College of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering


The College of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering


The College of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering currently offers two undergraduate majors in physics and optoelectronic information science and engineering, two first-level master's degree programs in physics and optical engineering, a cross-disciplinary Ph.D. program in physics and optoelectronic information science, a second-level Ph.D. program in intelligent information and communication systems, and a Ph.D. program in resource and environmental engineering (marine environmental detection direction), with the Key Discipline of Marine Physics in Shandong Province. Among them, physics is the only physics discipline in China with a marine feature.


The college has a high-quality faculty team consisting of 67 staff members, including 13 with senior professional titles, 22 with associate senior professional titles, and 7 Ph.D. supervisors (including 1 Taishan Scholar Youth Expert and 1 special professor in the Zhu Feng Talents Project). There are also 6 Elite Talent Projects and 1 Shandong Provincial Teaching Master. With the Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology, the Ministry of Education's Engineering Research Center for Marine Information Technology, and the Key Laboratory of Optics and Photonics in Qingdao as platforms, and relying on large scientific equipment such as the Dongfanghong 2 and Dongfanghong 3 research vessels, the college provides solid support for scientific research and talent cultivation. The majors of physics and optoelectronic information science and engineering in the college are both characteristic and first-class majors in Shandong Province. Optoelectronic information science and engineering is also a major in the Outstanding Engineer Project in Shandong Province. The college has also established more than ten national first-class courses, provincial first-class courses, and provincial quality courses, and cooperates with the Shanghai Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences to set up the Shangguang Elite Class.


The college has established stable cooperative and exchange relationships with a group of domestic and foreign universities, academic institutions, and large enterprises. It has cooperated with many international academic institutions such as Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the United States, Mississippi State University in the United States, Lyon 1 University in France, Shizuoka University in Japan, Australian National University, University of Queensland in Australia, Manchester University in the United Kingdom, and National University of Singapore. Through personnel exchanges and joint student training, the excellent performance of exchanged students has won widespread praise from experts from exchange organizations.


In recent years, the college has focused on physics, highlighted marine characteristics, and emphasized optics. It has conducted systematic research in areas such as optical physics and optoelectronic information, multi-physical field coupling and applications, quantum physics and quantum information, and has undertaken a large number of research projects, including national key research and development plans, natural science funds, and military commission technology committees. The research funding has reached more than 60 million yuan, and it has achieved significant results in research areas such as ocean optoelectronic instruments, deep-sea high-power electromagnetic detection technology, ocean quantum physics, quantum dynamics, low-dimensional nanostructures, micro-nano optical ocean sensing, surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, etc. The college has successfully developed deep-sea laser Raman spectrometers and other deep-sea detection equipment that are internationally advanced. It has created several national firsts and has been selected for the National Major Science and Technology Achievement Exhibition, playing a leading role in the field of deep-sea in-situ laser detection in China. The college has also successfully developed the world's first set of underwater quantum communication systems, and related research has attracted international attention. Members of the college have also designed spectral detection payloads for Tiangong-2 and Fengyun-3 meteorological satellites, winning the second prize of national scientific and technological progress awards and the first prize of provincial scientific and technological progress awards.


The college adheres to the academic style of seeking truth from facts and harmonious development through enlightening light. It focuses on the construction of Double First-Class disciplines in the university, closely follows the national strategy of building a marine power, and based on the foundation of physics, strengthens the focus on optoelectronics. The college integrates science and engineering, highlights marine characteristics, and focuses on cultivating high-level specialized talents in marine physics, opening up new principles, technologies, and fields in marine physics.