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Third Annual SQuInT Workshop

Beckman Institute Auditorium, Caltech

Start Date: Mar 02, 2001 - 08:30am
End Date: Mar 04, 2001 - 12:30pm

Host: California Institute of Technology (Caltech), JPL, and University of New Mexico Center for Advanced Studies

Location: Beckman Institute Auditorium, Caltech, Pasadena, California

SQuInT '01 Annual Workshop

sponsored by Caltech, JPL, and the Institute for Quantum Information at the University of New Mexico Center for Advanced Studies

Friday March 2: Beckman Institute Auditorium, Caltech

9:00-9:45Hong Wen Jiang (UCLA)Spin resonance transistors and dynamic line narrowing in GaAs
9:45-10:30Charles Santori (Stanford)Triggered single photons and polarization-entangled photon pairs from a quantum dot
10:30-11:00Coffee break
11:00-11:45Alper Kiraz (UCSB)A single quantum dot single photon turnstile device
11:45-12:30Kenneth Brown (UCB)Quantum dots on linear supports: a solid state analogy to ion trap quantum computation
2:00-2:45Ralph DeVoe (IBM Almaden)  Observation of long decoherence times in trapped Ba-137 ions
2:45-3:30Eli Yablonovitch (UCLA)TUTORIAL: The coherence properties of spins inside semiconductors
3:30-4:00Coffee break
4:00-4:45Frank Verstraete (Leuven)
Pranaw Rungta (UNM)
Lorentz singular value decomposition and LQCC transformations
Concurrence and entanglement for higher-dimensional systems
4:45-5:30Gerd Klose (UAZ)Measuring the quantum state of a large angular momentum

Saturday March 3

Winnett Club Lounge, Caltech

9:00-9:45Richard Hughes (LANL)Latest results from free-space quantum cryptography
9:45-10:30Pierre Echternach (JPL)Experimental single Cooper Pair based quantum computing at JPL
10:30-11:00Coffee break
11:00-11:45Shohini Ghose (UNM)Atomic motion in magneto-optical lattices: A new testing ground for quantum chaos
11:45-12:30Steve Rolston (NIST Gaithersburg)FEATURED: Entanglement in Bose Einstein Condensates
2:00-2:45Gian Sallis (UCSB)Optical manipulation of nuclear spins by a two-dimensional electron gas
2:45-3:30Matthias Steffen (Stanford)
Anne Verhulst (Stanford)  
Experimental implementation of a Shor-type quantum algorithm
Non-thermal NMR quantum computing
3:30-4:00Coffee break
4:00-4:45Birgitta Whaley (UCB)TUTORIAL: Decoherence free subspaces
4:45-5:30Mary Rowe (NIST Boulder)Ion entanglement experiments at NIST

Sunday March 4

Beckman Institute Auditorium, Caltech

9:00-9:45James Lukens (SUNY)FEATURED: Observation of Macroscopic Quantum Coherence in a SQUID  
9:45-10:30Sumit Daftuar (Caltech)
David Beckman (Caltech)  
The trumping relation and the structure of entanglement
Causality constraints on measurement superoperators
10:30-11:00Coffee break
11:00-11:45Hideo Mabuchi (Caltech)Adaptive measurement of quantum phase
11:45-12:30Kurt Jacobs (LANL)Feedback control of atomic motion in a cavity