"One need neither
hope to undertake, nor succeed to persevere."
William of Orange "the Silent" (1533-1584)
"The test of
a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind
at the same time, and still retain the ability to function.
One should, for example, be able to see that things are hopeless and yet be determined to make them otherwise."
F. Scott Fitzgerald ("The Crack-Up," 1936)
09/21/2011: Our "many squares" optical-frequency-comb quantum register is featured in Physics Today.
07/27/2011: Matthew Pysher successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis, and took a job with ESI in Fremont, CA. Congrats, Dr. Matt!!
07/14/2011: The "many squares" paper has been published in Physical Review Letters.
07/07/2011: Video abstract available for our paper "Nonlocal restoration of two-mode squeezing in the presence of strong optical loss."
06/22/2011: The "many squares" paper has been accepted by Physical Review Letters.
06/06/2011: The Mermin's inequality paper has been accepted by Quantum Information and Computation.
04/25/2011: New theoretical results on the violation of Mermin's inequality with nonideal quantum optical measurements.
03/29/2011: New experimental "many squares" result, the parallel generation of 15 quadripartite cluster states, over 60 Qmodes of the optical frequency comb.
09/22/2008: Our proposal for implementing quantum computing over the rainbow (optical frequency comb) is spotlit by APS in the online journal Physics