generation in lasers by nonlinear pulse amplification and compression. Applied Physics Letters, 90(051102).