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|Residence||St. Cloud, MN, United States|
|Nationality||Chinese / USA|
|Known for||Special Relativity, Crucial Experiments, Sagnac Effect, GPS, []|
|Fields||Professor of Physics|
- 2008 - "Can a Matter-Wave Interferometer Detect Translational Speed?" (Read in full)
- 2005 - "[[First-Order Fiber-Interferometric Experiments for Crucial Test of Light-Speed Constancy
]]" (Read in full)
- 2004 - "Generalized Sagnac Effect" (Read in full)
- 2003 - "Crucial First-Order Fiber Interferometric Experiments to Examine the Constancy of the Speed of Light"
- 2003 - "Modified Sagnac experiment for measuring travel-time difference between counter-propagating light beams in a uniformly moving fiber" (Read in full)
- 2003 - "Test of the one-way speed of light and the first-order experiment of Special Relativity using phase-conjugate interferometers" (Read in full)
- 2002 - "Conducting a Crucial Experiment of the Constancy of the Speed of Light Using GPS: Comments on Ashby's ?Relativity and the Global Positioning System?" (Read in full)
- 2002 - "A Modified Sagnac Experiment: First Order Interferometric Experiment with Light Paths in Uniform Translational Motion"
- 2000 - "Re-examine the Two Principles of Special Relativity and the Sagnac Effect Using GPS? Range Measurement Equation"
- 2000 - "Successful GPS Operations Contradict the Two Principles of Special Relativity and Imply a New Way for Inertial Navigation ? Measuring Speed Directly" (Read in full)
- 1998 - "From the triangle Sagnac experiment to a practical, crucial experiment of the constancy of the speed of light using atomic clocks on moving objects" (Read in full)
- 1980 - "Has the Relativity Principle in the Special Theory of Relativity Been Fully Verified by Experiments?" (Read in full)