Du JiangbinResearch fellow

Address:上海市东川路800号电信群楼4-137

Phone:+86 21 34204316

Email:dujiangbing@sjtu.edu.cn

Research Center:Institute of Local Fiber-Optical Communication Networks and Advanced Optical Communication

Personal Home Page:http://cip.sjtu.edu.cn/www/index.php/teacher/dujia

Biography

Jiangbing DU received B.S. (02-05) and M.S. (05-08) degrees respectively from College of Physics and Institute of Modern Optics, Nankai University, Tianjin, China. He obtained his PhD degree (08-11) in Electronic Engineering from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was with Huawei technologies from 2011 to 2012. He joined Shanghai Jiao Tong University as an assistant professor since 2012, and became an associate professor since 2013.

Dr. DU is a senior member of IEEE and OSA. He is the author or coauthor of over 150 journal and conference papers. He is the principle investigator (PI) of several projects including NSFC major/general/young programs, STCSM major program and so on. He has served as TPC/LOC member in a variety of academic conferences, such as ACP, ICOCN, and so on.

ResearchDirection
Optical signal processing, optical interconnection.
Project

1) NSFC General Program (2018-2021): Ultra-low noise high-order Raman amplification for mode-division-multiplexed optical transmission

2) NSFC General Program (2016-2019): Multi-dimensional Carrierless Amplitude Phase (CAP) modulation for next-generation parallel optical interconnection;

3) Shanghai STCSM Major “Technology Innovation Project” (2015-2017): Ultra-low power and ultra-high speed optoelectronic interconnection for next generation IoT data communications;

4) NSFC Young Scientist Program (2013-2016): Study on parametric optical signal processing technologies for high speed and wideband laser frequency sweeping.

Selected Publications

1) Lin Sun, Jiangbing Du*, Jiacheng Liu, Bin Chen, Ke Xu, Bo Liu, Chao Lu, and Zuyuaun He, “Intelligent 2-dimensional soft decision enabled by k-means clustering for VCSEL-based 112-Gbps PAM-4 and PAM-8 optical interconnection,” IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technol., (2019) (Accept)

2) Yingjie Liu, Ke Xu*, Shuai Wang, Weihong Shen, Hucheng Xie, Yujie Wang, Shumin Xiao, Yong Yao, Jiangbing Du*, Zuyuan He, and Qinghai Song, “Arbitrarily routed mode-division multiplexed photonic circuits for dense integration,” Nature communications, 10(1), 3263 (2019)

3) Jiaxiong Li, Jiangbing Du*, Lulu Wang, Shoulin Jiang, Lin Ma, Chengkun Cai, Long Zhu, Andong Wang, Ming-Jun Li, Chen Hao, Jian Wang, and Zuyuan He, “Experimental demonstration of few-mode Raman amplifier with flat gain covering 1530-1605 nm,” Optics Letters, 43(18), 4530-4533 (2018)

4) Jiangbing Du*, Lifang Zheng, Ke Xu, Guoyao Chen, Lin Ma, Yinping Liu, and Zuyuan He, "High speed and small footprint silicon micro-ring modulator assembly for space-division-multiplexed 100-Gbps optical interconnection," Optics Express 26, 13721-13729 (2018)

5) Guoyao Chen, Jiangbing Du*, Lin Sun, Wenjia Zhang, Ke Xu, Xia Chen, Graham T. Reed, and Zuyuan He, “Nonlinear Distortion Mitigation by Machine learning of SVM classification for PAM-4 and PAM-8 modulated optical interconnection,” IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technol., 36(3) 650-657 (2018) (Popular article)

6) Jiaxiong Li, Jiangbing Du*, Lin Ma, Ming-Jun Li, Ke Xu, and Zuyuan He "Second-order few-mode Raman amplifier for mode-division multiplexed optical communication systems," Optics Express 25 (2), 810-820 (2017) (Most downloaded paper)

7) Jiangbing Du*, Lu Li, Xinyu Fan, Qingwen Liu and Zuyuan He, "Sensitivity Enhancement for Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors by Four Wave Mixing," Photonics 2015, 2(2), 426-439 (2015) (Invited Review)

8) Jiangbing Du* and Zuyuan He, “FBG sensor for strain measurement with enhanced sensitivity by using degenerated FWM in highly nonlinear fibre,” Electron. Lett. 22, 1399-1401 (2013) (Featured article)

9) Jiangxiong Li, Chengkun Cai, Jiangbing Du*, et. al., “First demonstration of second-order few-mode Raman amplified ultra-low-noise transmission of WDM/MDM QPSK signals over 100-km FMF,” in Asia Communications and Photonics Conference, OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2017), paper Su2B.4 (2017) (Post Deadline Paper)