Job Title: Professor
School/Institute:State Key Lab of Quantum Optics and Quantum Optics Devices, Institute of Laser Spectroscopy, Shanxi University, Taiyuan
MEI Feng is a professor at State Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics and Quantum Optics Devices, Institute of Laser Spectroscopy, Shanxi University. He has been selected as an young talent of the Shanxi Province "SanJin Talents" Support Program and has presided over several national funds. His research recently has been focusing on synthetic topological phases of matter in superconducting quantum circuits, ultracold atoms and photonic systems, inlcuding devising quantum alorgrithms to programme topological phases on quantum processors and devloping novel protocols and methods to generate and probe exotic topological phases.
 2007.09 to 2012.06
South China Normal University, Laboratory of Photonic Information Technolog，Physics, Doctoral degree.
 2010.08 to 2012.06
National University of Singapore, Centre for Quantum Technologies, Physics,
Jointed Ph. D degeree.
 2003.09 to 2007.06
Henan Normal University, Department of Physics, Physics, Bachelor degeree.
 Topological phases of matter in ultracold atoms systems;
 Topological phases of matter in superconducting circuits;
 Topological physics in cavity-based quantum optics systems.
 2016.10-Now: Institute of Laser Spectroscopy, Shanxi University, Professor
 2015.9-2016.9: Sun Yat-Sen University, Associated Research Professor
 2012.08-2015.8:National University of Singapore and University of California Merced, Postdoctor
Grants and Projects:
 The National Natural Science Foundation of China: “Quantum and Nonlinear Correlations in Non-Hermitian Systems”, Grant No. 12161141018, 2021/10-2024/12.
 The National Natural Science Foundation of China: “Preparation and manipulation of ulrtacold moleculse qubits”, Grant No. 12034012, 2021/01-2025/12.
 The National Natural Science Foundation of China: “Topological phases of matter in superconducting circuits”, Grant No. 12074234, 2021/01-2024/12.
 The National Natural Science Foundation of China: “Topological phases of matter in ultracold atoms systems”, Grant No. 11604392, 2021/01-2024/12.
 Feng Mei*,Qihao Guo, Ya-Fei Yu, Liantuan Xiao, Shi-Liang Zhu*, Suotang Jia ; Digital Simulation of Topological Matter on Programmable Quantum Processors, Physical Review Letters, 2020, 125(16): 0-160503.
 W. Cai, J. Han, Feng Mei*, Y. Xu, Y. Ma, X. Li, H. Wang, Y.P. Song, Z.Y. Xue, Z.Q. Yin. Suotang Jia, Luyan Sun*, Observation of Topological Magnon Insulator States in a Superconducting Circuit, Physical Review Letters, 2019, 123(8): 0-080501.
 Yao Wang, Yong-Heng Lu, Feng Mei*, Jun Gao, Zhan-Ming Li, Hang Tang, Shi-Liang Zhu, Suotang Jia, Xian-Min Jin*; Direct Observation of Topology from Single-Photon Dynamics, Physical Review Letters, 2019, 122(19): 0-193903.
 Yuqing Li, Jiahui Zhang, Yifei Wang, Huiying Du, Jizhou Wu, Wenliang Liu,
Feng Mei*; Jie Ma*; Liantuan Xiao; Suotang Jia ; Atom-optically synthetic gauge fields for a noninteracting Bose gas, Light: Science & Applications, 2022, 11(13).
 Yao Wang, Bi-Ye Xie, Yong-Heng Lu, Yi-Jun Chang, Hong-Fei Wang, Jun Gao, Zhi-Qiang Jiao, Zhen Feng, Xiao-Yun Xu; Feng Mei*; Suotang Jia; Ming-Hui Lu*; Xian-Min Jin*; Quantum superposition demonstrated higher-order topological bound states in the continuum, Light: Science and Applications, 2021, 10(1): 0-173.