Howard M. Wiseman
Home Page for Howard Wiseman
Prof. H. M. Wiseman
for Quantum Dynamics
Brisbane Queensland 4111
Ph. 61-7-3735 7271
Fax 61-7-3735 4426
Researcher ID list of Publications with Citations:
Google Scholar list of Publications with
versions of most of my papers, from the physics archive (arXiv.org)
Download Ph.D. Thesis
Links on this Page:
Wiseman Group News
Quantum Measurement and Control
Quantum Computation and Communication Technology
Links to other Pages on my Site:
Themes in my Research in
(especially dark-age Britain)
Population as an
My Family (and other
Theory Group (Photo September 2012)
Back row: David Evans (PhD student), Dr Marcin Zwierz (research fellow), Dr Michael Hall (research
fellow), Ms Ivonne Guevera (PhD student), Mr Nicola Dalla Pozza (visiting PhD student)
Front row: Associate
Vaccaro, me, Professor David Pegg (Emeritus),
Upcoming theory seminars
Wiseman Group News
New Ph.D. student, Shakib Daryanoosh from Iran.
Science paper "Quantum-Enhanced Optical-Phase Tracking"
New Ph.D. student, Ivonne Guevara from Colombia.
accepted to Phys. Rev. Lett. "Are dynamical quantum jumps detector-dependent?"
by Howard M. Wiseman, Jay M. Gambetta
Communications paper “Conclusive
quantum steering with superconducting transition edge sensors”
by D. H. Smith, G. Gillett, M. P. de Almeida, C. Branciard, A.
Fedrizzi, T. J. Weinhold, A. Lita, B. Calkins, T. Gerrits, H. M.
Wiseman, S. W. Nam, and A. G. White,
We Living in the Matrix?" available online, given by me on
October 31, 2011.
Farewell to Dr Austin Lund (off to UQ);
Welcome to new researchers, Dr Michael Hall (from ANU) and Dr Marcin
Zwierz (from U. of Sheffield).
in press in Physics Reports. "Specker's Parable
of the Over-protective Seer: A Road to Contextuality, Nonlocality and
by Yeong-Cherng Liang, Robert W. Spekkens, and Howard M. Wiseman
accepted to Phys. Rev. Lett. "Quantum optical waveform
by D. Kielpinski, J. F. Corney, and H. M. Wiseman
accepted to Phys. Rev. Lett. "Fundamental quantum limit
to waveform estimation"
by Mankei Tsang, Howard M. Wiseman, and Carlton M. Caves
accepted to Phys. Rev. Lett. "How many bits does it take
to track an open quantum system?"
by Raisa Karasik and me. http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevLett.106.020406
Paper published in
Nature Photonics "Entanglement-enhanced
measurement of a completely unknown optical phase"
by Guoyong Xiang, Brendon Higgins, Dominic Berry, me and Geoff Pryde.
Paper published in Nature Physics "Experimental EPR-Steering using
Bell-local States" by Dylan Saunders, Steve Jones, me and Geoff Pryde.
say farewell to (soon to be Dr.) Josh Combes, who will shortly be
beginning a post-doc at University of New Mexico with Carl
Caves, and to
(soon to be Dr.) Brendon Higgins, who will shortly be
beginning a post-doc at University of Waterloo with Thomas Jennewein.
Quantum Measurement and
Control by Wiseman
published by Cambridge
Please visit the authors' website www.quantum-measurement-and-control.org
(enables user contributions of errata etc.)
EARLIER WISEMAN GROUP NEWS
The Centre for
Quantum Computation and Communication
established as an Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of
in 2011. (It succeeds earlier ARC -funded Centres going back to 2000.)
It has research programs at seven Australian Universities: New
South Wales, Melbourne, ANU,
Griffith, Queensland, ADFA, and Sydney. It comprises four
multi-University Work Package: Quantum
Quantum Computation, Silicon
Quantum Computation, and Quantum Resources &
I am leader (with Prof. Lloyd Hollenberg) of the Quantum Resources &
Integration Work-Package, and also a member of the
Executive Committee of the Centre.
Griffith University hosts two programs, a Quantum Information Theory Program
headed by me,
and an experimental Optical
Program headed by Assoc. Prof. Geoff Pryde.
My Theory Program supports wide-ranging
quantum information, underpinning both quantum communication and
quantum computation, and uncovering new implications and applications
of the quantum information perspective. It currently comprises me
Manager), Assoc. Prof. Joan Vaccaro, Dr. Austin Lund, Dr. Raisa
PhD students. For more
information see the Program
the CQCT website.
Experimental Laboratories at Griffith
for Quantum Dynamics
at Griffith University we have two quantum laboratories with which I
of Assoc. Prof. Geoff Pryde, which
does research in quantum information,
measurement, control, and foundations.
of Assoc. Prof. Dave
Kielpinski, which does research on quantum information processing.
Unfortunately I am not
able to offer any post-doctoral positions at the present time.
Research council offers Early Career Researchers Awards and
University has a Postdoctoral and Research Fellowship Scheme
(which requires half-funding from me however). After reading the
material, if you are interested then please contact me.
students interested in studying in my group are welcome. Scholarships
are available for domestic and overseas students with 1st Class Honours
or equivalent (typically >80% in the 4th or higher year of
studies, including a research project equivalent to at least one
semester of full time study). Please contact me if you are
interested. For details about how to apply please see http://www.griffith.edu.au/higher-degrees-research/how-to-apply