CENTRE SEMINARS 2003
Seminars at The University of New South Wales
All Silicon Quantum Computer
Kohei M. Ito
University of Japan
CQCT Seminar, 20/01/2003
Integrated Si:P devices with control & readout: Fabrication technology and progress
Fay E. Stanley
University of NSW, Australia
CQCT Seminar, IBM visitors, 12/02/2003
Solid state QC  Spins on Donors
Andrew S. Dzurak
University of NSW, Australia
CQCT Seminar, IBM visitors, 12/02/2003
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency In Three, Four, Five And More Level Atoms:
The Search For Quantum Nonlinear Optics
Andrew D. Greentree
University of NSW, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 13/03/2003
Nanotechnology: from quantum physics to quantum computing
Michelle Y. Simmons
University of NSW, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 01/04/2003
Pushing Nanoscience to the Limit: a Solid State Quantum Processor
Robert G. Clark
University of NSW, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 15/05/2003
From Nano to Super: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Superconductors
Barry Barker
Laboratory for Physical Sciences, University of Maryland, USA
CQCT Seminar, 23/05/2003
Quantum states for quantum computers: towards imaging a (pseudo) kane qubit
Barry Barker
Laboratory for Physical Sciences, University of Maryland, USA
CQCT Seminar, 26/05/2003
Towards superconducting quantum gates
Yuri Pashkin
RIKEN and NEC Fundamental Research Laboratories, Japan
CQCT Seminar, 16/07/2003
Spin in Quantum Wires: A Mesoscopic Mystery with Important Implications
David R. Reilly
University of NSW, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 31/07/2003
Here? There? Anywhere?  Locating electrons in solidstate
Rolf Brenner
University of NSW, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 05/08/2003
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Dopants in Semiconductors
Thilo Reusch
University of Goettingen, Germany
CQCT Seminar, 13/08/2003
Nanoelectronics for Quantum Computation
Victor Chan
University of NSW, Australia
UNSW Seminar, 03/10/2003
Progress in QC Theory Programs
Lloyd C.L. Hollenberg
The University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/10/2003
Quantum Information: Technology for Tomorrow
Bill Munro
HewlettPackard Laboratories, Bristol, UK
CQCT Seminar, 29/10/2003
Quantum Optics and Quantum Information
Daniel F.V. James
Theoretical Divisions, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
CQCT Seminar, 29/10/2003
Quantum Entanglement from an InformationTheoretic Viewpoint
Stefan Wolf
University of Montreal, Canada
CQCT Seminar, 29/10/2003
Controlling the quantum dot nucleation site: real time STM imaging
Nunzio Motta
University of Rome, Italy
CQCT Seminar, 10/11/2003
Donorelectron exchange in silicon
Cameron Wellard
The University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 13/11/2003
Spin Polarised Tunelling At Ferromagnet/Semiconductor Interfaces
Søren E. Andresen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
CQCT Seminar, 25/11/2003
Electrical Simulation Of Quantum Algorithms
Kaden Hazzard
University of NSW, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 26/11/2003
The role of correlation energy in spin qubit coupling
Tim Starling
The University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 26/11/2003
ISETCAD modelling of Solidstate Quantum Computer Readout
Vincent Conrad
The University of Melbourne, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 26/11/2003
Seminars at The University of Queensland
Spectral information in entangled twophoton interference D.
David Branning
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar,13/02/2003
Quantum error correction for detected errors.
H.M. Wiseman
Griffith University
CQCT Seminar, 27/02/2003
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency In Three, Four, Five And More Level Atoms:
The Search For Quantum Nonlinear Optics
Andrew D. Greentree
University of NSW, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 05/03/2003
Primarily the quantum wire work
Gerard J. Milburn
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 28/03/2003
A Mescopic Mystery With Important Implications
David J. Reilly
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 28/03/2003
Seminars at The University of Melbourne
Electrical Analysis of Ion Implanted Silicon and Silicon Dioxide
Matthew. D.H. Lay
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 20/02/2003
TypeII Quantum Computers. An interim step on the long journey, or is it?
Jarrod Cole
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar 20/03/2003
Electromagnetically Induced Transparency In Three, Four, Five And More Level Atoms:
The Search For Quantum Nonlinear Optics
Andrew D. Greentree
University of NSW, Australia
UM Seminar, 26/03/2003
Thermal stability and SP2 clustering in tetrahedral amorphous carbon: a Raman and atomic force microscopy study
Igor Andrienko
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar 03/04/2003
NanoCrystaline Diamond Films
Astghik Tamanyan
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar 11/04/2003
Focused MeV ion beam for analysis and fabrication of micro and nano structures
Bibhudutta Rout
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 30/04/2003
Bond gap reduction and phonon broadening in GaAsN
Ulrike Tish
Technion, Israel
UM Seminar 31/04/2003
Phase correlations of elemental maps using nuclear microscopy
Bibhudutta Rout
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 08/05/2003
Investigating Matter in Twodimensions with Trapped Heions
Chris Pakes
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 09/05/2003
Quantum adiabatic algorithms
Cameron Wellard
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 15/05/2003
Single ion implantation for qubit fabrication
Changyi Yang
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 22/05/2003
Application of density functional theory calculations to computational nanotechnology
Salvy Russo
RMIT University, Australia
UM Seminar, 29/05/2003
Scanning Kelvin Microscopy of Ion Implanted Silicon Dioxide 2003: an electrostatic odyssey
Matthew. D.H. Lay, Dr Jeffrey C. McCallum and Chris I. Pakes
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 06/06/2003
Report on Progress towards a revolutionary quantum computer in silicon
David .N. Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 10/07/2003
Matter waves: the strange world of the quantum
David .N. Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 10/07/2003
Einstein's Theory of Relativity  Outrageous but true
David .N. Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar for Year 12 Physics Teachers, 27/07/2003
Ion Beam Damage in Silicon
Brett Johnson
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 22/08/2003
TypeII Quantum Computers and the Ising Model, the Continuing Saga
Jarrod Cole
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 24/08/2003
Proton Beam Lithography: nanofabrication with focused MeV ion beams
Dr Andrew Bettiol
Centre for Ion Beam Applications, Department of Physics, National University of Singapore
UM Seminar 26/08/2003
Breaking RSA with a Practical Quantum Computer
Austin Fowler
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 05/09/2003
XRay Spectrometry of LaserProduced Plasmas
Larry Hudson
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
UM Seminar, 24/09/2003
Scanning Probe Microscopy of Silicon and Diamond Surfaces: Applications for Quantum Computing
Igor Andrienko
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 29/09/2003
Trapping Levels in Diamond
Liz Trajkov
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 03/10/2003
Hot Detectors: High temperature IBIC studies of CVD diamond
Sean Hearne
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 10/10/2003
Coherent and Incoherent MultiState Systems
Andrew D. Greentree
University of NSW, Australia
UM Seminar, 13/10/2003
From diamond to quantum computers and back again
Steven Prawer
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Lecture, 15/10/2003
Mechanical and thermal properties of ionimplanted sapphire: Raman studies
Paul Otsuka
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 17/10/2003
Single Ion Implantation for construction of a Quantum computer
Toby Hopf
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 13/11/2003
Fabrication of Nanoscale SQUIDS for sensitive spin readout
Michael Popper
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 13/11/2003
Investigation of hydrogen refinement in solid phase epitaxy of buried layers of amorphous silicon
Daniel Pyke
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 13/11/2003
Measurement of Wavefunction Overlap of Phosphorous Donors in Silicon
Nick Stavrias
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 13/11/2003
Einstein's Theory of Relativity  Outrageous Rules for the Real World
D.N. Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar For Year 12 Physics Teachers, 14/11/2003
The Simple Diode as a Powerful Tool for Studying Defects in Silicon Chips
Matthew D.H. Lay
University of Melbourne, Australia
UM Seminar, 14/11/2003
Processing and measuring quantum information encoded in photons
Jeremy O'Brien
CQCT, University of Queensland
UM Seminar, 27/11/2003
Bottomup fabrication of a silicon QC
Toby Hallam & Johnson Goh
CQCT, University of NSW
UM Seminar, 04/12/2003
Seminars at Griffith University
A review of the recent Newport workshop on optical and solidstate implementations of quantum information science Damian Pope
Centre for Quantum Dynamics, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 17/01/2003
In defense of the view that quantum states are states of knowledge Robert Spekkens
Perimiter Institute, Waterloo, Canada
GU Seminar, 28/01/2003
On Zurek's envariance Damian Pope
Centre for Quantum Dynamics (CQD), Griffith University
GU Seminar, 04/03/2003
Preparation and Measurement David Pegg
CQCT, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 11/03/2003
Probability in the relative state interpretation of quantum mechanics Howard Wiseman
CQCT, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 19/03/2003
Chapter 1 of Retrodictive Quantum State Engineering (my thesis) Kenneth Pregnell
CQCT, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 26/03/2003
Quantum Computing with Coherent States Tim Ralph
CQCT, University of Queensland.
CQCT Seminar, 27/03/2003
Squashed Light Laura Thomsen
CQD, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 02/04/2003
How to Project Qubits Faster Using Quantum Feedback Kurt Jacobs
CQCT, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 09/04/2003
Things I did during my PhD with an emphasis on considering when quantum teleportation is really quantum, part I.
Damian Pope CQD, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 16/04/2003
Things I did during my PhD with an emphasis on considering when quantum teleportation is really quantum, part II. Damian Pope
CQD, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 22/04/2003
The quantumclassical boundary and the robustness of various master equation unravellings Daniel Atkins
CQD, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 29/04/2003
Nanomechanical Devices: towards Quantum Behaviour Kurt Jacobs
CQCT, Griffith University
AIPQLD Seminar, 01/05/2003
Detection of qubit states by a nonideal quantum point contact
Neil Oxtoby
CQCT, Griffith University
GU Seminar, 07/05/2003
What is multipartite entanglement and how can we best detect it in experiments?
Damian Pope
CQD Griffith University
GU Seminar, 05/09/2003
Efficient measurements, Purification, and Bounds on the Mutual Information
Kurt Jacobs
CQCD Griffith University
GU Seminar, 19/09/2003
Continuous observation and the Heisenberg limit in precision measurement
Dr Andrew Doherty
California Institute of Technology, USA
GU Seminar, 06/10/2003
Tripledot methods for (pseudo) spin to charge conversion
Dr Andrew D. Greentree
University of NSW, Australia
GU Seminar, 11/10/2003
Modal interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Mr Jay Gambetta
CQD Griffith University
GU Seminar, 13/10/2003
Review of "Quantum State Targeting" (Rudolph and Spekkens)
Dr Damian Pope
CQD Griffith University
GU Seminar, 20/10/2003
Charactarizing Momentum Transfer in WhichWay Experiments
J. Garretson
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 03/11/2003
Entanglement, correlations and the energygap in manybody quantum systems
H. Haselgrove
University of Queensland
GU Seminar, 10/11/2003
Why Quantum Measurement Theory?
H.M. Wiseman
CQCT Griffith University, Australia
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Feedback cooling of a nanomechanical resonator
K.A. Jacobs
CQCT Griffith University
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Realistic measurements in solid state
N. Oxtoby
CQCT Griffith University
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices., 11/11/2003
Measurement of a Mesoscopic Charge Qubit
HS. Goan
CQCT, University of Queensland
CQCTGU Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Some aspects of spintronics
HB. Sun
CQCT, University of Queensland
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
A Model for the Measurement Process in "Quantronium"
G.J. Milburn
CQCT, University of Queensland.
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Quantum Error Correction with Weak Measurement
M. Sarovar
CQCT, University of Queensland
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Superconducting quantum bits and their environment
J. Ralph
University of Liverpool, UK
Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Tripledot methods for (pseudo) spin to charge conversion
A.D.Greentree
CQCT, University of NSW
CQCTGU Workshop on Quantum Measurement Theory for Solid State Devices, 11/11/2003
Optical Quantum Information
A. White
CQCT, University of Queensland
CQCT Seminar, 13/11/2003
Prior information: how to beat the standard joint measurement uncertainty relation
M.J.W. Hall
Australian National University, Canberra
GU Seminar, 17/11/2003
On the accuracy of adaptive phase estimation
D. Pope
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 24/11/2003
Seminars at Macquarie University
From quantum mechanics to thermodynamics Günter Mahler
University of Stuttgart, Germany
MU Seminar  22/01/2003
In defense of the view that quantum states are states of knowledge Robert Spekkens
Perimeter Institute, Canada
MU Seminar  22/01/2003
Codes with the identifiable parent property Peter Wild
Information Security Group, Royal Holloway, University of London
MU Seminar, 28/03/2003
Security of quantum key distribution with entangled qunits Thomas Durt
Free University of Brussels, Belgium
MU Seminar, 2/04/2003
Quantum Information: Technology for Tomorrow Bill Munro
HewlettPackard Laboratories, Bristol, UK
MU Seminar, 27/10/2003
Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Daniel James
Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA
MU Seminar, 27/10/2003
Quantum Entanglement from an InformationTheoretic Viewpoint Stefan Wolf
University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada
MU Seminar, 27/10/2003
Shor's Algorithm is Optimal
Lawrence Ip
University of California, Berkeley, USA
MU Seminar, 12/12/2003
Seminars at [email protected]
Magnetic Resonance Investigations for P:Si QBits Wayne D. Hutchison
[email protected]
ADFA Seminar, 08/09/2003
Linear Optical Quantum Computation and [email protected] Elanor H. Huntington
[email protected]
ADFA Seminar, 01/09/03
