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Interest on fundamental theoretical questions in physics welcome! (as a side interest).
Please see job posting #0617218 at Jobs@UVa.
05/06/2015: Moran's story makes the UVa front web page
04/08/2015: Moran Chen successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis, "Large-scale cluster-state entanglement in the quantum optical frequency comb." Congrats, Dr. Chen!!
09/24/2014: New paper in JOSA B special issue on Photon-Number-Resolving Detectors for Quantum-State Engineering, "Direct measurement of the Wigner function by photon-number-resolving detection."
07/21/2014: Reihaneh Shahrokhshahi successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis, "A cavity-enhanced narrow-band multiphoton source for applications in quantum information." Congrats, Dr. Shahrokhshahi!!
11/21/2013: NEW experimental result: 60 cavity modes (at least) entangled in a dual-rail cluster state!
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