#### Education

- PhD in Physics, National University of Singapore
- MSc in Physics, Northeast Normal University, China
- BSc in Physics, Northeast Normal University, China

**Research Interests**

Chunfeng’s research mainly focuses on quantum physics, especially quantum information and computation. Specific research areas are

- Quantum optics and its application in quantum computation and simulation
- Quantum correlations
- Quantum decoherence and quantum control

#### Awards & Achievements

- Singapore Millennium Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship (Aug 2006 – Jul 2008)
- Faculty of Science Best Graduate Researcher in Physics of 2005 (NUS, Singapore)
- President Graduate Fellowship of National University of Singapore (Aug 2004 – Jul 2005)

#### Selected Publications

- Y. M. Wang, Y. Su, X. Chen, and C. F. Wu, “Dephasing-Protected Scalable Holonomic Quantum Computation on a Rabi Lattice”,
**Phys. Rev. Appl.**14, 044043 (2020). - C. F. Wu, Y. M. Wang, X. L. Feng, and J. L. Chen, “Holonomic Quantum Computation in Surface Codes”,
**Phys. Rev. Appl.**13, 014055 (2020). - C. F. Wu, Y. M. Wang, C. Guo, Y. K. Ouyang, G. C. Wang, and X. L. Feng, “Initializing a permutation-invariant quantum error-correction code”,
**Phys. Rev. A**99, 012335 (2019). - J. L. Li, G. C. Wang, R. Q. Xiao, C. F. Sun, C. F. Wu, and K. Xue, “Multi-qubit Quantum Rabi Model and Multi-partite Entangled States in a Circuit QED System”,
**Sci. Rep.**9, 1380 (2019). - W. J. Shao, C. F. Wu, and X. L. Feng, “Generalized James’ effective Hamiltonian method”,
**Phys. Rev. A**95, 032124 (2017). - Y. M. Wang, C. Guo, G. Q. Zhang, G. C. Wang, and C. F. Wu, “Ultrafast quantum computation in ultrastrongly coupled circuit QED systems”,
**Sci. Rep.**7, 44251 (2017). - C. F. Wu, C. Guo, Y. M. Wang, G. C. Wang, X. L. Feng, and J. L. Chen, “Generation of Dicke states in the ultrastrong-coupling regime of circuit QED systems”,
**Phys. Rev. A**95, 013845 (2017). - Y. M. Wang, J. Zhang, C. F. Wu, J. Q. You, and G. Romero, “Holonomic quantum computation in the ultrastrong coupling regime of circuit QED”,
**Phys. Rev. A**94, 012328 (2016). - H. Y. Su, C. L. Ren, J. L. Chen, F. L. Zhang, C. F. Wu, Z. P. Xu, M. Gu, S. Vinjanampathy, and L. C. Kwek, “Beating the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt and the Svetlichny games with optimal states”,
**Phys. Rev. A**93, 022110 (2016). - C. F. Sun, G. C. Wang, C. F. Wu, H. D. Liu, X. L. Feng, J. L. Chen, and K. Xue, “Non-adiabatic holonomic quantum computation in linear system-bath coupling”,
**Sci. Rep.**6, 20292 (2016). - C. L. Ren, H. Y. Su, Z. P. Xu, C. F. Wu, and J. L. Chen, “Optimal GHZ Paradox for Three Qubits”,
**Sci. Rep.**5, 13080 (2015). - J. L. Chen, H. Y. Su, Z. P. Xu, Y. C. Wu, C. F. Wu, X. J. Ye, M. Zukowski, and L. C. Kwek, “Beyond Gisin’s Theorem and its Applications: Violation of Local Realism by Two-Party Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering”,
**Sci. Rep.**5, 11624 (2015). - J. L. Chen, A. Cabello, Z. P. Xu, H. Y. Su, C. F. Wu, and L. C. Kwek, “Hardy’s paradox for high-dimensional systems”,
**Phys. Rev. A**88, 062116 (2013). - H. Y. Su, Y. C. Wu, J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, and L. C. Kwek, “Quantum nonlocality of massive qubits in a moving frame”,
**Phys. Rev. A**88, 022124 (2013). - C. F. Wu, J. L. Chen, X. J. Ye, H. Y. Su, D. L. Deng, Z. H Wang, and C. H. Oh, “Test of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering Based on the All-Versus-Nothing Proof”,
**Scientific Reports**4, 4291 (2014). - H. Y. Su, J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, D. L. Deng, and C. H. Oh, “Testing Leggett’s Inequality Using Aharonov-Casher Effect”,
**Scientific Reports**3, 2492 (2013). - J. L. Chen, X. J. Ye, C. F. Wu, H. Y. Su, A. Cabello, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “All-Versus-Nothing Proof of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering”,
**Scientific Reports**3, 2143 (2013). - J. L. Chen, H. Y. Su, C. F. Wu, D. L. Deng,A. Cabello, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “Quantum Contextuality for a Relativistic Spin-1/2Particle”,
**Phys. Rev. A**87, 022109 (2013). - D. L. Deng, C. F. Wu, J. L. Chen, S. J. Gu, S. X. Yu, and C. H. Oh, “Bell nonlocality in conventional and topological quantum phasetransitions”,
**Phys. Rev. A**86, 032305 (2012). - H. Y. Su, J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, S. X. Yu, and C. H. Oh, “Quantum contextuality in a one-dimensional quantumharmonic oscillator”,
**Phys. Rev. A**85, 052126 (2012). - J. L. Chen, D. L. Deng, H. Y. Su, C. F. Wu, and C. H. Oh, “Detecting full N-particle entanglement inarbitrarily-high-dimensional systems with Bell-type inequalities”,
**Phys. Rev. A**83, 022316 (2011). - J. Shen, X. L. Huang, X. X. Yi, C. F. Wu, and C. H. Oh, “Dynamics of quantum-classical hybrid systems:Effect of matter-wave pressure”,
**Phys.Rev. A**82, 062107 (2010). - D. L. Deng, C. F. Wu, J. L. Chen, and C. H. Oh, “Fault-Tolerant Greenberger-Horne-Zeilinger Paradox Based on Non-AbelianAnyons”,
**Phys. Rev. Lett.**105, 060402 (2010). - X. L. Feng, C. F. Wu, H. Sun, and C. H. Oh, “Geometric Entangling Gates in Decoherence-Free Subspaces with MinimalRequirements”,
**Phys. Rev. Lett.**103, 200501 (2009). - H. Sun, X. L. Feng, C. F. Wu, J. M. Liu, S. Q. Gong, and C. H. Oh, “Optical rotation of heavy holespins by non-Abelian geometrical means”,
**Phys. Rev. B**80, 235404 (2009) as an Editorsâ€™ Suggestion. - X. X. Yi, X. L. Huang, C. F. Wu, and C. H. Oh, “Driving quantum systems into decoherence-free subspaces by Lyapunovcontrol”,
**P****hys. Rev. A**80, 052316 (2009). - X. L. Zhang, X. L. Feng, C. F. Wu, and C. H. Oh, “Nongeometricmultiqubit conditional phase gates by adiabatic evolution for trapped ions”,
**Phys. Rev. A**79, 034301 (2009). - C. F. Wu, X.L. Feng, X. X. Yi, I. M. Chen, and C. H. Oh, “Quantum gate operation in the decoherence free subspace of SQUID”,
**Phys. Rev. A**78, 062321 (2008). - X. L. Huang, X. X. Yi, C. F. Wu, X. L. Feng, S. X.Yu, and C. H. Oh, “Effective Hamiltonian approach to open systems and itsapplications”,
**Phys. Rev. A**78,062114 (2008). - J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “Bell inequalities for threeparticles”,
**Phys. Rev. A**78, 032107 (2008). - X. L. Feng, C. F. Wu, C. H. Lai, and C. H. Oh, “Universalquantum computation with trapped ions in thermal motion by adiabaticpassage”,
**Phys. Rev. A**77,062336 (2008). - C. F. Wu, J.L. Chen, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “Correlation-functionBell inequality with improved visibility for three qubits”,
**Phys. Rev. A**77, 062309 (2008). - Z. S. Wang, C. F. Wu, X. L. Feng, L. C. Kwek, C.H. Lai, C. H. Oh, and V. Vedral, “Nonadiabaticgeometric quantum computation”,
**Phys. Rev. A**76, 044303 (2007). - C. F. Wu, Z.S. Wang, X. L. Feng, H. S. Goan, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “Unconventional geometric quantum computationin a two-mode cavity”,
**Phys.Rev. A**76, 024302 (2007). - X. L. Feng, Z. S. Wang, C. F. Wu, L. C. Kwek, C.H. Lai, and C. H. Oh, “Scheme forunconventional geometric quantum computation in cavity QED”,
**Phys. Rev. A**75, 052312 (2007). - C. F. Wu, Y.Yeo, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “Quantumnonlocality of four-qubit entangled states”,
**Phys. Rev. A**75, 032332 (2007). - Z. S. Wang, C. F. Wu, X. L. Feng, L. C. Kwek, C.H. Lai, and C. H. Oh, “Effects ofa squeezed-vacuum reservoir on geometric phase”,
**Phys. Rev. A**75, 024102 (2007). - J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, L. C. Kwek, C. H. Oh, and M.L. Ge, “Violating Bell inequalities maximally for two d-dimensionalsystems”,
**Phys. Rev. A**74,032106 (2006). - C. F. Wu, J.L. Chen, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh, “Quantumnonlocality of N-qubit W state”,
**Phys. Rev. A**73, 012310 (2006). - J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, L. C. Kwek, D. Kaszlikowski,M. Zukowski, and C. H. Oh, “Multi-componentBell inequality and its violation for continuous-variable systems”,
**Phys. Rev. A**71, 032107 (2005). - C. F. Wu, J.L. Chen, L. C. Kwek, C. H. Oh, and K. Xue, “Continuous multipartite entangled state in the Wigner representationand violation of Zukowski-Brunker inequality”,
**Phys. Rev. A**71, 022110 (2005). - J. L. Chen, C. F. Wu, L. C. Kwek, and C. H. Oh,”Gisin’s theorem for three qubits”,
**Phys. Rev. Lett.**93, 140407 (2004).

Postdoctoral fellow and research assistant positions are available. Preferred research areas (theoretical research only) include, but not limited to

- Quantum computation in physical systems.
- Quantum control to mitigate decoherences.
- Quantum machine learning in physical systems.