Dr Lei Su
BSc, MRes, PhD, FHEA
Research Group News
Queen Mary Researchers demonstrated continuous transmission of high-density spatial information through an evolving single multimode fibre using deep learning26 February 2021
Continuous transmission of high-spatial-density information accurately through a standard multimode optical fibre was previously deemed impossible, due to the high variability presented in multimode fibre information channels over time. Researchers at Queen Mary University of London demonstrated a deep-learning enabled high-spatial-density information transmission scheme for standard multimode optical fibres, where … [more]
Many congratulations to Michael, who successfully defended his PhD thesis in January, 2021. Michael's thesis is titled "Spatial information transmission through a multimode fibre". Michael's PhD was funded by a QMUL PhD studentship and was supervised by Dr Lei Su and Prof Wen Wang. During his PhD, Michael has experimentally demonstrated … [more]
Lei Su's Group was awarded £300K by EPSRC to develop scalable manufacturing technologies for single-crystal perovskite optoelectronics. A proof-of-concept controllable and scalable manufacturing process will be delivered, to fabricate wafer-size single-crystal perovskite thin films based optoelectronic devices. [more]
Many congratulations to Jinshuai, who successfully defended his PhD thesis in November, 2020. Jinshuai's thesis is titled "Synthesis and Optoelectronic Study of Geometry-Confined Lead Halide Perovskite Monocrystalline Thin Films". Jinshuai was funded by a CSC-QMUL PhD studentship and was supervised by Dr Lei Su and Prof Martin Knight. During his PhD, … [more]
Queen Mary researchers develop non-distructive single-crystal perovskite surface nanopatterning technologies25 September 2020
Single-crystalline perovskites are widely regarded as the future semiconductor materials and will be the next big wave in optoelectronics. To manufacture high-quality single-crystal perovskite optoelectronics, non-destructive surface nanopatterning technologies are required. Conventional photolithography-based nanopatterning methods cannot be used due to perovskite’s sensitivity to high temperature and solvents. Researchers at … [more]
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Conference Council regularly review the Society's meetings portfolio, including major conferences in the field of Photonics. The Conference Council is also responsible for reviewing and approving requests for technical co-sponsorship, Chairs and Representatives for selected conferences, and location and venue selections for the … [more]
Following the 2019 Promotion Round we are very pleased to announce that eleven members of staff from SEMS have been promoted. This is a fantastic achievement that demonstrates the quality of work undertaken by staff in the School. In particular congratulations to our three new Professors - Julien Gautrot, Steffi Krause … [more]
Congratulations to Dr Luming Zhao, who has been awarded a two-year H2020 Marie Curie Fellowship (€200k), supervised by Dr Lei Su, Prof Martin Knight and Dr Manoj Ramachandran. He will develop novel compact optical fibre lasers for clinical imaging and laser surgery. [more]
[16/12/2020] We are looking for a postdoctoral research associate (web link)
[07/09/2018] Welcome Yongfeng to the group.
[05/03/2018] Welcome Prof Luming Zhao, Dr Haitao Huang and Dr Lei Li to join the group.
[18/02/2018] Research Away Day in Richmond Park
[07/02/2018] PhD Studentship Available: We have one fully funded QMUL PhD studentship in physics, optoelectronics, or photonics. Interesting applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Lei Su as soon as possible.
[16/10/2017]: Welcome Tianrui to the group!
[05/10/2017]: Welcome Pengfei to the group!
[19/04/2017]: Our research work on a new power-flow theory for multimode optical fibre and beam tuning has been published on Nature Publishing Group Scientific Reports, "Power Flow in a Large-Core Multimode Fiber under External Perturbation and its Applications". A copy of the paper can be downloaded here.
[22/03/2017]: Our research work on imaging through turbid media has been published on OSA Applied Optics, "Lensless wide-field single-shot imaging through turbid media based on object-modulated speckles". A copy of the paper can be downloaded here.
[29/01/2017]: 2017 Chinese New Year Celebration in Kingston
[06/12/2016]: 2016 Christmas dinner
[05/12/2016]: Welcome Jiajia to the group!
[26/11/2016]: Welcome Haimei to the group!
[09/11/2016]: Michael presented in IGT Network+ Meeting in Edinburgh.
[07/11/2016] PhD Studentship Available: We have funding available for a PhD studentship in biomedical optics, optical sensing, fibre optics or imaging. Interesting applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Lei Su as soon as possible.
[01/11/2016]: Welcome Karen to join the group!
[10/10/2016]: Lei Su serves as the symposium chair for the Mega Conference: CLEO-PR, OECC, and PGC 2017 in Singapore. Details about the conference can be found here.
[03/10/2016]: Welcome Jinshuai to join the group!
[19/09/2016]: Welcome Michael to join the group!
[17/05/2016]: Lei Su serves as a member of the Network Management Group of the newly formed EPSRC UK Image-Guided Therapy (IGT) Network+, representing QMUL.
[10/05/2016]: We received QMUL Innovation Fund (£10k) to develop a new imaging optical fibre
[09/05/2016]: Our research on the sensitivity enhancement of optical fibre speckle sensors was published on Optics Express, "Investigation on sensitivity enhancement for optical fiber speckle sensors". A copy of the paper can be downloaded from here.
[27/04/2016]: Lei Su serves as TPC for ICOCN 2016, Hangzhou, China.
[20/03/2016]: Lei Su serves as TPC for APOS 2016, Shanghai, China.
[24/02/2016] : Our research on plasmonic trapping of gold-nanoparticle dimers was published on Optics Express. A copy of the paper can be downloaded from here.
[11/01/2016] : Welcome Lipei to join the group!
[04/12/2015] PhD Studentship Available: We have funding available for a PhD studentship in biomedical optics, optical sensing, fibre optics or imaging. Interesting applicants are encouraged to contact Dr Lei Su as soon as possible.