Dr. Wu is a professor and PhD supervisor at College of Optical Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University. He holds a physics doctorial degree from Georgia Tech University and achieved his post-doctorial degree at Stanford University.
Dr. Wu has dedicated to the research of high power solid-state laser, fiber optics, micro optics and optical fiber sensor. Prior to returning back to China, Dr. Wu served as a senior engineer for multiple listed companies in the U.S. and was a senior scientist at NASA, where he developed the micro-optic sensor components for Mars Rover. After his return, Mr. Wu worked as a chief engineer for Futong Group Co., Ltd. He was then given charge of China’s Natural Science Fund, the National High Technology Research and Development Program ("863"Program) of China and more than 10 other scientific development programs. Dr. Wu has published nearly a hundred papers and has achieved 30+ Chinese invention patents, 4 US patent and 1 international patent. He also composed an academic monograph, which is published by Springer.
In 2007, Dr. Wu became the first winner of the second-prize National Award for Science and Technology Progress. He was also a first-prize winner of the 2006 Electronic Information Science and Technology Award of Chinese Institute of Electronics. Dr. Wu possesses profound accomplishment and industrial experiences in the fields of fiber optics and micro optics assembly, for example the soft lithography of micro & nano optical components.