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CENTRE SEMINARS 2002

Seminars at The University of New South Wales

Quantum information technology using photons
Shigeki Takeuchi
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hokkaido University, Japan
CQCT Seminar, 16/01/2002.

Focused Ion Beam Milling, its Applications to Device Structures and its Role in the Nanostructural Analysis Network Organisation (NANO) MNRF
Paul Munro
Electron Microscope Unit, University of NSW, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 24/01/2002.

Semiconductor Lasers Stablized to Spectral Holes in Rare Earth Crystals
Geoff J. Pryde
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/02/2002.

Nanoelectromechanical Systems
Keith Schwab
Laboratory for Physical Sciences, Maryland, USA
CQCT Seminar, 22/02/2002

Mesoscopic Conduction: Some Old Lessons for a New Problem
Frederick Green
Department of Physics, University of Newcastle
CQCT Seminar, 9/05/2002.

Physical Resource Requirements For Scalable Quantum Computation
Carlton Caves
University of New Mexico, USA
CQCT Seminar, 07/06/2002.

Quantum Information Processing With Large Nuclear Spins In Gaas Semiconductors
Michael Leuenberger
University of Basel, Switzerland.
CQCT Seminar, 26/07/2002.

STM Investigation of Silicon for Quantum Computer Fabrication
Steven Schofield
UNSW School of Physics Postgraduate Seminar Competition
29/08/2002.

Silicon SET architectures,
Chantelle Smith
Department of Electrical Engineering, University of NSW
CQCT Seminar, 30/09/2002.

Quantum Cellular Antomata
Gregory Snider
University of Notre Dame, USA
CQCT Seminar, 10/10/2002.

What can coherent optical effects tell us about coherent electronic effects?
Andrew D. Greentree
University of NSW, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 17/10/2002

Atomic scale fabrication of a silicon quantum computer
Michelle Y. Simmons
University of NSW, Australia
Faculty Semniar, 18/10/2002.

Constructing a quantum computer in silicon atom by atom
Michelle Y. Simmons
University of NSW, Australia
Chemistry Society Lecture, 5/11/2002.

Quantum device research at the Niels Bohr Institute
Poul. E. Lindelof
Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark
CQCT Seminar, 12/11/2002

Seminars at The University of Queensland

A new physical resource? The dynamic strength of quantum operations
Jennifer L. Dodd
University of Queensland.
CQCT Seminar, 30/05/2002.

The oyster and the quantum
Chris Fuchs
Bell Laboratory USA.
CQCT Seminar, 06/06/2002.

Climbing mount scalable: Physical- Resource requirements for a scalable quantum computer
Carlton Caves
University of New Mexico, USA
CQCT Seminar, 18/06/2002.

Compatible quantum state assignments
Ruediger Schack
University of London, UK
CQCT Seminar, 20/06/2002.

On the quantum derandomization of algorithms
Michele Mosca
University of Waterloo. Canada
CQCT Seminar, 04/07/2002.

Reversible Teleportation.
Tim C. Ralph
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 11/07/2002.

Reparing encoded states in an oscillator
Ben C. Travaglione
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 18/07/2002.

Making entanglement
Andrew Childs
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2002.

Continuous quantum error correction via quantum feedback control
Charlene Ahn
Caltech, USA.
CQCT seminar, 15/08/2002.

What Is Quantum About NMR Quantum Computing
Carlton Caves
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of New Mexico, USA.
CQCT Seminar, 15/08/2002.

Entangling dynamics and quantum computers
Michael Bremner
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 24/09/2002.

Bose-Einstein condensates in optical lattices
Mathew Davis
The University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/10/2002.

Linear optics quantum computation
Jeremy L. O'Brien
The University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/10/2002.

From quantum mechanics to thermodynamics
Guenter Mahler
University of Stuttgart, Germany.
CQCT Seminar, 16/10/2002.

Entanglement in two-mode Bose-Einstein condensates
Andrew Hines
The University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 22/10/2002.

Few-qubit silicon quantum processor
Robert G. Clark
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 25/10/2002.

The physics of information
Michael A. Nielsen
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/11/2002.

Single-shot measure of quantum optical phase
Kenny Pregnell
Griffith University, Australia.
CQCT Seminar, 13/11/2002.

Bounce Back! A Cunning plan to boost the efficiency of the single photon counting module
Tamyka Bell
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 19/11//2002.

Diffraction of atoms in space and time
Rodney Polkinghorne
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 19/11/2002.

Seminars at The University of Melbourne

Carbon Nanotubes: The First 10 Years
Mark Baxendale
Centre for Basic, Thermal & Length Metrology, National Physical Laboratory, UK.
UM Seminar, 24/01/2002.

TCAD Simulation Of The Sensitivity Of Sets For Quantum Computer Readout
Andrew Coulthurst
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 15/02/2002.

A Computational Approach To Solving The Poisson Equation In The Kane Quantum Computer
Patrick Donelan
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 15/02/2002.

Simulation Of Single Ion Impact Detection
Damien George
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 15/02/2002.

Phase Correlation in Materials Analysis
Toby Hopf
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 15/02/2002.

I Don't Know What I Did Last Summer: Quantum Information Computation From
An Undergraduate Perspective

Vincent Conrad
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 28/2/02002.

Long Period Gratings By Ion Implantation Into Multi-Mode Optical Fibres
Carla Cher
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 28/02/2002.

Possible Mechanism For Nanocrystalline Diamond Formation In Carbon-Implanted Silica
Igor Andrienko
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 21/03/2002.

Action at a Distance from Albert the Great to Binning and Rohrer Via Boscovich
Alberto Cimmino
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 21/03/2002.

Relaxation And Errors In The Kane QC: Likely Minimum Error Rate Of The Kane QC CNOT Gate As A Function Of The Nuclear And Electronic Transverse Relaxation Times
Austin G. Fowler
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 18/04/2002.

Ion Beam-Induced Mechanical Processes in Silica
Val Gurarie
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 2/05/2002.

TCAD Modelling of Ion Beam Induced Charge Collection in Semiconductor Devices
Sean M. Hearne
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 2/05/2002.

Quantum Error Correction: How Inaccurate Can a Quantum Computer Be?
Austin G. Fowler
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, UM, 17/05/2002.

All Right Everybody Out: The Impact of Ion Strikes On Electron Yield
David I. Hoxley
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, UM, 17/05/2002.

Kinetic Ion-Induced Electron Emission from Diamond: Principles and Applications,
History and Dreams

David I. Hoxley
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 24/05/2002.

Crystallisation of Amorphous Silicon Volumes Embedded in the Crystalline Substrate:
Defect Minimisation and the Creation of Quantum Wires

Amelia Liu
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 06/06/2002.

Nucleation and Growth of Diamond on Sapphire
Kim Guan Saw
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, UM Seminar, 07/06/2002

Single Ion Irradiation for Nanofabrication: Quantum Computers and Photonic Crystals
David N. Jamieson
CQCT, University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 19/06/2002.

Implantation-Induced Crack Arrest in Sapphire and Magnesia Crystals
Paul Otsuka
CQCT, University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 27/06/2002.

Surface Reconstruction of (0001) Sapphire Substrates
Kim Guan Saw
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 04/07/2002.

Aspects of Charge and Spin Measurement in the Centre for Quantum Computer Technology
Chris I. Pakes
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 18/07/2002.

Nanocrystalline Diamond Films Deposited by High Repetition Rate Pulsed Laser
Deposition (PLD) Technique

Astghik Tamanyan
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/08/2002.

Thin Film Resists for Single Ion Registration
Victoria Millar
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, 02/08/2002.

Further Tcad Modelling of Single-Ion Implantation
Damien George
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2002.

Ion Beam Induced Charge on Diamond Samples.
Chris Witte
CQCT, University of Melbourne, 08/08/2002.

Deadlayer Measurement and Colutron Beam Purity:
Paul Fraser
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2002.

Introduction to the Staib Spectroscopy Facility
Werner Leikam
STAIB, Germany
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2002.

Defect Study of Channelled Ion Implanted Silicon. Still Counting, Still Dreaming
Matthew D.H. Lay
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 22/08/2002.

Ion Beam Induced Toughening In Ceramic Crystals
Paul Otsuka
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, 23/08/2002.

Ion Beam Induced Charge Collection on Whizzy Ceramics
Sean M. Hearne
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, 23/08/2002.

Diamonds, Defects and Dosimeters
Elizabeth Trajkov
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, 13/09/2002.

When Ceramics Meet Gemstones: Attempts to Grow AlN/Iamond, AlN/Sapphire and
AlN/Silicon Heterojunctions.

Steven Prawer
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 26/09/2002.

Highlights of TNT02.
Chris I. Pakes
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 26/09/2002.

Counting Pot Holes In The Quantum Computer Superhighway -
Defect Study Of Channelled Ion Implanted Silicon

Matthew D.H. Lay
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, 4/10/2002.

Gross Defects in Crystalline Silicon Formed by Solid Phase Epitaxy
Amelia C.Y. Liu
University of Melbourne, Australia
Postgraduate Seminar Series, 11/10/2002.

Highlights of TNT02.
Chris I. Pakes
University of Melbourne, Australia
UNSW, UM Seminar, 16/10/2002.

Few-Qubit Silicon Quantum Processor
Robert G. Clark
University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 16/10/2002.

 

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