
Peer Reviewed Publications

Cornell University

Manuscripts Submitted

1. “Quantum ratedistortion
theory for I.I.D. sources,” Igor Devetak and Toby Berger, accepted for
publication in the special issue of IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory dedicated to
Aaron Wyner, quantph/0011085 (2002).

2. “The union of physics and information I. Devetak
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 A. E. Staples
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Princeton University,
Princeton, New Jersey 08540 March 5, 2002“

Papers Published (PeerReviewed)

1. “Quantum ratedistortion
theory for memoryless sources,” I. Devetak and T. Berger, IEEE Transactions
on Information Theory (Special Issue in Memory of Aaron D. Wyner), 48, 1580
(2002).
1.
“Fidelity tradeoff for finite ensembles
of identically prepared quibits,” K. Banaszek
and I. Devetak, Phys. Rev. A 64,
052307 (2001).
2.
“Lowentanglement remote
state preparation,” I. Devetak and T. Berger, Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 197901 (2001).

Presentations

1. “Continuum
Quantum RateDistortion,” T. Berger, Invited seminar, University of Rochester,
Rochester, New York, August 20, 2002.
2. “Quantum ratedistortion
theory,” I. Devetak and T. Berger, poster presentation, QIP2001, 4^{th}
Workshop on Quantum Information Processing, Amsterdam, January 2001.
3. “Lowentanglement remote state preparation,”
I. Devetak and T. Berger, contributed talk, International Conference on
Quantum Information, Rochester, NY, June 1316, 2001.
4. “Quantum ratedistortion theory for I.I.D. sources,”
I. Devetak and T. Berger, contributed talk, 2001 IEEE International Symposium
on Information Theory, Washington, DC, June 26July 1, 2001.

Harvard
University

Manuscripts
Submitted

1. “The lowtemperature fate
of the ‘0.7 structure’ in a point contact:
A Kondolike correlated state in an open system,” S.M. Cronenwett,
H.J. Lynch, D. GoldhaberGordon, L.P. Kouwenhoven, C.M. Marcus, K. Hirose,
N.S. Wingreen, and V. Umansky, submitted to Science.

Papers Published
(PeerReviewed)

1. “Lowtemperature fate of the 0.7 structure
in a point contact: A Kondolike correlated state in an open system,” S.
M. Cronenwett, H. J. Lynch, D. GoldhaberGordon, L. P. Kouwenhoven, C. M.
Marcus, K. Hirose, N. S. Wingreen, and V. Umansky, Phys. Rev. Lett., 88,
226805 (2002).
2. “Adiabatic quantum pump
of spinpolarized current,” E. R. Mucciolo, C. Chamon, and C. M. Marcus,
Phys. Rev. Lett., 89, 146802 (2002).
3. “Detecting spinpolarized
currents in ballistic nanostructures,” R. M. Potok, J. A. Folk, C. M. Marcus,
and V. Umansky, Phys. Rev. Lett., 89, 266602 (2002).
4. “Spinorbit coupling,
antilocalization, and parallel magnetic fields in quantum dots,” D. M. Zumbühl,
J. B. Miller, C. M. Marcus, K. Campman, and A. C. Gossard, Phys. Rev. Lett.,
89, 276803 (2002).
5. “A gatecontrolled bidirectional
spin filter using quantum coherence,” J. A. Folk, R. M. Potok, C. M. Marcus,
andV. Umansky, Science, 299, 679 (2003).
6. “Gatecontrolled spinorbit
quantum interference effects in lateral transport,” J. B. Miller, D. M. Zumbühl,
C. M. Marcus, Y. B. LyandaGeller, D. GoldhaberGordon, K. Campman, and A.
C. Gossard, Phys. Rev. Lett., 90, 076807 (2003).
7.
“Decoherence in nearly isolated quantum
dots,” J.A. Folk, C.M. Marcus, and J.S. Harris, Jr., Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 206802 (2001).
8.
“Coulomb blockade and electron
spin in quantum dots,” C.M. Marcus, J.A. folk, R.M. Potok, A.C. Johnson,
L.P. Kouwenhoven, R. Berkovits, I.L. Kurland, I.L. Aleiner, and B.L. Altshuler,
Proceedings of the XXXVIth Rencontres de Moriond ‘Electronic Correlations: From Meso to Nanophysics’ Les Arcs,
France (2001).
9.
“Spin degeneracy and conductance fluctuations
in open quantum dots,” J.A. Falk, S.R. Patel, K.M. Birnbaum, C.M. Marcus,
C.I. Duruoz, and J.S. Harris, Jr., Phys. Rev. Lett. 86, 2102
(2001).
10. "The LowTemperature Fate of
the 0.7 Structure in a Point Contact: A Kondolike Correlated State in an
Open System", S. M. Cronenwett, H. J. Lynch, D. GoldhaberGordon, L. P.
Kouwenhoven, C. M. Marcus, K. Hirose, N. S. Wingreen, V. Umansky, Phys. Rev.
Lett. 88, 226805 (2002)

University of Rochester

Manuscripts
Submitted

1. “Efficient implementation of the BernsteinVazirani algorithm,”
C. Dorrer, M. Anderson, P. Londero, K. Banaszek and I. A. Walmsley, submitted
to Phys. Rev. Lett., 2003.
2. “Photon engineering for quantum information processing,”
A. U’Ren, K. Banaszek and I. A. Walmsley, submitted to Quantum Information
and
Computation (invited paper), 2003.
3. “Managing photons for quantum information processing,” A.
U’Ren, E.
Mukamel, K. Banaszek and I. A. Walmsley, submitted to Proc. Roy. Soc. (invited
paper), 2003.
4. “Reverse decoherence and photon wave functions,” J. H. Eberly,
K. W. Chan, and C. K. Law, invited article in Chaos, Solitons and Fractals
(to be submitted).
5. “Quantifying control of photonatom entanglement in spontaneous
emission,” K.W. Chan, C. K. Law, and J. H. Eberly, Proc. of International
Conf. on Quantum Information, edited by I. A. Walmsley, et al., OSA Publications.
6. “Schmidtmode analysis of entanglement for quantum information
studies,” J. H. Eberly, in Proc. of NATOASI on Quantum Communication and
Information Technologies, edited by A. Shumovsky (SpringerVerlag, 2003).
7. “Experimental phasesensitive cloning,” John C. Howell,
Irfan A. Khan, D. Bouwmeester, and N. P. Bigelow, Phys. Rev. Lett., in review.
8. “Forbidden transitions in a MOT,” M. Bhattacharya, C. Haimberger,
and N. P. Bigelow, Phys. Rev. Lett., in review.
9. “Calculation of the interspecies swave scattering length
in an ultracold NaRb vapor,” S. B. Weiss, M. Bhattacharya, and N. P. Bigelow,
Phys. Rev. A, in review.
10. “Compressible vortex matter,” L. Baksmaty, S. Woo, S. Choi,
and N. P. Bigelow, Nature, in review.
11. “Quasiparticle excitations of a vortex lattice in a BoseEinstein
condensate,” S. Woo, L. Baksmaty, and N. P. Bigelow, Phys. Rev. Lett., in
review.
12. “Quasiparticle excitations of a vortex lattice in a BoseEinstein
condensate,” H. Pu, W. Zhang, L. O. Baksmaty, N. P. Bigelow, and P. Meystre,
Phys. Rev. A, accepted.
2.
"Reverse decoherence and photon wave functions," J. H. Eberly, K. W. Chan
and C. K. Law, invited article in Chaos, Solitons and Fractals (to be submitted).
3.
“Atomic wave packet basis
for quantum information,” A. Muthukrishnan and C.R. Stroud, Jr., quantph/0106165
at xxx.lanl.gov.

Papers Published (PeerReviewed)

1. “Rotationally induced
collapse and revivals of molecular vibrational wavepackets: Model for environmentinduced
decoherence,” S. Wallentowitz, I. A. Walmsley, L. J. Waxer and Th. Richter,
J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 35, 1967 (2002)
2. “Photon counting with
a loop detector,” K. Banaszek and I. A. Walmsley, Opt. Lett., 28, 52 (2003)
3. “Localized singlephoton
wave functions in free space,” K. W. Chan, C. K. Law, and J. H. Eberly, Phys.
Rev. Lett., 88, 100402 (2002).
4. “Bell inequalities and
quantum mechanics,” J. H. Eberly, Am. J. Phys., 70, 276(2002).
5. “Phonon decoherence of
quantum entanglement: Robust and fragile states,” T. Yu and J. H. Eberly,
Phys. Rev. B, 66, 193306 (2002).
6. “Spontaneousnoise entanglement
and photon wave functions,” J. H. Eberly, K.W. Chan, and C. K. Law, Chaos
Solitons and Fractals 16, 399 (2003).
7. “Quantum fast Fourier
transform using multilevel atoms,” Ashok Muthukrishnan and C. R. Stroud,
Jr., J. Mod. Opt., 49, 2115 (2002).
8. “Entanglement of internal
and external angular momenta of a single atom,” Ashok Muthukrishnan and C.
R. Stroud, Jr., J. Opt. B: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 4, S73 (2002).
9. “Entanglement of a gas of atomic spins,” N. P. Bigelow,
Acta Phys. Pol. 101, 307 (2001).
10. “Spin squeezing in degenerate
and nondegenerate atomic vapors,” N. P. Bigelow, Zeitschrift Naturforsch.
56a, 35 (2001).
11. “Creation of topological
states in spinor condensates,” H. Pu, S. Raghavan, and N. P. Bigelow, Phys.
Rev. A,, 63 063603 (2001).
12. “Comment on ``Observation
of superluminal behaviors in wave propagation'', N. P. Bigelow and C. R.
Hagan, Phys. Rev. Lett 87, 059401 (2001).
13. “Twodimensional matrix continued fraction and the timeindependent
Schrödinger equation,” H. Y. Ling, J. Michaelson, H. Pu, L. Baksmaty,
and N. P. Bigelow, J. Comp. Phys., accepted.
14. “Theory of a collective
atomic laser,” H. Ling, H. Pu. L. Baksmaty, and N. P. Bigelow, Phys. Rev.
A 63, 053810 (2001).
15. “Rotational states in
ultracold collisions,” J. Shaffer, W. Chalupczak, and N. P. Bigelow, Phys.
Rev. A, Rapid. Comm., 63, 021401(R) (2001).
16. “An all optical dynamical
dark trap for neutral atoms,” P. Rudy, R. Ejnisman, A.Rahman, S. Lee, and
N. P. Bigelow, Optics Express, 8, 159 (2001).
17. “Generation of arbitrary
Dicke states in spinor BoseEinstein condensates,” S. Raghavan, H. Pu, P.
Meystre, and N. P. Bigelow, Optics Comm. 188, 149 (2001)
18. “Quantum Engineering:
Squeezing Entanglement,”N. Bigelow, Nature, 409, 27 (2001).
19.
“Engineering indistinguishability
and entanglement of two photons”, D. Branning, W.P. Grice, R. Erdmann and
I.A. Walmsley, Phys. Rev. Lett., 83, 955 (1999).
20. “Excitation
of a threedimensionally localized atomic electron wave packet,̶ 1; Jake
Bromage and C.R. Stroud, Jr., Phys. Rev. Lett., 83, 4963
(1999).
21. “Multivalued logic
gates for quantum computation," Ashok Muthukrishnan and C.R. Stroud, Jr.,
Phys. Rev. A 62, 52309 (2000).
22. "General series
solution for finite squarewell energy levels for use in wavepacket studies,"
David L. Aronstein and C.R. Stroud, Jr., Am. J. Phys.
68, 943 (2000).
23.
"Continuous frequency
entanglement: effective finite Hilbert space and entropy control", C.K.
Law, I.A. Walmsley and J.H. Eberly, Phys. Rev. Lett.
84, 5304 (2000).
24.
“Interferometric technique
for engineering indistinguishability and entanglement of photon pairs,” R.
Erdmann , D. Branning, W.P. Grice and I.A. Walmsley, Phys. Rev. A 62, 013814 (2000).
25.
“Restoring disperson
cancellation for entangled photons produced by ultrashort pulses”, R. Erdmann,
D. Branning, W. Grice, and I.A. Walmsley, Phys. Rev. A 62,
053810 (2000).
26. “Temporal
heterodyne detector for multitemporal mode quantum state measurem ent”, C.
Iaconis, E. Mukamel, and I.A. Walmsley, J. Opt. B. Quant. and Semicl. Opt.
2 510 (2000).
27. “Approximating
finite square well energy levels,” D.L. Aronstein and C.R. Stroud, Am.
J. Phys. 68, 943 (2000).
28. “How big
is a Quantum Computer,” S. Wallentowitz, I.A. Walmsley, and J.H. Eberly,
quantph/0009069, September 2000.
29.
“Violation of Bell's Inequality by a Generalized
EinsteinPodolskyRosen State Using Homodyne Detection,” A. Kuzmich, I.A.
Walmsley and L. Mandel, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 1349 (2000).
30. “Restoring
dispersion cancellation for entangled photons produced by ultrashort pulses
by parametric downconversion,” R. Erdmann, D. Branning, W.P. Grice, and I.A.
Walmlsey, Phys. Rev. A. 62, 053810 (2000).
31. “Eliminating frequency
and spacetime correlations in multiphoton states,” W.P. Grice, A. U’Ren,
and I.A. Walmsley, Phys. Rev. A. 64, 063815 (2001).
32. "Qubit crosstalk and
entanglement decay", J.S. Pratt and J.H. Eberly, Phys. Rev. B 64, 195314 (2001).
33. “Generation
of correlated photons in controlled spatial modes by downconversion in nonlinear
waveguides,” K. Banaszek, A.B. U’Ren, and I.A. Walmsley, Opt. Lett. 26,
13671369 (2001).
34. “Joint quantum state measurement
using unbalanced array detection,” M. Beck, C. Dorrer,a nd I.A. Walmsley,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 87, 253601 (2001).
35. “Violation of a Belltype
inequality in the homodyne measurement of light in an EinsteinPodolskyRosen
state,” A. Kuzmich, I.A. Walmsley, and L. Mandel, Phys. Rev. A, 64, 063804
(2001).
36.
“Bell inequalities and quantum mechanics,” J.H. Eberly, Am. J.
Phys. 70, 276 (2002).

Presentations

1. “Entanglement and MemoryForce Bound States,” J. H. Eberly,
AROMURI Review, Harvard University, Boston, MA, February 2002.
2. “A New Look at ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’,” J. H. Eberly,
Physics
Colloquium, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, March 2002.
3. “Continuum Entanglement Bound States and Quantum Memory
Force (QMF),” J. H . Eberly, Invited, Quiprocone Workshop, University of
Durham, Durham, UK, April 2002.
4. “Robust vs. Fragile Entanglement and Decoherence vs. Local
Dephasing,” J. H. Eberly, Quantum Optics Colloquium, NASAJPL, Pasadena,
CA, May 2002.
5. “Decoherence Control via Random Matrices,” Postdeadline
poster, Jin Wang and J. H. Eberly, APS/DAMOP Annual Meeting, Williamsburg,
VA, May 2002.
6. “Entanglement Decoherence vs. Local Dephasing, Robust and
Fragile Entangled States,” J. H. Eberly, NATO – Advanced Study Institute,
Bilkent University, Ankara and Antalya, Turkey, June 2002.
7. “Elementary Introduction to the Schmidt Theorem and Bipartite
Entanglement Analysis,” J. H. Eberly, NATO – Advanced Study Institute, Bilkent
University, Ankara and Antalya, Turkey, June 2002.
8. “Entanglement in Continuous Hilbert Spaces and The ‘Memory
Force’,” J. H. Eberly, NATO – Advanced Study Institute, Bilkent University,
Ankara and Antalya, Turkey, June 2002.
9. “Decoherence of Entanglement: A Toy Model,” J. H. Eberly,
Poster paper, Perspectives in Decoherence Control and Quantum Computing,
Ann Arbor, MI, August 2002.
10. “Information Measure of Available Entanglement in Photonatom
Scattering,” J. H. Eberly, Poster, paper # MK46, K. W. Chan and J. H. Eberly,
Laser Science 18, Orlando, FL, September 2002.
11. “Robust and Fragile Entangled Quantum States in a Toy Model,”
J. H. Eberly, Poster, paper # ThG2, *Ting Yu and J.H. Eberly, Laser Science
18, Orlando, FL, October 2002.
12. “Schmidt Disentanglement and Quantum Memory Force (QMF),”
J. H.Eberly, AMO Physics Seminar, Seoul National University , Seoul, Korea,
October 2002.
13. Inaugural Asan Memorial Lectures: “Schmidt Disentanglement
and Quantum Memory Force (QMF),” J. H. Eberly, Department of Physics, Korea
University, Seoul, Korea, October 2002.14. “Control of High Entanglement
and the EPR Limit,” J. H. Eberly, Invited Hot Topic, Discussion Meeting on
Practical Realizations of Quantum Information Processing, The Royal Society,
London, November 2002.
15. “Memory Forcea Quantum Tie that Can Bind,” J. H. Eberly,
Invited, Symposium on Complexity in Optics, Lorentz Centre, Leiden University,
Netherlands, November 2002.
16. “Memory Force and Quantum Entanglement,” J. H. Eberly,
Informal AMO Seminar, University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany,
December 2002.
17. “Quantum Mechanics in the Classical Limit,” C. R. Stroud,
Jr., Invited plenarylecture, 38th Conference on the Physics of Quantum Electronics,
Snowbird, Utah, January 2002.
18. “Overview MURI Center for Quantum Information,” C. R. Stroud,
Jr., MURI Program Review, Harvard University, February 24, 2002.
19. “Technological Importance of Quantum Weirdness,” C. R.
Stroud, Jr., Office of Naval Research, Physics Directorate Review, Arlington,
VA, May 2002.
20. “Quantum Weirdness: Technology of the Future,” C. R. Stroud,
Jr., Invited public lecture, SUNY Binghamton, September 2002.
21. “Rydberg Electron Wave Packets: Observing and manipulating
electrons within an atom,” C. R. Stroud, Jr., Physics Colloquium, SUNY Binghamton,
September 2002.
22. “Quantum Weirdness: Technology of the Future,” C. R. Stroud,
Jr., Invited public lecture, University of Kansas, Lawrence, October 2002.
23. “Rydberg Electron Wave Packets: Observing and manipulating
electrons within an atom,” C. R. Stroud, Jr., Physics Colloquium, University
of Kansas, Lawrence, October 2002.
24. “Quantum Weirdness: Technology of the Future,” C. R. Stroud,
Jr., Invited public lecture, Wichita State University, October 2002.
25. “Rydberg Electron Wave Packets: Observing and manipulating
electrons within an atom,” C. R. Stroud, Jr., Physics Colloquium, Wichita
State University, October 2002.
26. “Singlequery alloptical 50 –element database search,”
Ian A. Walmsley, QELS, Baltimore, MD, May 2001.
27. “Engineering entanglement in ultrafast parametric downconversion,”
Ian A. Walmsley, ICCSUR, Boston, MA, May 2001.
28. “Single particle quantum computing and the classical limit,”
Ian A. Walmsley, Atomic Physics Gordon Conference, Williamstown, MA, June
2001.
29. “Controlling decoherence in molecular vibrational dynamics,”
Ian A. Walmsley, Quantum Optics V, Rochester, NY, June 2001.
30. “Controlling decoherence in molecular vibrational dynamics,”
Ian A. Walmsley, Quantum Control Gordon Conference, Mt. Holyoke. MA, July
2001.
31. “Resource measures for quantum information processing,”
Ian A. Walmsley, ILSXVI, Long Beach, CA, October 2001.
32. “Alloptical 50 –element database search,” Ian A. Walmsley,
QUIPROCONE Torino, October 2001.
33. “Taming the Dragon: Closedloop control of decoherence
in molecular vibrations,” Ian A. Walmsley, Quantum Control Workshop, Schloss
Ringberg, Bavaria, December, 2001.
34. “Managing photonic entanglement for quantum information
processing,” Ian A. Walmsley, QUIPROCONE Workshop, Durham, England, April
2002.
35. “Efficient Generation of Entangled Photons by means of
Parametric
Downconversion in Controlled SpatioTemporal Modes,” Ian A. Walmsley, Quantum
Communications and Quantum Computation Meeting, Boston, MA, August 2002.
36. “Quantum Information Science,” Ian A. Walmsley, Near Field
Optics Conference NFO7, Rochester, NY, August 2002.
37. “Implementation of the BernsteinVazirani algorithm using
optics,” Ian A. Walmsley, ICO Conference, Firenze, Italy, September 2002.
38. “Managing Decoherence,” Ian A. Walmsley, ESF /EU Summer
School on Coherent Control, Cargese, Corsica, September 2002.
39. “Engineering photons for quantum information processing,”
Ian A. Walmsley, Royal Society Meeting on Quantum Information Processing,
London, November, 2002.
40. “Engineering photons for quantum information science,”
Ian A. Walmsley, Max Planck Insitut für QuantenOptik, Garching, Germany,
December 2002.
41. Invited speaker and session chair, Nicholas Bigelow, Institute
for the Americas, University of New Mexico Workshop on BEC, February 2002.
42. Invited speaker, Nicholas Bigelow, Department of Physics
Colloquium, University of Connecticut, April 2002.
43. Invited speaker, Nicholas Bigelow, Department of Physics
Colloquium, University of Florida at Gainesville, April 2002.
44. “Vortex nucleation and arrangement in a stirred BoseEinstein
condensate,” L. O. Baksmaty and N. Bigelow, DAMOP Meeting of the American
Physical Society, Williamsburg, VA, May 2002.
45. “Collective excitations of vortex arrays in a trapped BoseEinstein
condensate,” L. O. Baksmaty, S. Woo, and N. Bigelow, DAMOP Meeting of the
American Physical Society, Williamsburg, VA, May 2002.
46. “Approaches to BEC in a twospecies magnetic trap,” S.
B. Weiss, M. J. Banks, J. P. Janis, and N. Bigelow, DAMOP Meeting of the
American Physical Society, Williamsburg, VA, May 2002.
47. “Determination of scattering lengths in lowtemperature
heteronuclear collisions,” S. B. Weiss and N. Bigelow, DAMOP Meeting of the
American Physical Society, Williamsburg, VA, May 2002.
48. Recoil effects and BEC,” Nicholas Bigelow, Invited speaker,
Gargnano, Italy, June 2002.
49. “Physics of ultracold dilute atomic gasses,” Nicholas Bigelow,
Invited speaker, Benasque Center for Science, Benasque, Spain, June 2002.
50. Invited speaker, Nicholas Bigelow, European Workshop on
Degenerate Quantum Gasses and Ultraprecise Clocks, Luntern, the Netherlands,
September 2002.
51. Invited Seminar, Nicholas Bigelow, Rice University, October
2002.
52. Invited talk, Nicholas Bigelow, Symposium on Chemical Physics
and Astronomy, Univ. of Waterloo October 2002.
53.
"Quantum
control via classical orbits," C.R. Stroud, Jr., at Israel Science Foundation
Workshop on Quantum Control and Information, Nof Genossar, Israel, November
1419, 1999.
54. "Quantum control and quantum state measurement,"
I. A. Walmsley, at Israel Science Foundation
Workshop on Quantum Control and Information, Nof Genossar, Israel, November
1419, 1999.
55. "Quantifying Continuum Entanglement," J.H. Eberly,
at Israel Science Foundation Workshop on Quantum Control and Information,
Nof Genossar, Israel, November 1419, 1999.
56. "Quantum control via classical orbits," C.R. Stroud,
Jr. at USJapan Workshop on Coherent Control, Honolulu, HI, December 1115,
1999.
57." Engineering
entanglement", I.A. Walmsley, at Workshop on Quantum Communications and Information,
NEC Research Institute, Princeton, NJ, December 1416, 1999.
58. “What shape is your
photon?” J.H. Eberly, Joint Atomic Physics/ITAMP Colloquium, Harvard University,
April 2001.
59. “Propagation and relaxation of entanglement in Heisenberg spin
chains,” J. Pratt and J. H. Eberly , Poster paper, Third CrossBorder Workshop
on Laser Science, University of Toronto, May 2001.
60. “Qualifying control of photonatom entanglement in spontaneous
emission,” K. W. Chan and J. H. Eberly, Poster paper, Third CrossBorder
Workshop on Laser Science, University of Toronto, May 2001.
61. “Fundamental onephoton images,” J.H. Eberly,
Invited Talk, International Conference on Squeezed
States and Uncertainty Relations, Boston University, June 2001.
62. “Propagation and relaxation of entanglement in Heisenberg spin
chains,” J. Pratt and J. H. Eberly, Contributed Paper, International Conference
on Quantum Information, University of Rochester, June 2001.
63. “Qualifying control of photonatom
entanglement in spontaneous emission,” K.W. Chan and J.H. Eberly, Contributed
Paper, International Conference on Quantum Information, University of Rochester,
June 2001.
64. “Control parameter for photonatom entanglement in spontaneous
emission,” K.W. Chan, C.K. Law and J.H. Eberly, Poster Paper, Quantum Optics
V, Koscielisko, Poland.
65. “Even stranger than we supposed:
from Max Planck to teleportation,” J.H. Eberly, Plenary Invited Talk, AAPT
Annual Summer Meeting, July 2001.
66. “Reversible relaxation in quantum optics,” J.H. Eberly, three
lectures, Los Alamos Summer School, Los Alamos, NM, July 2001.
67. “Control of photonatom entanglement and photon wave functions,”
K.W. Chan, C.K. Law and J.H. Eberly, Poster Paper, Workshop on Quantum Optics
2001, Jackson, WY, Aug. 2001.
68. “Reverse decoherence  Entanglement arising from quantum noise,”
J.H. Eberly, Invited Paper, Conference on Mechanisms for Decoherence  Theory and Applications to Nanotechnology and
Quantum Information, Austin, TX.

Rutgers University

Manuscripts
Submitted

1. “Field effect transistors on rubrene single crystals with
parylene gate insulator,” V. Podzorov, V. M. Pudalov, and M. E. Gershenson,
condmat/0210555, submitted to Appl. Phys. Lett.
2. “Hopping conductivity beyond the percolation regime probed
by shotnoise measurements,” F. E. Camino, V. V. Kuznetsov, E. E. Mendez,
M. E. Gershenson, D. Reuter, P. Schafmeister, and A. D. Weick, , condmat/0210167,
submitted to Phys. Rev. B.
3. “SubMM wave superconducting hotelectron direct detectors,”
B. S. Karasik, B. Delaet, W. R. McGrath, H. G. LeDuc, J. Wei, M. E. Gershenson,
and A. V. Sergeev, Proc. FIR, SubMM & MM Detector Technology Workshop,
13 April 2002, Monterey, CA, in press
4. "Absence
of spontaneous spin and valley polarization at the metalinsulator transition
in Siinversion layers," condmat/0110160.V.M. Pudalov, M. E. Gershenson,
and H. Kojima, 2001.

Papers Published (PeerReviewed)

1. “Electronphonon scattering
in disordered metallic films,” A. Sergeev,
B. S. Karasik, M. Gershenson, and V. Mitin, Physica B, 316317, 328 (2002).
2. “Reply to Pudalov et
al,” V. M. Pudalov, M. Gershenson, H. Kojima, N. Butch, E. M. Dizhur, G.
Brunthaler, A. Prinz, and G. Bauer, Phys. Rev. Lett., 89, 219702 (2002).
3. “Lowdensity spin susceptibility
and effective mass of mobile electrons in Si inversion layers,” V. M. Pudalov,
M. E. Gershenson, H. Kojima, N. Butch, E. M. Dizhur, G. Brunthaler, A. Prinz,
and G. Bauer, Phys. Rev. Lett., 88, 196404 (2002).
4. “Crossed magnetic fields
technique for studying spin and orbital properties of 2d electrons in the
dilute regime,” M. E. Gershenson, V. M. Pudalov, H. Kojima, N. Butch, E.
M. Dizhur, G. Brunthaler, A. Prinz, and G. Bauer, Physica E, 12, 585 (2002).
5. “Electronphonon relaxation in hotelectron detectors below
1 K,” B. S. Karasik, A. V. Sergeev, and M. E. Gershenson, Low Temperature
Detectors  Proc. 9th Int.Workshop on Low Temperature Detectors, Madison,
WI, 2001, AIP Conf. Proc 605, pp. 7578.
6.“Hotelectron effects in twodimensional
hopping conductivity within a large localization length,” M.E. Geshenson,
Yu. B. Khavin, D. Reuter, and P. Schafmeister, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 1718 (2000).
7. “Millisecond
electronphoton relaxation in ultrathin disosrdered metal films at millikelvin
temperatures,” M.E. Gershenson, D. Gong, T. Sato, B.S. Karasik, and A.V.
Sergeev, Appl. Phys. Lett. 79, 2049 (2001).

Presentations

1. “Interaction effects in conductivity of Si MOSFETs at intermediate
temperatures,” Michael Gershenson, Invited, NEC Research Workshop on 2D MIT,
May 2002.
2. “Interaction Effects in Electron Transport in Si Inversion
Layers at Intermediate Temperatures,” Michael Gershenson, Invited, Int. Conference
on Localization and Interaction Effects in Disordered Solids (Localization02),
Kyoto, August 2002.
3. “Interaction Effects in Conductivity of HighMobility Si
MOSFETs at
Intermediate Temperatures,” Michael Gershenson, Invited, Brown University,
November 2002.
4."The
crossover from weak to strong localization and hopping conductivity in conductors
with a large localization length", M. Gershenson, Workshop on Physics of
Ultrathin Films Near the MetalInsulator Transition, Brown University, December
1999.
5. "Hotelectron detectors: toward record sensitivity via
controllable electronphonon coupling", M. Gershenson, 11th Int. Symposium
on Space Terahertz Technology, May 2000.
6. "Hopping with a large localization length in lowdimensional
conductors", M. Gershenson, Int. Conference "Meso2000", Chernogolovka, July
2000.
7. "Electronphonon interaction in lowdimensional systems:
old puzzles and new applications", M. Gershenson, Workshop on Quantum Transport
and Mesoscopic Physics, Taiwan, January 2001.
8. “Measurements of the effective gfactor and mass
of electrons in Si MOSFETs over a wide range of carrier densities”, M. Gershenson,
The APS March Meeting, Seattle, March 2001.
9. “Crossed magnetic
field technique for studying spin and orbital properties of 2D electrons
in the dilute regime”, M. Gershenson, the 14^{ th} Int. Conf. On
Electronic Properties of Twodimensional systems, Prague, July 2001.

Stanford University

Manuscripts Submitted

1. “Geometric
programming duals of channel capacity and rate distortion,” M. Chiang and
S. Boyd, submitted to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory.

Papers Published (PeerReviewed)

1. “Rashba effect within
the coherent scattering formalism,” G. Feve, W. D. Oliver, M. Aranzana, and
Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. B, 66, 155328 (2002).
2. “Electron entanglement
via a quantum dot,” W. D. Oliver, F. Yamaguchi, and Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev.
Lett., 88, 037901 (2002).
3. “Indistinguishable photons
from a singlephoton device,” C. Santori, D. Fattal, J. Vuckovic, G. S. Solomon,
and Y. Yamamoto, Nature, 419, 594 (2002).
4. “Duality between channel
capacity and rate distortion with twosided state information,” T. M. Cover
and M. Chiang, IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, 48, 1629 (2002).
5. “Security of quantum key
distribution with entangled photons against individual attacks,” E. Waks,
A. Zeevi, and, Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. A, 65, 052310 (2002).
6. “On the classical capacity
of a quantum multipleaccess channel,” G. Klimovitch, Proceedings of the
IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, Washington, D.C., June
2001, pg. 278.
7.
“Multiphoton detection using visible
light photon counter,” J. Kim, S. Takeuchi, Y. Yamamoto, and H.H. Hogue,
Appl. Phys. Lett., 74, 902 (1999).
8. “Development of a
highquantumefficiency singlephoton counting system,” S. Takeuchi, J. Kim,
Y. Yamamoto, and H.H. Hogue, Appl. Phys. Lett., 74, 1063 (1999).
9. “A singlephoton
turnstile device,” J. Kim, O. Benson, H. Kan, and Y. Yamamoto, Nature, 397,
500 (1999).
10.“Ultralow threshold laser using a
single quantum dot and a microsphere cavity,'' M. Pelton and Y. Yamamoto,
Phys. Rev. A, 59, 2418 (1999).
11. “Hanbury Brown
and Twisstype experiment with electrons,'' W.D. Oliver, J. Kim, R.C. Liu,
and Y. Yamamoto, Science, 284, 299 (1999).
12. “Master
equation model of a single quantumdot microspherelaser,” O. Benson and Y.
Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. A, 59, 4756 (1999).
13. “Generation of phase states by
twophoton absorption,” H. Ezaki, E. Hanamura, and Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev.
Lett., 83, 3558, (1999).
14. “Manipulation of quantum statistics in mesoscopic
experiments,” Y. Yamamoto, in Quantum Coherence and Decoherence,
Y.A. Ono and K. Fujikawa, eds., pp.8390, NorthHolland, Amsterdam (1999).
15. “Entanglement
in 2DEG systems: Towards a detection loopholefree
test of Bell's inequality,” X. Maitre, W.D. Oliver, and Y. Yamamoto, Physica
E, 6, 301 (2000).
16.“Regulated and entangled photons
from a single quantum dot,'' O. Benson, C. Santori, M. Pelton, and Y.Yamamoto,
Phys. Rev. Lett., 84, 2513 (2000).
17.“Quantum
point contacts in a densitytunable twodimensional electron gas,” S. Nuttinck,
K. Hashimoto, S. Miyashita, T. Saku, Y. Yamamoto, and Y. Hirayama, Jpn. J.
Appl. Phys., 39, L655 (2000).
18. Reply
to comment on “Generation of phase states by twophoton absorption,” H. Ezaki,
E. Hanamura, and Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. Lett., 85, 1137 (2000).
19. “Single photon turnstile device, Y. Yamamoto, in
Quantum Optics of Small Structures, D.~Lenstra
et al., eds., pp.111121, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science,
Amsterdam (2000).
20. “Triggered
single photons from a quantum dot,” C. Santori, M. Pelton, G. Solomon, Y.
Dale, and Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. Lett., 86, 1502 (2000).
21. “Singlemode
spontaneous emission from a single quantum dot in a threedimensional microcavity,''
G.S Solomon, M. Pelton, and Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. Lett., 86, 3903 (2000).
22.
"Quantum Electron Optics and
its Applications, in Quantum Mesoscopic Phenomena and Mesoscopic
Devices in Microelectronics," W. D. Oliver, R. C.
Liu, J. Kim, X. Maitre, L. Di Carlo, and Y. Yamamoto, ed.
by I. O. Kulik and R. Ellialtioglu, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2000.
17.. “Electron entanglement via
a quantum dot,” W. Oliver, F. Yamaguchi, and Y. Yamamoto, Phys. Rev. Lett.,
88, 037901 (2002).

Presentations

1. “Geometric programming duals of channel capacity and rate
distortion,”
submitted to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. Partially presented as “Shannon duality
through Lagrange Duality,” M. Chiang and S. Boyd, Allerton Conference 2002.
2.
“Quantum indistinguishability
in twodimensional electron gas systems,” Y. Yamamoto, R. Liu, W. Oliver,
J. Kim, and X. Maitre, Proceedings of 15th International Symposium on Advanced
Physical Fields, pp. 417426, March 2000.
3. “Duality and a proof of capacity for a class of channels with state
information,” M. Chiang and T. Cover, Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium
on Information Theory and Applications, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 2000.
4. “Parallel Gaussian feedback channel capacity,” M. Chiang and T.
Cover, Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
and Applications, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 2000.
5. “Channel capacity and state estimation,” M. Chiang, A. Sutivong
and T. Cover, Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Information
Theory and Applications, pp.838840, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 2000.
6. “Writing on colored paper,'' W. Yu, A. Sutivong, D. Julian, T.
Cover and M. Chiang, Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Information
Theory, Washington, D.C., June 2001.
7. “On the classical capacity of a quantum multipleaccess channel,”
G. Klimovich, Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Information
Theory, Washington, D.C., June 2001.
8. “Unified duality of channel capacity and rate distortion with
state information,” M. Chiang and T. Cover, Proceedings of the IEEE International
Symposium on Information Theory, Washington, D.C., June 2001.
9. “Tradeoff between message and state information rates,” A. Sutivong,
T. Cover and M. Chiang, Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on
Information Theory, Washington, D.C., June 2001.
10. “Rate distortion tradeoff for channels with state information,”
A.Sutivong and T. Cover, submitted to IEEE International Symposium on Information
Theory, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2002.
11. “Multipleaccess channels with state information,” A. Sutivong
and T. Cover, submitted to IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory,
Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2002.
12. “Degraded broadcast channels with state information,” A. Sutivong,
Y. Kim, and T. Cover, submitted to IEEE International Symposium on Information
Theory, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2002.
13. “On the concavity of the increase in entropy in the second law
of thermodynamics,” D. Julian and T. Cover, submitted to IEEE International
Symposium on Information Theory, Lausanne, Switzerland, June 2002.


