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CENTRE SEMINARS 2006

Seminars at The University of New South Wales

Gated STM-Fabricated Devices
Thilo Reusch
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 02/02/2006

Theory and Experiments in Quantum Spin Dynamics
Andrea Morello
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia, Canada
CQCT Seminar, 03/02/2006

Quantum Phase Transitions in an ion Trap Quantum Computer

Gerard Milburn
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 21/02/2006

Recent Advances in Gating Devices on Si/SiGe Heterostructures
Giordano Scappucci
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 14/03/2006

Mesoscopic Devices in Silicon/Silicon Germanium Heterostructures: recent Advances and Perspectives
Giordano Scappucci
Faculty of Built Environment & Engineering, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Research Seminar, 30/03/2006

Electrical Transport through a Single Dopant Atom
Sven Rogge
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, Holland
CQCT Seminar, 06/04/2006

Single Spin Detection using Nb and Al NanoSQUIDs
Kitty Lo
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 13/06/2006

Progress in Spin Qubit Development
Thomas Schenkel
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, USA
CQCT Seminar, 03/07/2006

Experimental Progress in Quantum-dot Cellular Automata
Greg Snider
University Notre Dame, USA
CQCT Seminar, 10/07/2006

Investigation of Self-Heating in Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
Roberto Menozzi
Università di Parma, Italy
CQCT Seminar, 10/07/2006

Electrical Properties of Si:P Devices Created by Scanning Probe Microscopy
Frank Rueß
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 14/07/2006

Towards Precision P Atom Qubits
Thilo Reusch
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 14/07/2006

Development of Low Temperature UHV-Compatible Silicon Dioxide
Giordano Scappucci
University of New South Wales, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 14/07/2006

Quantum Control of Coupled Spins in a Mesoscopic Environment
Jake Taylor
Harvard University, USA
CQCT Seminar, 28/08/2006

Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions
Dave Kielpinski
Griffith University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 19/09/2006

CQCT Journal Club
University of New South Wales, Australia
University of Queensland, Australia

Met 27 times during 2006

Quantum Computation by Communication
Bill Munro
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, UK
CQCT Seminar, 01/02/2006

Spin-Spin and Light-Spin Coupling of Single Defects in Diamond
Fedor Jelezko
University of Stuttgart, Germany
UQ Seminar, 09/03/2006

Comparing Coherence of Optical Qubit Encodings
Austin Lund
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 15/03/2006

Processing Single-rail Qubits via Linear Optics and Photodetection
Dominic Berry
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 30/03/2006

Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions
Dave Kielpinski
Griffith University, Australia
UQ Seminar, 07/04/2006

UQ-GU Theory Workshop
Austin Lund, University of Queensland, Australia
Lloyd Hollenberg, University of Melbourne, Australia
Erik Streed & Steve Jones, Griffith University, Australia
Workshop, 04/05/2006

Order from Chaos: Harnessing the Power of Non-Linearity for Good Rather than Evil
Eleanor Huntington
UNSW @ ADFA, Canberra, Australia
UQ Seminar, 05/05/2006

Hidden Variable Models: What do we Know and Why Should We Care?
Nicholas Harrigan
Imperial College, UK
CQCT Seminar, 19/07/2006

Cluster State Quantum Computing Tolerant to Qubit Loss
Michael Varnava
Imperial College, UK
CQCT Seminar, 19/07/2006

Zeno Fusion Gate
Patrick Leung
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 02/08/2006

Processing Single-rail Qubits via Linear Optics and Photodetection II
Dominic Berry
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2006

Violations of Bell's Inequality beyond Tsirelson's Bound with Two-Qubit Entanglement
Hyunseok Jeong
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 23/08/2006

Optical Quantum Computing
Aggie Branczyk
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 30/08/2006

Gravitationally Induced Decoherence of Entanglement
Tim Ralph
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 06/09/2006

Phonon Induced Population Inversion in Driven Quantum Dots
Tom Stace
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 13/09/2006

Spectral Structure and Decompositions of Optical States, and their Applications?
Peter Rohde
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 18/10/2006

From Sideband Squeezing to Photon Anti-Bunching
Thomas Symul
Australian National University, Canberra
CQCT Seminar, 25/10/2006

Quantum Zeno C-Sign gate with loss
Alexei Gilchrist
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/11/2006

Raman Adiabatic Transfer of Optical states in Multilevel Atoms
Alex Lvovsky
University of Calgary, Canada
CQCT Seminar, 15/12/2006

Seminars at The University of Queensland

Quantum Computation by Communication
Bill Munro
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, UK
CQCT Seminar, 01/02/2006

Spin-Spin and Light-Spin Coupling of Single Defects in Diamond
Fedor Jelezko
University of Stuttgart, Germany
UQ Seminar, 09/03/2006

Comparing Coherence of Optical Qubit Encodings
Austin Lund
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 15/03/2006

Processing Single-rail Qubits via Linear Optics and Photodetection
Dominic Berry
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 30/03/2006

Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions
Dave Kielpinski
Griffith University, Australia
UQ Seminar, 07/04/2006

UQ-GU Theory Workshop
Austin Lund, University of Queensland, Australia
Lloyd Hollenberg, University of Melbourne, Australia
Erik Streed & Steve Jones, Griffith University, Australia
Workshop, 04/05/2006

Order from Chaos: Harnessing the Power of Non-Linearity for Good Rather than Evil
Eleanor Huntington
UNSW @ ADFA, Canberra, Australia
UQ Seminar, 05/05/2006

Hidden Variable Models: What do we Know and Why Should We Care?
Nicholas Harrigan
Imperial College, UK
CQCT Seminar, 19/07/2006

Cluster State Quantum Computing Tolerant to Qubit Loss
Michael Varnava
Imperial College, UK
CQCT Seminar, 19/07/2006

Zeno Fusion Gate
Patrick Leung
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 02/08/2006

Processing Single-rail Qubits via Linear Optics and Photodetection II
Dominic Berry
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/08/2006

Violations of Bell's Inequality beyond Tsirelson's Bound with Two-Qubit Entanglement
Hyunseok Jeong
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 23/08/2006

Optical Quantum Computing
Aggie Branczyk
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 30/08/2006

Gravitationally Induced Decoherence of Entanglement
Tim Ralph
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 06/09/2006

Phonon Induced Population Inversion in Driven Quantum Dots
Tom Stace
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 13/09/2006

Spectral Structure and Decompositions of Optical States, and their Applications?
Peter Rohde
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 18/10/2006

From Sideband Squeezing to Photon Anti-Bunching
Thomas Symul
Australian National University, Canberra
CQCT Seminar, 25/10/2006

Quantum Zeno C-Sign gate with loss
Alexei Gilchrist
University of Queensland, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 01/11/2006

Raman Adiabatic Transfer of Optical states in Multilevel Atoms
Alex Lvovsky
University of Calgary, Canada
CQCT Seminar, 15/12/2006

Seminars at The University of Melbourne

Quantum Computing using Fullerenes
Jason Twamley
Macquarie University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 08/03/2006

Electrical Transport Through a Single Dopant Atom
Sven Rogge
Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
CQCT Seminar, 21/03/2006

Report on visit to Sandia National Laboratories USA
David Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
MARC Seminar, 18/05/2006

Program Review: University of Melbourne Node Overview
David Jamieson
University of Melbourne, Australia
School of Physics Seminar, 17/07/2006

Physics: Time and Archaeology
David Jamieson
July Lecture in Physics, University of Melbourne, 21/07/2006

Silicon Qubits & Nanoelectronics
AndrewDzurak
University of New South Wales
Professorial Inaugural Colloquium, University of Melbourne, 11/10/2006

Seminars at Griffith University

Guidance and control in a Josephson charge qubit
Jason Ralph
Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, University of Liverpool, UK
GU Seminar, 19/01/2006

Comparing decoherence amongst optical quantum information encodings
Austin Lund
University of Queensland, Australia
GU Seminar, 06/03/2006

Characterizing decoherence with information-preserving structures
Robin Blume-Kohout
Institute for Quantum Information, Caltech, USA
GU Seminar, 14/03/2006

Discussion: “All entangled states are useful for information processing" by Luis Masanes
Howard Wiseman
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 21/03/2006

Quantum Entanglement, Measurement and Information
Steve Jones
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 28/03/2006

A Bose Einstein condensate of metastable atom
Andrew Truscott
Australian National University, Australia
GU Seminar, 04/04/2006

Information Theory and Control
Josh Combes
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 11/04/2006

Liouville mechanics with an epistemic restriction and Bohr's response to EPR
Robert Spekkens
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, UK
GU Seminar, 02/05/2006

Quantum computing with trapped ions
David Kielpinski
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 09/05/2006

The Great Quantum Nonlocality Bake-off
Howard Wiseman
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 16/05/2006

A semi-definite program approach to quantum control"
Paulo Mendonca
University of Queensland, Australia
GU Seminar, 23/05/2006

Quantal and semi-classical approaches to the degradation of quantum reference frames.
Peter Turner
Institute for Quantum Information Science, University of Calgary, Canada
GU Seminar, 06/06/2006

A Review: Katz et al “Coherent State Evolution in a Superconducting Qubit from Partial-Collapse Measurement"
Neil Oxtoby
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 20/06/2006

Achieving the Heisenberg Limit in Interferometry: What does it take?
Howard Wiseman
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 11/07/2006

Josephson Effect, SQUIDs & Science paper
He-Bi Sun
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 18/07/2006

Steady State Entanglement in Cavity QED
Nick Cummings
University of Maryland, USA
GU Seminar, 26/07/2006

Reconsidering Rapid Qubit Purification by Feedback
Howard Wiseman
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 02/08/2006

Pretty Vacant? The properties of Single Nitrogen-Vacancy Centres
Joanne Harrison
Laser Physics Centre, Australian National University, Canberra
GU Seminar, 06/09/2006

Bell Inequalities with Unbounded Observables
Erik Cavalcanti
University of Queensland, Australia
GU Seminar, 13/09/2006

Optimality of Feedback Control Strategies for Qubit Purification
Howard Wiseman
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 20/09/2006

Can the Born Rule be Derived?
Maximilian Schlosshauer
University of Queensland, Australia
GU Seminar, 27/09/2006

Tight Informationally Complete Quantum Measurements
Andrew Scott
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 04/10/2006

A Review: Jordan and Korotkov "Qubit feedback and control with kicked Quantum Nondemolition Measurements: A Quantum Bayesian Analysis"
Josh Combes
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 18/10/2006

Practical Application of a Quantum Time Machine
David Pegg
Griffith University, Australia
GU Seminar, 25/10/2006

Seminars at Macquarie University

Classical and Quantum Function Reconstruction
Igor Shparlinski
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
CQCT Seminar, 10/02/2006

Overview of quantum estimation problems
Mario Ziman
Research Center for Quantum Information, Bratislava, Slovakia
MQ Seminar, 16/03/2006

Efficient Quantum Process Tomography --- but do we need it?
Alexei Gilchrist
University of Queensland, Australia
MQ Seminar, 22/03/2006

Fault-tolerance thresholds for linear optical quantum computing
Christopher Dawson
University of Sydney, Australia
MQ Seminar, 06/04/2006

Quantum Information Technology – Prospects for the Future
Jason Twamley
Macquarie University, Australia
CQCT Seminar, 10/04/2006

Adiabatic passage through space: robust coherent transport in solid-state systems
Andrew Greentree
University of Melbourne, Australia
MQ Seminar, 11/04/2006

Quantum Computing with Trapped Ions and Ultrafast Lasers
David Kielpinski
Griffith University, Australia
MQ Seminar, 12/04/2006

Quantum Time Machines: What? Why? and (maybe) How?
Tim Ralph
University of Queensland, Australia
MQ Seminar, 11/05/2006

Quantal and semi-classical approaches to the degradation of quantum reference frames
Peter Turner
Institute for Quantum Information Science, University of Calgary, Canada
MQ Seminar, 26/05/2006

Introduction to Quantum Games
Adrian Flitney
School of Physics University of Melbourne, Australia
MQ Seminar, 22/06/2006

Quantum Computing with Delocalised Qubits
Joe Fitzsimons
PhD Student, St. Anne's College Oxford, UK
MQ Seminar, 13/07/2006

Many-Body Quantum Properties of Ultracold Atoms
Chaohong Lee
Nonlinear Physics Centre, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra
MQ Seminar, 20/07/2006

Does Quantum Mechanics violate Einstein's Equivalence Principle?
Paul Davies
Australian Centre for Astrobiology,
Macquarie University, Australia
MQ Seminar, 26/07/2006

The Diamond Quantum Computer
Steven Prawer
University of Melbourne, Australia
MQ Seminar, 31/07/2006

Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics in Mesoscopic Circuits: High-Fidelity Measurement and Quantum Feedback Control
Hsi-Sheng Goan
Department of Physics, National Taiwan University
MQ Seminar, 10/08/2006

Constructing a non-Markovian Measurement Master Equation
Sarah Croke
Department of Physics,
University of Strathclyde, UK
MQ Seminar, 30/10/2006

Coherent Transport of Spin Qubits in an Engineered-Atom Silicon Quantum Computer: Demonstrating the Critical Spintronics
Robert Clark
University of New South Wales, Australia
MQ Seminar, 23/11/2006

 

 

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