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CENTRE SEMINARS 2000

Seminars at University of New South Wales

Noise in Mesoscopic Structures: Is that all there is?
Fred Green
Telecommunications & Industrial Physics, CSIRO, Sydney, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 27/07/2000

Australian-US initiative to construct a solid-state quantum computer
Robert Clark
University of New South Wales, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 03/08/2000

Silicon-Germanium Epitaxial Technology and its Application to High-Speed, Silicon-Compatible Bipolar Transistors
Ted Kamins
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, USA
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2000

What is Quantum about NMR Quantum Computation?
Carlton Caves
University of New Mexico, USA
CQCT Seminar, 09/08/2000

Self-Assembled, Self-Ordered Nanostructures: A Path to 21st Century Electronics?
Ted Kamins
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, USA
CQCT Seminar, 10/08/2000

Many-Body Interactions in Quantum Wires
David Reilly
University of New South Wales, Australia
AIP Postgraduate Award Competition, 22/08/2000

Evidence for Paramagnetic Limiting in YBCO
Jeremy O'Brien
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
AIP Postgraduate Award Competition, 22/08/2000

Introduction to Quantum Computation
Michael Nielsen
University of Queensland, Australia
UQ Seminar, 09/10/2000

Electron Beam Lithography
Graham Rosolen
Telecommunications & Industrial Physics, CSIRO, Sydney, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 12/10/2000

Quantum Algorithms and the Minimisation Problem
Lloyd Hollenberg
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 17/11/2000

Ballistic transport in a GaAs/AlxGa1-xAs 1-D channel fabricated using an atomic force microscope
Neil Curson
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/12/2000

Single-Electron Transistor Architectures for Simulation of Solid-State Quantum Computer
Read-Out

Rolf Brenner
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/12/2000

Mesoscopic noise: when is Johnson-Nyquist not enough?
Fred Green

University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/12/2000

Many-body spin related phenomena in ultra-low-disorder quantum wires
David Reilly
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/12/2000

Electrical transport in quantum dots fabricated in undoped GaAs/AlxGa1-xAs heterostructures
Jeremy O'Brien
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/12/2000

Seminars at University of Queensland

Quantum Information Science and Teleportation
Samuel Braunstein
University of Wales, UK
CQCT Seminar, 14/03/2000

Realising Grover's Algorithm With Linear Optics: Flavours of Entanglement
Andrew White
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 18/04/2000

Near Field Spectroscopy and Optical Feedout
Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop & Norman Heckenberg
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 30/05/2000

Neutral Atom Quantum Computer Using a Far Off Resonance Optical Dipole Trap
Gerard Milburn
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 27/06/2000

Reversible Teleportation
Tim Ralph
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 11/07/2000

Spintronic
He Bi Sun
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/08/2000

Fractional Quantum Hall Effect
Mukunda Das
Australian National University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2000

Entanglement of Formation of an Arbitrary State of Two Rebits
Pranaw Rungta
University of New Mexico, USA
CQCT Seminar, 11/08/2000

What is Quantum about NMR Quantum Computing
Carlton Caves
University of New Mexico, USA
CQCT Seminar, 15/08/2000

Universal Computation on Decoherence Free Subspaces
Julia Kempe
University of California, Berkeley, USA
CQCT Seminar, 25/08/2000

Why Universal Quantum Machines Cannot be Perfect
Vladimir Buzek
Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
CQCT Seminar, 05/09/2000

Geometric Quantum Computing
Daniel Oi
University of Oxford, UK
CQCT Seminar, 19/09/2000

Bell Nonlocality and the Detection Loophole
Ian Percival
University of London, UK
CQCT Seminar, 22/09/2000

Solid State Systems for optical Processing and Quantum Computing
Matt Sellars
Australian National University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 20/10/2000

Universal Geometric Approach to Uncertainty, Entropy and Information
Michael Hall
Australian National University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 24/10/2000

Distributing Entanglement to Distant Trapped Ions - the Parkins-Kimble Scheme
Damien Pope
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 21/11/2000

Quantum Computing
Kev Salikhov
Kazan Physical-Technical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
CQCT Seminar, 27/11/2000

Quantum Algorithms and Minimisation
Lloyd Hollenberg
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 05/12/2000

Obtaining Classical Behaviour from a Quantum System
Stephen Bartlett
Macquarie University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/12/2000

Seminars at University of Melbourne

A Silicon-Based Solid State Quantum Computer
Robert Clark
University of New South Wales, Australia
UM Seminar, 30/10/2000

MeV Ion Implantation Research in Silicon
Jeff McCallum
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 20/12/2000

The promise of the Quantum Computer: New beads on the abacus
David Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 04/08/2000

Decoherence and Fidelity in Single Particle Operations on a Solid State Quantum Computer
Cameron Wellard
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 18/04/2000

Report on IBMM Conference
David Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 12/10/2000

Impressions of the IBMM Conference in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Amelia Liu
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 19/10/2000

Single Ion Tracks in PMMA
David Brett
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 16/11/2000

Study of C60 as a thin film resist in the Kane Quantum Computer
Victoria Miller
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 16/11/2000

From squeezing to teleportation - experiments in quantum optics
Hans Bachor
Australian National University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 16/11/2000

 

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