# Qi Feng

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## Pub CategoriesPhysics - Materials Science (6) Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (4) Mathematics - Probability (2) Physics - Optics (2) Mathematics - Differential Geometry (1) Physics - Physics and Society (1) Mathematics - Logic (1) Computer Science - Information Theory (1) Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) Mathematics - Information Theory (1) |

## Publications Authored By Qi Feng

The integration of different two-dimensional materials within a multilayer van der Waals (vdW) heterostructure offers a promising technology for realizing high performance opto-electronic devices such as photodetectors and light sources1-3. Transition metal dichalcogenides, e.g. Read More

Imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes (IACTs) are sensitive to rare gamma-ray photons, buried in the background of charged cosmic-ray (CR) particles, the flux of which is several orders of magnitude greater. The ability to separate gamma rays from CR particles is important, as it is directly related to the sensitivity of the instrument. This gamma-ray/CR-particle classification problem in IACT data analysis can be treated with the rapidly-advancing machine learning algorithms, which have the potential to outperform the traditional box-cut methods on image parameters. Read More

We show a phase-locked array of three quantum cascade lasers with an integrated Talbot cavity at one side of the laser array. The coupling scheme is called diffraction coupling. By controlling the length of Talbot to be a quarter of Talbot distance (Zt/4), in-phase mode operation can be selected. Read More

**Authors:**Faguang Yan, Dong Zhang, Wengang Luo, PingAn Hu, Qi Feng, Chao Shen, Xia Wei, Kai Chang, Kaiyou Wang

We investigated the electronic and optoelectronic properties of vertical van der Waals heterostructure photodetectors using layered p type GaSe and n type InSe, with graphene as the transparent electrodes. Not only the photocurrent peaks from the layered GaSe and InSe themselves were observed, also the interlayer optical transition peak was observed, which is consistent with the first-principles calculation. The built-in electric field between p-n heterojunction and the advantage of the graphene electrodes can effectively separate the photo-induced electron-hole pairs, and thus lead to the response time down to 160 {\mu}s. Read More

Vector orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (V-OFDM) is a general system that builds a bridge between OFDM and single-carrier frequency domain equalization in terms of intersymbol interference and receiver complexity. In this paper, we investigate the sparse multipath channel estimation and decoding for broadband V-OFDM systems. Unlike the non-sparse channel estimation, sparse channel estimation only needs to recover the nonzero taps with reduced complexity. Read More

Atomically thin layered two-dimensional materials, including transition-metal dichacolgenide (TMDC) and black phosphorus (BP), (1) have been receiving much attention, because of their promising physical properties and potential applications in flexible and transparent electronic devices . Here, for the first time we show non-volatile chargetrap memory devices, based on field-effect transistors with large hysteresis, consisting of a few-layer black phosphorus channel and a three dimensional (3D) Al2O3 /HfO2 /Al2O3 charge-trap gate stack. An unprecedented memory window exceeding 12 V is observed, due to the extraordinary trapping ability of HfO2. Read More

We develop a Malliavin calculus on the horizontal path space of a totally geodesic Riemannian foliation. As a first application, under suitable assumptions, we prove a log-Sobolev inequality for a natural one-parameter family of infinite-dimensional Ornstein-Uhlenbeck type operators. As a second application, we obtain concentration and tail estimates for the horizontal Brownian motion of the foliation. Read More

In order to increase the response speed of the InSe-based photodetector with high photoresponsivity, graphene is used as the transparent electrodes to modify the difference of the work function between the electrodes and the InSe. As expected, the response speed of InSe/graphene photodetectors is down to 120 {\mu}s, which is about 40 times faster than that of our InSe/metal device. And it can also be tuned by the back-gate voltage from 310 {\mu}s down to 100 {\mu}s. Read More

Room temperature ferromagnetism was observed in In$_2$O$_3 thin films doped with 5 at.% vanadium, prepared by pulsed laser deposition at substrate temperatures ranging from 300 to 600 $\,^{\circ}{\rm C}$. X-ray absorption fine structure measurement indicated that vanadium was substitutionally dissolved in the In$_2$O$_3$ host lattice, thus excluding the existence of secondary phases of vanadium compounds. Read More

We have observed room temperature ferromagnetism (FM) in In$_2$O$_3$ thin films doped with either 5 at.% Mn or Fe, prepared by pulsed laser deposition (PLD) at substrate temperatures ranging from 300 to 600$\,^{\circ}{\rm C}$. The dependence of saturation magnetization on grain size was investigated for both types of In$_2$O$_3$ films. Read More

We study the Taylor expansion for the solution of a differential equation driven by $p$-rough paths with $p>2$. We will prove a general theorem concerning the convergence of the Taylor expansion on a nonempty interval provided that the vector fields are analytic on a ball centered at the initial point. We will also derive criteria that enable us to study the rate of convergence of the Taylor expansion. Read More

Films of oxides doped with transition metals are frequently believed to have magnetic inclusions. Magnetic methods to determine the amount of nanophases and their magnetic characteristics are described. The amount of the sample that is paramagnetic may also be measured. Read More

Multilayer films of ZnO with Co were deposited on glass substrates then annealed in a vacuum. The magnetisation of the films increased with annealing but not the magnitude of the magneto-optical signals. The dielectric functions for the films were calculated using the MCD spectra. Read More

The community structure and motif-modular-network hierarchy are of great importance for understanding the relationship between structures and functions. In this paper, we investigate the distribution of clique-degree, which is an extension of degree and can be used to measure the density of cliques in networks. The empirical studies indicate the extensive existence of power-law clique-degree distributions in various real networks, and the power-law exponent decreases with the increasing of clique size. Read More

We study projective stationary sets. The Projective Stationary Reflection principle is the statement that every projective stationary set contains an increasing continuous $\in$--chain of length $\omega_1$. We show that if Martin's Maximum holds, then the Projective Stationary Reflection Principle holds. Read More