Prof. Ren-Min Ma

 Ren-Min Ma 马仁敏

Middle 406, School of Physics,

Peking University, Beijing 100871

Phone: +86 10 6276 0275

Email: renminma@pku.edu.cn

Group website: http://www.phy.pku.edu.cn/~renminma/

 

Research Experiences                                                                                                                    

2014/03‐present      

Assistant Professor

School of Physics

State Key Lab for Mesoscopic Physics

Collaborative innovation center of quantum matters

Peking University

 

 

2009/08‐2014/03                       

Postdoctoral Research Fellow,

University of California, Berkeley

 

2004/09‐2009/08

Graduate Student Research Assistant

Peking University

 

Research Interest

 

Nanoscale lasers and physics, quantum optics and photonics, nanoelectronics and biochemical sensors.   

 

Education                                                                                                                                         

 

July 2009    Ph.D. in Physics                              Peking University

July 2004    B.S. in Applied Physics              

University of Science and Technology Beijing

 

Selected Honors and Awards                                                                                                       

 

2014:  The Recruitment Program of Global Youth Experts

2011: National Top 100 Ph.D. Dissertations of China (among all fields)

2011: Excellent Ph.D. Dissertation of Peking University

2009: Outstanding Graduate of Peking University                                                                          

2008: Chinese Physical Society Qi‐Sun Ye Experimental Physics Award

2008: Top Ten Graduate Researcher of Peking University (First Place)   

2007: Academic Innovation Award, Peking University   

2007: Chinese Academy of Science Scholarship

 2007: First‐Class Prize, the 5th S. B. Zhong Education Fund Graduate Forum

 

Representative Publications                            

 

1.   R. M. Ma et al. “Explosive Detection in a Lasing Plasmon Nanocavity  

         Nature Nanotechnology  9, (2014) 600.

        Highlighted by: Optics and Photonics News, Azosensors, Nanotechweb and KTVU etc.

 

2.   R. M. Ma et al. “Plasmon lasers: coherent light source at molecular scales”   

         Laser & Photonics Reviews 7 (2013) 1.

 

 

3.   R. M. Ma et al. Multiplexed and Electrically Modulated Plasmon Laser Circuit

         Nano Letters 12 (2012) 5396

         Highlighted by:

         Scientific American 'Atomic Toolbox: Manufacturing at the Nanoscale'

         C&EN 'Researchers Build Compact Optical Circuit'

         UC Research 'Pushing innovations to industry's doorstep'

 

4.   R. M. Ma et al. “Room temperature sub‐diffraction‐limited plasmon laser by total internal

          reflection

         Nature Materials 10 (2011) 110.

         Highlighted by:

         Science 'Ever-Smaller Lasers Pave the Way For Data Highways Made of Light' 328 (2009) 810

         Science “Spotlight on Plasmon Lasers” 333 (2011) 709

         MIT Technology Review “NanoLasers Heat Up”  Jan. 13, 2011

         Materials Today “Plasmon lasers at room temperature” Feb. 15, 2011

         Nano Today “Nano-Laser” Feb. 4, 2011

           

5.   R. M. Ma et al. “Light coupling and modulation in coupled nanowire Ring‐Fabry‐Perot cavity”

          Nano Letters 9 (2009) 2697.

          Highlighted by:

          NatureChina 'Nanodevices: Ring Cavity'

 

6.   R. F. Oulton, V. J. Sorger, T. Zentgraf, R. M. Ma et al. “Plasmon lasers at deep subwavelength     

 

 

       scale”

       Nature, 461 (2009) 629.   

       Highlighted by:               

       Nature “Lasers go nano” 461 (2009) 604

       Science “Ever-Smaller Lasers Pave the Way For Data Highways Made of Light ” 328 (2009) 810

       Nature Photonics “Birth of the nanolaser” 3 (2009) 545

          Nature Nanotechnology “Lasers go beyond diffraction limit” 4 (2009) 706

       MIT Technology Review “Year of the Laser” Vol. 1, p.26-31, Mar 2010

7.   R. M. Ma et al. “High‐Performance Logic Circuits Constructed on Single CdS Nanowires

       Nano Letters 7 (2007) 3300.

 

8.   R. M. Ma et al. “High‐Performance NanoSchottky Diodes and Nano‐MESFETs Made on Single

         CdS Nanobelts”

         Nano Letters 7 (2007) 868.

 

Patent                                                                                                                                            

 

1.      “Plasmon lasers at deep subwavelength scale”

          Xiang Zhang, Volker Sorger, Rupert Oulton and Ren-Min Ma. US Patent No. US 8,509,276 B2, 2013.

 

2.    “Waveguide embedded plasmon laser with multiplexing and electrical modulation”

        Ren-Min Ma and Xiang Zhang, U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 14/052,504

 

        

 

 Ren-Min Ma 马仁敏

Middle 406, School of Physics,

Peking University, Beijing 100871

Phone: +86 10 6276 0275

Email: renminma@pku.edu.cn

Group website: http://www.phy.pku.edu.cn/~renminma/

 

Research Experiences                                                                                                                    

2014/03‐present      

Assistant Professor

School of Physics

State Key Lab for Mesoscopic Physics

Collaborative innovation center of quantum matters

Peking University

 

 

2009/08‐2014/03                       

Postdoctoral Research Fellow,

University of California, Berkeley

 

2004/09‐2009/08

Graduate Student Research Assistant

Peking University

 

Research Interest

 

Nanoscale lasers and physics, quantum optics and photonics, nanoelectronics and biochemical sensors.   

 

Education                                                                                                                                         

 

July 2009    Ph.D. in Physics                              Peking University

July 2004    B.S. in Applied Physics              

University of Science and Technology Beijing

 

Selected Honors and Awards                                                                                                       

 

2014:  The Recruitment Program of Global Youth Experts

2011: National Top 100 Ph.D. Dissertations of China (among all fields)

2011: Excellent Ph.D. Dissertation of Peking University

2009: Outstanding Graduate of Peking University                                                                          

2008: Chinese Physical Society Qi‐Sun Ye Experimental Physics Award

2008: Top Ten Graduate Researcher of Peking University (First Place)   

2007: Academic Innovation Award, Peking University   

2007: Chinese Academy of Science Scholarship

 2007: First‐Class Prize, the 5th S. B. Zhong Education Fund Graduate Forum

 

Representative Publications                            

 

1.   R. M. Ma et al. “Explosive Detection in a Lasing Plasmon Nanocavity  

         Nature Nanotechnology  9, (2014) 600.

        Highlighted by: Optics and Photonics News, Azosensors, Nanotechweb and KTVU etc.

 

2.   R. M. Ma et al. “Plasmon lasers: coherent light source at molecular scales”   

         Laser & Photonics Reviews 7 (2013) 1.

 

 

3.   R. M. Ma et al. Multiplexed and Electrically Modulated Plasmon Laser Circuit

         Nano Letters 12 (2012) 5396

         Highlighted by:

         Scientific American 'Atomic Toolbox: Manufacturing at the Nanoscale'

         C&EN 'Researchers Build Compact Optical Circuit'

         UC Research 'Pushing innovations to industry's doorstep'

 

4.   R. M. Ma et al. “Room temperature sub‐diffraction‐limited plasmon laser by total internal

          reflection

         Nature Materials 10 (2011) 110.

         Highlighted by:

         Science 'Ever-Smaller Lasers Pave the Way For Data Highways Made of Light' 328 (2009) 810

         Science “Spotlight on Plasmon Lasers” 333 (2011) 709

         MIT Technology Review “NanoLasers Heat Up”  Jan. 13, 2011

         Materials Today “Plasmon lasers at room temperature” Feb. 15, 2011

         Nano Today “Nano-Laser” Feb. 4, 2011

           

5.   R. M. Ma et al. “Light coupling and modulation in coupled nanowire Ring‐Fabry‐Perot cavity”

          Nano Letters 9 (2009) 2697.

          Highlighted by:

          NatureChina 'Nanodevices: Ring Cavity'

 

6.   R. F. Oulton, V. J. Sorger, T. Zentgraf, R. M. Ma et al. “Plasmon lasers at deep subwavelength     

 

 

       scale”

       Nature, 461 (2009) 629.   

       Highlighted by:               

       Nature “Lasers go nano” 461 (2009) 604

       Science “Ever-Smaller Lasers Pave the Way For Data Highways Made of Light ” 328 (2009) 810

       Nature Photonics “Birth of the nanolaser” 3 (2009) 545

          Nature Nanotechnology “Lasers go beyond diffraction limit” 4 (2009) 706

       MIT Technology Review “Year of the Laser” Vol. 1, p.26-31, Mar 2010

7.   R. M. Ma et al. “High‐Performance Logic Circuits Constructed on Single CdS Nanowires

       Nano Letters 7 (2007) 3300.

 

8.   R. M. Ma et al. “High‐Performance NanoSchottky Diodes and Nano‐MESFETs Made on Single

         CdS Nanobelts”

         Nano Letters 7 (2007) 868.

 

Patent                                                                                                                                            

 

1.      “Plasmon lasers at deep subwavelength scale”

          Xiang Zhang, Volker Sorger, Rupert Oulton and Ren-Min Ma. US Patent No. US 8,509,276 B2, 2013.

 

2.    “Waveguide embedded plasmon laser with multiplexing and electrical modulation”

        Ren-Min Ma and Xiang Zhang, U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 14/052,504