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Cheng Mingjian

School of Physics

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Address: South Taibai Road 2, Xi\'an, Shannxi, China

Email: mjcheng@xidian.edu.cm

Tel: 086-15291578113


Cheng Mingjian, Male, holds a Ph.D. degree and is currently a lecturer and master's supervisor (Optics). He is also a member of the Chinese Electronics Association, S.

Cheng Mingjian graduated with a bachelor's degree in Applied Physics from Jiangnan University in 2013 and obtained his master's degree in Optical Engineering from the same university in 2015. In 2018, he received his Ph.D. degree in Radio Physics from Xidian University and has been teaching there ever since. From 2019 to 2020, he served as a visiting scholar at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom. Currently, he is a key member of the Target and Environmental Optoelectronic Information Perception Research Team led by Professor Guo Lixin. The team has been recognized as an innovation team in key areas by the Ministry of Science and Technology, a key scientific and technological innovation team in Shaanxi Province, a San Qin Scholar team in Shaanxi Province, the first "Excellent and Qualified" graduate tutor team at Xidian University, and the Huang Danian-style teacher team at Xidian University. In addition, he serves as the organizing committee member of the "Red Radio Waves" Party branch of the School of Physics, Xidian University, the secretary of the Complex Environment Optoelectronic Information Perception National "111" Plan Innovation Intelligence Base, and the ideological and political education secretary of the "Infinite Electromagnetic Wave" tutorial team at Xidian University.

In recent years, his research has focused on the transmission and scattering characteristics of electromagnetic/optical waves in complex environments, transmission and scattering modeling of structured light fields, and related applications. He has been the principal investigator or major participant in several provincial and ministerial-level research projects and serves as a special issue editor for Frontier in Physics and Photonics journals. As the first author or corresponding author, he has published over 50 SCI papers in prestigious academic journals, including Photonics Research, Optics Express, Optics & Laser Technology, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, IEEE Photonics Journal, Applied Optics, Journal of the Optical Society of America A, etc. These papers have been cited over 700 times. Additionally, he actively participates in various domestic and international conferences such as SPIE Remote Sensing, IEEE AP& USNC/URSI, IEEE WOCC, ACES, and the Annual Conference on Electromagnetic Waves, where he has delivered oral presentations. He has received the Lv Baowei Young Outstanding Paper Award. The report titled "Research on Visible Light Channel Modeling and Channel Characteristics in Complex Indoor and Outdoor Scenes," which he contributed to, was honored as the Excellent Scientific and Technological Report of Shaanxi Province in 2020.

He focuses on the research of laser communication and remote sensing in open background environments. Their research aims to explore the transmission behavior of structured light in complex open environments and solve the problems of transmission and target scattering modeling of structured light in open environments through a combination of theoretical simulation and experimental measurement. Their goal is to establish the coupling relationship and interaction theory between the optical field and matter (target), thereby achieving significant breakthroughs in laser communication and remote sensing technology in the domestic academic field under open environments.

He has completed several research projects, including the Open Fund of the State Key Laboratory of Pulse Power, the Youth Fund of the Natural Science Foundation of Shaanxi Province, the Youth Fund of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the Youth Teacher Startup Fund of Xidian University. Currently, he is leading and participating in several research projects, including the Basic Research Business Fee Special Project of the University, domain-specific funds, Shanghai Aerospace Science and Technology Fund, and collaborative projects between the University and enterprises.

In addition to his research work, Cheng Mingjian also serves as the lecturer for several courses, including the graduate course "Theory of Structured Light Fields" and undergraduate courses such as "University Physics," "Introduction to University Physics," and "Introduction to Computer Science and Programming." In terms of student guidance, he has supervised multiple master's and Ph.D. students and helped numerous undergraduate students achieve outstanding graduation theses, providing valuable support and guidance for their academic development.


Research Interests
  1. Research on the Transmission and Scattering Modeling of Electromagnetic/Optical Waves in Turbulent and Scattering Media: Focusing on the study of the transmission behavior of electromagnetic/optical waves in turbulent and scattering media. By developing models and algorithms to describe the transmission characteristics of electromagnetic/optical waves in complex environments, including the effects of turbulence and scattering media.
  2. Investigation of the Interaction Mechanisms between Light and Matter (Targets): Devoted to studying the interaction mechanisms between light and matter (targets). Through theoretical analysis and experimental research, exploring the physical processes and mechanisms of the interaction between light and matter, aiming to deepen the understanding of the scattering, absorption, transmission, and other behaviors of light on targets.
  3. Research on the Optoelectronic Characteristics of Targets and Environments: Investigating the optoelectronic coupling characteristics between targets and the environment. Through the analysis and experimental research of the optoelectronic characteristics of targets and the environment, exploring the reflection, emission, absorption, and other properties of targets under different lighting conditions, as well as the impact of environmental light on target perception and detection.
  4. Applications of Communication and Radar Technologies Based on Optical Orbital Angular Momentum: Dedicated to the study of communication and radar technologies based on optical orbital angular momentum. By utilizing the characteristics of optical orbital angular momentum, exploring novel optical communication and radar systems to improve their performance and capacity.

These research directions aim to achieve breakthroughs in the laser detection and recognition of targets in open environments and contribute to applied research in the fields of optics and electromagnetic waves.