Dr XIAO Yin

Department of Electronic and Information Engineering

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Email: yinxiao@polyu.edu.hk    

Tel.: +852-3400 3554

Fax: +852-2362 8439  

 

Dr Xiao Yin received his Ph.D. degree from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) in 2020. He is currently a Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering (EIE) in PolyU. He was a Research Assistant (07/2019-06/2020), Research Associate (07/2020-12/2020) and Postdoctoral Fellow (01/2021-04/2022) at EIE in PolyU. His current research interests include optical imaging, free-space optical data transmission, information photonics and artificial intelligence in photonics.

 

Professional Experiences

·         05/2022–Present      Research Assistant Professor The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

·         01/2021–04/2022     Postdoctoral Fellow               The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

·         07/2020–12/2020     Research Associate                The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

·         07/2019–06/2020     Research Assistant                 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

 

Research Interests

·         Optical Imaging

·         Free-Space Optical Data Transmission

·         Information Photonics

·         Artificial Intelligence in Photonics

 

 

Refereed Journal Papers

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.hk/citations?user=u6wnz8YAAAAJ&hl=en

   [1]        Yonggui Cao, Yin Xiao, Zilan Pan, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Direct generation of 2D arrays of random numbers for high-fidelity optical ghost diffraction and information transmission through scattering media,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 158, 107141 (8pp), 2022. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

   [2]        Zilan Pan, Yin Xiao, Yonggui Cao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Accurate optical information transmission through thick tissues using zero-frequency modulation and single-pixel detection,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 158, 107133 (7pp), 2022. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

   [3]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “High-efficiency and high-fidelity optical signal transmission in free space through scattering media using 2D random amplitude-only patterns and look-up table,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 155, 107059(5pp), 2022. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

   [4]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, Zilan Pan, Yonggui Cao, and Wen Chen, “Physically-secured high-fidelity free-space optical data transmission through scattering media using dynamic scaling factors,” Optics Express, 30(5), 8186–8198, 2022. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

   [5]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, Zilan Pan, Yonggui Cao, and Wen Chen, “Visual Cryptography Using Binary Amplitude-Only Holograms [Invited],” Frontiers in Photonics, 2, 821304(10pp), 2022.

   [6]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, Zilan Pan, Yonggui Cao, and Wen Chen, “Physically-enhanced ghost encoding,” Optics Letters, 47(2), 433–436, 2022. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

   [7]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, Zilan Pan, Yonggui Cao, Mo Yang, and Wen Chen, “Analog ghost hidden in 2D random binary patterns for free-space optical data transmission,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 150, 106880(5pp), 2022. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

   [8]        Zilan Pan, Yin Xiao, Yonggui Cao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Optical analog-signal transmission and retrieval through turbid water,” Applied Optics, 60(34), 10704–10713, 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q2) (Editors' Pick)

   [9]        Zilan Pan, Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, Yonggui Cao, Mo Yang, and Wen Chen, “Non-line-of-sight optical information transmission through turbid water,” Optics Express, 29(24), 39498-39510, 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[10]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, Zilan Pan, Yonggui Cao, and Wen Chen, “Optical hiding based on single-input multiple-output and binary amplitude-only holograms via the modified Gerchberg-Saxton algorithm,” Optics Express, 29(16), 25675–25696, 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[11]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “High-fidelity ghost diffraction and transmission in free space through scattering media,” Applied Physics Letters, 118(10), 104001(5pp), 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[12]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Learning-based optical authentication in complex scattering media,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 141, 106570(10pp), 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[13]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Optical information authentication using phase-only patterns with single-pixel optical detection,” Applied Optics, 60(10), B1–B7, 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q2)

[14]        Yin Xiao and Wen Chen, “High-fidelity optical transmission around the corner,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 33(1), 3–6, 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q2)

[15]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Wavefront control through multi-layer scattering media using single-pixel detector for high-PSNR optical transmission,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 139, 106453(6pp), 2021. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[16]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Learning complex scattering media for optical encryption,” Optics Letters, 45(18), 5279–5282, 2020. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[17]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Secured single-pixel ghost holography,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 128, 106045(14pp), 2020. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[18]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Learning-based attacks for detecting the vulnerability of computer-generated hologram based optical encryption,” Optics Express, 28(2), 2499–2510, 2020. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[19]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Vulnerability to machine learning attacks of optical encryption based on diffractive imaging,” Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 125, 105858 (6pp), 2020. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[20]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Single-pixel imaging authentication using sparse Hadamard spectrum coefficients,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 31(24), 1975–1978, 2019. (Web of Science JCR Q2)

[21]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Machine-learning attacks on interference-based optical encryption: experimental demonstration,” Optics Express, 27(18), 26143–26154, 2019. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[22]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Imaging through turbid media with vague concentrations based on cosine similarity and convolutional neural network,” IEEE Photonics Journal, 11(4), 7801315 (15pp), 2019. (Web of Science JCR Q2)

[23]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Experimental demonstration of ghost-imaging-based authentication in scattering media,” Optics Express, 27(15), 20558–20566, 2019. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[24]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Direct single-step measurement of Hadamard spectrum using single-pixel optical detection,” IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 31(11), 845–848, 2019. (Web of Science JCR Q2)

[25]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Fourier spectrum retrieval in single-pixel imaging,” IEEE Photonics Journal, 11(2), 7800411(11pp), 2019. (Web of Science JCR Q2)

[26]        Qiuhua Cai, Yin Xiao, Yafei Yu, and Zhiming Zhang, “Mechanical squeezing and photonic anti-bunching in a coupled two-cavity optomechanical system,” Optics Express, 24(18), 20036–20048, 2016. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[27]        Xiaomin Feng, Yin Xiao, Ya-Fei Yu, and Zhi-Ming Zhang, “Pondermotive squeezing and entanglement in a ring cavity with two vibrational mirrors,” Chinese Physics B 24(5), 050301(7pp), 2015. (Web of Science JCR Q3)

[28]        Qin Wu, Yin Xiao, and Zhi-Ming Zhang, “Entanglements in a coupled cavity–array with one oscillating end-mirror,” Chinese Physics B, 24(10), 104208(7pp), 2015. (Web of Science JCR Q3)

[29]        Yin Xiao, Ya-Fei Yu, and Zhi-Ming Zhang, “Controllable optomechanically induced transparency and ponderomotive squeezing in an optomechanical system assisted by an atomic ensemble,” Optics Express, 22(15), 17979–17989, 2014. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[30]        Pengcheng Ma, Yin Xiao, Yafei Yu, and Zhiming Zhang, “Microwave field controlled slow and fast light with a coupled system consisting of a nanomechanical resonator and a Cooper-pair box,” Optics Express, 22(3), 3621–3628, 2014. (Web of Science JCR Q1)

[31]        Peng-Cheng Ma, Jian-Qi Zhang, Yin Xiao, Mang Feng, and Zhiming Zhang, “Tunable double optomechanically induced transparency in an optomechanical system,” Physical Review A, 90(4), 043825(6pp), 2014. (Web of Science JCR Q1, more than 190 citations in Google Scholar)

 

Conference Papers

   [1]        Yonggui Cao, Yin Xiao, Zilan Pan, and Wen Chen, “2D arrays of random numbers as holograms for optical data transmission through scattering media in free space,” Optica Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, OPTICA, 11 – 15 July 2022, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

   [2]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Learning enabled optical encryption in complex scattering media,” The 43rd PhotonIcs and Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS), IEEE Xplore, 21– 25 November 2021, Hangzhou, China.

   [3]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “High-quality object reconstruction based on ghost imaging,” Photonics and Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS2019), IEEE Xplore, 17–20 December 2019, Xiamen, China.

   [4]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Off-axis digital hologram retrieval based on single-pixel optical imaging,” OSA Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, OSA Publishing, 24–27 June 2019, Munich, Germany.

   [5]        Yin Xiao, Lina Zhou, and Wen Chen, “Multiple-plane object reconstruction using single-pixel digital holography,” IEEE 28th International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (IEEE ISIE 2019), IEEE Xplore, 12–14 June 2019, Vancouver, Canada.

   [6]        Yin Xiao and Wen Chen, “Fast and high-quality object reconstruction based on Fourier spectrum acquisition in single-pixel imaging,” Pacific Rim Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO-Pacific Rim), 29 July–3 August 2018, Hong Kong.

   [7]        Yin Xiao and Wen Chen, “Image reconstruction using single-pixel color ghost imaging,” Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium, IEEE Xplore, 19–22 November 2017, Singapore.

   [8]        Yin Xiao and Wen Chen, “Information retrieval based on single-pixel optical imaging with quick-response code,” 2017 9th International Conference on Graphic and Image Processing (ICGIP2017), SPIE, 14–16 October 2017, Qingdao, China.

   [9]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Image recovery through turbid water under wide distance ranges,” International Conference on Optical and Photonic Engineering (icOPEN 2019), Proceedings of SPIE, 16–20 July 2019, Phuket, Thailand.

[10]        Peifeng Wang, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “A simple authentication-based optical security method,” International Conference on Optical and Photonic Engineering (icOPEN 2019), Proceedings of SPIE, 16–20 July 2019, Phuket, Thailand.

[11]        Lina Zhou, Yin Xiao, and Wen Chen, “Learning based holographic reconstruction through a diffuser,” PhotonIcs & Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2019), IEEE Xplore, 17–20 June 2019, Rome, Italy.

Professional Services

I am an active reviewer for the following international journals:

·         Light: Science & Applications (Springer Nature)

·         Optics and Lasers in Engineering (Elsevier)

·         Optics Express

·         Scientific Reports

·         Applied Optics

·         IEEE Access