Publications

2012 Journal Articles in Refereed Publications

(Sept’12-June’13)

  1. Aaronson, S. (2012) Quantum mechanics get real. Nature Physics: 8, 442-443.
  2. Aaronson, S. Farhi, E., Gosset D., Hassidim, A., Keiner, J., and Lutomirski, A. (2012). Quantum money.
    Communications of the ACM: 55, 84-92.

  3. Broome, M.A., Fedrizzi, A., Rahimi-Keshari, S., Dove, J., Aaronson, S., Ralph, T.C., and White, A.G. (2013). Photonic boson sampling in a tunable circuit. Science: 339, 794-798.
  4. Correa, R.E., Dauler, E.A., Nair, G., Pan, S.H., Rosenberg, D., Kerman, A.J., Molnar, R.J., Hu, X.L., Marsili, F., Anant, V., Berggren, K.K., and Bawendi, M.G. (2012). Single photon counting from individual nanocrystals in the infrared. Nano Letters: 12, 2953-2958.
  5. Marsili, F., Bellei, F., Najafi, F., Dane, A.E., Dauler, E.A., Molnar, R.J., and Berggren, K.K. (2012). Efficient single photon counting from 500 nm to 5 micron wavelength. Nano Letters: 12, 4799-4804.
  6. Csete, M., Sipos, A., Najafi, F., and Berggren, K.K. (2012). Optimized polar-azimuthal orientations for polarized light illumination of different superconducting nanowire single-photon detector designs. Journal of Nanophotonics: 6, 063523.
  7. Pham, L.M., Bar-Gill, N., Belthangady, C., Le Sage, D., Cappellaro, P., Lukin, M.D., Yacoby, A., and Walsworth, R.L. (2012). Enhanced solid-state multispin metrology using dynamical decoupling. Physical Review B: 86, 045214.
  8. Ticozzi, F., Lucchese, R., Cappellaro, P., and Viola, L. (2012). Hamiltonian control of quantum dynamical semigroups: stabilization and convergence speed. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control: 57, 1931-1944.
  9. Kaur, G.,and Cappellaro, P. (2012). Initialization and readout of spin chains for quantum information transport. New Journal of Physics: 14, 083005.
  10. Ajoy, A., and Cappellaro, P. (2012). Stable three-axis nuclear-spin gyroscope in diamond. Physical Review A: 86, 062104.
  11. Hirose, M., Aiello, C.D., and Cappellaro, P. (2012). Continuous dynamical decoupling magnetometry. Physical Review A: 86, 062320.
  12. Aiello, C.D., Hirose, M., and Cappellaro, P. (2013). Composite-pulse magnetometry with a solid-state quantum sensor. Nature Communications: 4, 1219.
  13. Ajoy, A., and Cappellaro, P. (2013). Perfect quantum transport in spin networks. Physical Review B: 87, 064303 (2013).
  14. Bethangady, C., Bar-Gill, N., Pham, L.M., Arai, K., Le Sage, D., Cappellaro, P. and Walsworth, R.L. (2013). Dressed-state resonant coupling between bright and dark spins in diamond. Physical Review Letters: 110, 157601.
  15. Chiu, Y.J., Chen, X., and Chuang, I.L. (2013). Fermionic measurement-based quantum computation. Physical Review A: 87, 012305.
  16. Eltony, A.M., Wang, S.X., Akselrod, G.M., Herskind, P.F., and Chuang, I.L. (2013). Transparent ion trap with integrated photodetector. Applied Physics Letters: 102, 054106.
  17. Chudzicki, C.*, Chuang, I.L, and Shapiro, J.H. (2013). Deterministic and cascadable conditional phase gate for photonic qubits. Physical Review A: 87, 042325.
  18. Farhi, E., Gosset, D., Hen, I., Sandvik, A.W., Shor, P., Young, A.P, and Zamponi, F. (2012). Performance of the quantum adiabatic algorithm on random instances of two optimization problems on regular hypergraphs. Physical Review A: 86, 052334.
  19. Campos, L.C., Young, A.F., Surakitbovorn, K., Watanabe, K., Taniguchi, T. and Jarillo-Herrero, P. (2012). Quantum and classical confinement of resonant states in a trilayer graphene Fabry-Perot interferometer. Nature Communications: 3, 1239.
  20. Liu, J., Potter, A.C.*, Law, K.T., and Lee, P.A. (2012). Zero-bias peaks in the tunneling conductance of
    spin-orbit-coupled superconducting wires with and without Majorana end-states. Physical Review Letters: 109, 267002.

  21. Lupo, C., Giovannetti, V., Pirandola, S., Mancini, S., and Lloyd, S. (2012). Capacities of linear quantum optical systems. Physical Review A: 85, 062314.
  22. Giovannetti, V., Lloyd, S., and Maccone, L. (2012). Quantum measurement bounds beyond the uncertainty relations. Physical Review Letters: 108, 260405.
  23. Wiebe, N., Braun, D., and Lloyd, S. (2012). Quantum algorithm for data fitting. Physical Review Letters: 109, 050505.
  24. Gustavsson, S., Yan, F., Bylander, J., Yoshihara, F., Nakamura, Y., Orlando, T.P., and Oliver, W.D. (2012).
    Dynamical decoupling and dephasing in interacting two-level systems. Physical Review Letters: 109, 010502.

  25. Gustavsson, S., Zwier, O., Bylander, J., Yan, F., Yoshihara, F., Nakamura, Y., Orlando, T.P., and Oliver, W.D. (2013). Improving quantum gate fidelities by using a qubit to measure microwave pulse distortions. Physical Review Letters: 110, 040502.
  26. Navarrete-Benlloch, C., Garcia-Patron, R., Shapiro, J.H., and Cerf, N.J. (2012). Enhancing quantum entanglement by photon addition and subtraction. Physical Review A: 86, 012328.
  27. Teich, M.C., Saleh, B.E.A., Wong, F.N.C., and Shapiro, J.H. (2012). Variations on the theme of quantum optical coherence tomography: a review. Quantum Information Processing: 11, 902-923.
  28. Shapiro, J.H., and Boyd, R.W. (2012). The physics of ghost imaging. Quantum Information Processing: 11, 949-993.
  29. Nair, R., Yen, B.J., Guha, S., Shapiro J.H., and Pirandola, S. (2012). Symmetric M-ary phase discrimination using quantum-optical probe states. Physical Review A: 86, 022306.
  30. Dixon, P.B., Shapiro, J.H., and Wong, F.N.C. (2013). Spectral engineering by Gaussian phase-matching for quantum photonics. Optics Express: 21, 5879-5890.
  31. Shapiro, J.H., Venkatraman, D., and Wong, F.N.C. (2013). Ghost imaging without discord. Scientific Reports: 3, 1849.
  32. Bravyi, S., Caha, L., Movassagh, R., Nagaj, D., and Shor, P.W. (2012). Criticality without frustration for quantum spin-1 chains. Physical Review Letters: 109, 207202.
  33. Lin, Q., Van Camp, M.A.*, Zhang, H., Jelenkovic B., and Vuletic, V. (2012). Long-external-cavity distributed Bragg reflector laser with subkilohertz linewidth. Optics Letters: 37, 1989-1991.
  34. Peyronel, T., Firstenberg, O., Liang, Q.Y., Hofferberth, S., Gorshkov, A.V., Pohl, T., Lukin, M.D., and Vuletic, V. (2012). Quantum nonlinear optics with single photons enabled by strongly interacting atoms. Nature: 488, 57-60.
  35. Zhang, H., McConnell, R., Cuk, S., Lin, Q., Schleier-Smith, M.H., Leroux, I.D., and Vuletic, V. (2012). Collective state measurement of mesoscopic ensembles with single-atom resolution. Physical Review Letters: 109, 133603.
  36. Cetina, M., Grier, A.T., and Vuletic, V. (2012). Micromotion-induced limit to atom-ion sympathetic cooling in Paul traps. Physical Review Letters: 109, 253201.
  37. Dalla Torre, E.G., Otterbach, J., Demler, E., Vuletic, V., and Lukin, M.D. (2013). Dissipative preparation of spin squeezed atomic ensembles in a steady state. Physical Review Letters: 110, 120402.
  38. Thompson, J.D., Tiecke, T.G., Zibrov, A.S., Vuletic, V., and Lukin, M.D. (2013). Coherence and Raman sideband cooling of a single atome in an optical tweezer. Physical Review Letters: 110, 133001.
  39. Zhong, T., Wong, F.N.C., Restelli, A., and Bienfang, J.C. (2012). Efficient single-spatial-mode periodically-poled KTiOPO4 waveguide source for high-dimensional entanglement-based quantum key distribution. Optics Express: 20, 26868-26877.
  40. Xu, X.N., Xie, Z.D., Zheng, J.J., Liang, J.L., Zhong, T., Yu, M.B., Kocaman, S., Lo, G.Q., Kwong, D.L., Englund, D.R., Wong, F.N.C., and Wong, C.W. (2013). Near-infrared Hong-Ou-Mandel interference on a silicon quantum photonic chip. Optics Express: 21, 5014-5024.

 

2012 – Conference Publications

(Sept’12-June’13)

  1. Marsili, F., Najafi, F., Dauler, E.A., Korre, H.*, Anant, V., Sunter, K., and Berggren, K.K. (2012). Cavity-integrated ultra-narrow superconducting nanowire single-photon detector based on a thick niobium nitride film. Digest of Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: Optical Society of America, Washington, DC.
  2. Marsili, F., Bellei, F., Najafi, F., Dane, A., Dauler, E., Molnar R.J., and Berggren, K.K. (2012). Efficient single photon detection from 0.5 to 5 micron wavelength. Digest of Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: Optical Society of America, Washington, DC.
  3. Chandrasekaran, N.*, and Shapiro, J.H. (2012). Turbulence-induced crosstalk in multiple spatial-mode optical communication. Digest of Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: Optical Society of America, Washington, DC.
  4. Nair, R., Yen, B.J., Guha, S., Shapiro, J.H., and Pirandola, S. (2013). Quantum M-ary phase shift keying. Digest of the 2012 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers International Symposium on Information Theory. New York, NY.
  5. Guha, S., Nair, R., Yen, B.J., Dutton, Z., and Shapiro, J.H. (2013). Quantum limit to capacity and structured receivers for optical reading. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.
  6. Nair, R., Yen, B.J., Guha, S., Shapiro, J.H., and Pirandola, S. (2013). Quantum M-ary phase discrimination. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.
  7. Garcia-Patron, R., Navarette-Benlloch, C., Lloyd, S., Shapiro, J.H., and Cerf, N.J. (2013). The holy grail of quantum optical communication. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.
  8. Chudzicki, C.*, Chuang, I., and Shapiro, J.H. (2013). Deterministic and cascadable conditional phase gate for photonic qubits. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.
  9. Tengner, M., Mouradian, S.L., Zhong, T., Dixon, P.B., Zhang, Z., Wong, F.N.C. and Shapiro, J.H. (2013). Experimental implementations of quantum illumination. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.
  10. Chandrasekaran, N.*, Shapiro, J.H., and Wang, L. (2012). Photon information efficient communication through
    atmospheric turbulence. Proceedings SPIE: 8518, 851808.

  11. Zhong, T., Wong, F.N.C., Restelli, A., and Bienfang, J.C. (2012). Efficient single-spatial-mode PPKTP waveguide source for high-dimensional entanglement-based QKD. Digest of Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: Optical Society of America, Washington, DC.
  12. Zhong, T., and Wong, F.N.C. (2013). Franson interferometry with 99.9% visibility via dispersion engineering. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Quantum Communication, Measurement and Computing: American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD.
  13. Dixon, P.B., Shapiro, J.H., and Wong, F.N.C. (2012). Experimental observation of a Cheshire cat. Digest of Frontiers in Optics/Laser Science Conference: Optical Society of America, Washington, DC.
  14. Aaronson, S., and Christiano, P. (2012). Quantum money from hidden subspaces. Proceedings of the Symposium on Theory of Computing: Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY.
  15. McCaughan, A.N.*, Zhao, Q., and Berggren, K.K. (2012). Frequency multiplexed arrays of superconducting single photon detectors. Digest of the Applied Superconductivity Conference: ASC, Portland, OR.

 

2009 Journal Articles in Refereed Publications

(July’08-December’08)

  1. Wang, S. X., Labaziewicz, J., Ge, Y. F., Shewmon, R., and Chuang, I. L. (2009). Individual addressing of ions using magnetic field gradients in a surface-electrode ion trap. Applied Physics Letters: 94, 094103.
  2. Chen, X., Zeng, B., Gu, Z-C., Yoshida, B., and Chuang, I. L. (2009). Gapped two-body Hamiltonian whose unique ground state is universal for one-way quantum computation. Physical Review Letters: 102, 220501.
  3. Aaronson, S. and Watrous, J. (2009).  Closed timelike curves make quantum and classical computing equivalent. Proceedings of the Royal Society A – Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences: 465, 631-647.
  4. Dauler, E. A., Kerman, A. J., Robinson, B. S., Yang, J. K. W., Voronov, B., Goltsman, G., Hamilton, S. A., and Berggren, K. K. Photon-number-resolution with sub-30-ps timing using multi-element superconducting nanowire single photon detectors. (2009). Journal of Modern Optics: 56, 364-373.
  5. Kerman, E. J., Yang, J. K. W., Molnar, R. J., Dauler, E. A., and Berggren, K. K. (2009). Electrothermal feedback in superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors. Physical Review B: 79, 100509.
  6. Giovannetti, V., Lloyd, S., Maccone, L. and Shapiro, J. H. (2009). Sub-Rayleigh-diffraction-bound quantum imaging. Physical Review A: 78, 013827.

 

2009 – Conference Publications

(January’09-May’09)

  1. Zhong, T., Hu, X., Wong, F. N. C., Herder, C., Najafi, F., Berggren, K. K., Roberts, T. D., and  Battle, P. (2009). Towards high quality photonic polarization entanglement distribution at 1.3-micron telecom wavelength. Postdeadline Paper Digest, International Quantum Electronics Conference. Optical Society of America, Washington DC, paper IPDA6.
  2. Le Gouet, J. L., Venkatraman, D., Wong, F. N. C., and Shapiro, J. H. (2009). Phase-conjugate optical coherence tomography. Towards high quality photonic polarization entanglement distribution at 1.3-micron telecom wavelength. Postdeadline Paper Digest, International Quantum Electronics Conference. Optical Society of America, Washington DC, paper IPDB7.

2008 – Journal Articles in Refereed Publications

(July’08-December’08)

  1. Chen, X., Chung, H. Y., Cross, A. W., Zeng, B., and Chuang, I. L. (2008). Subsystem stabilizer codes cannot have a universal set of transversal gates for even one qubit. Physical Review A: 78, 012353.
  2. Labaziewicz, J., Ge, Y. F., Leibrandt, D. R., Wang, S. X., Shewmon, R., and Chuang, I. L. (2008). Temperature dependence of electric noise field above gold surfaces. Physical Review Letters: 101, 180602.
  3. Clark, R. J., Lin, T., Brown, K. R., and Chuang, I. L. (2008). A two- dimensional lattice ion trap for quantum simulation. Journal of Applied Physics: 105, 013114.
  4. Chen, X., Zeng, B., and Chuang, I. L. (2008). Nonbinary codeword-stabilized quantum codes. Physical Review A: 78, 062315.
  5. Vikas, A.,Kerman, A. J., Dauler, E. A., Yang, J. K. W., Rosfjord, K. M., and Berggren, K. K. (2008). Optical properties of superconducting nanowire single- photon detectors. Optics Express: 16,10750-10761.
  6. Berns, D. M., Rudner, M. S., Valenzuela, S. O., Berggren, K. K., Oliver, W. D., Levitov, L. S., and Orlando, T. P. (2008). Amplitude spectroscopy of a solid- state artificial atom. Nature: 455, 51-U32.
  7. Dauler, E. A., Stevens, M. J., Baek, B., Molnar, R. J., Hamilton, S. A., Mirin, R. P., Nam, S. W., and Berggren, K. K. (2008). Measuring intensity correlations with a two-element superconducting nanowire single-photon detector. Physical Review A: 78, 053826.
  8. Rudner, M. S., Shytov, A. V., Levitov, L. S., Berns, D. M., Oliver, W. D., Valenzuela, S. O., and Orlando, T. P. (2008). Quantum phase tomography of a strongly driven qubit. (2008). Physical Review Letters: 101, 190502.
  9. Lloyd, S. (2008). Enhanced sensitivity of photodetection via quantum illumination.  Science: 321, 1463-1465.
  10. Tsang, M., Shapiro, J. H., and Lloyd, S. (2008). Quantum theory of optical temporal phase and instantaneous frequency. Physical Review A: 78, 053820.
  11. Tan, S. H., Erkmen, B. I., Giovannetti, V., Guha, S., Lloyd, S., Maccone, L., Pirandola, S., and Shapiro, J. H. (2008). Quantum illumination with Gaussian states. Physical Review Letters: 101, 253601.
  12. Nagaj, D., Farhi, E., Goldstone, J. Shor, P., and Sylvester, I. (2008). Quantum transverse-field Ising model on an infinite tree from matrix product states. Physical Review B: 77, 214431.
  13. Fletcher, A. S., Shor, P. W., and Win, M. Z. (2008). Channel-adapted quantum error correction for the amplitude damping channel. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory: 54, 5705-5718.

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