Simon Whalen 
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Presentations
2010
22nd International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP),
Cairns, Tropical North Queensland, Australia, 2530 July, 2010.
MultiPhoton Blockade in Cavity QED (0.78Mb)
S. S. Shamailov, M. J. Collett, A. S. Parkins, and H. J. Carmichael
4th Annual DoddWalls Symposium,
Weir house, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, 31 January – 3 February, 2010.
Fidelity of singlephoton teleportation (0.12Mb)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
2008
3rd Annual DoddWalls Symposium,
Queenstown, New Zealand, December 911, 2008.
Entangled photon states via quantum control in a linear cavity array (0.24Mb)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
Photon Correlation Functions and Photon Blockade in TwoMode Cavity QED (0.23Mb)
S. J. Whalen and H. J. Carmichael
International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP),
University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA, July 27 – August 1, 2008.
Teleportation of NonClassical Light (1.4Mb)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
4th Asia Pacific Conference in Quantum Information Science,
Cairns, July 25, 2008.
Laser Qubit Separability (1.9Mb)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
2nd Annual DoddWalls Symposium,
St. Margarets College, Univeristy of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, February 1112, 2008.
Optical Coherence: More Fact Than Fiction (0.5Mb)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
Entanglement in Dissipative Collective Spin Models (2Mb)
S. Morrison and A. S. Parkins
2006
The 1st Inaugural Symposium of the Jack DoddDan Walls Centre for Photonics and Ultra Cold Atoms,
The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, December 910 2006.
Quantum Teleportation of Resonance Fluorescence: Analytical Results for Spectra and Photon Correlations (0.44MB)
C. Noh, L.Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Entangledstate Cycles of Atomic CollectiveSpin States (1.1MB)
A. Chia and A. S. Parkins
Quantum Dynamics of a Driven Trapped Atom (0.42 MB)
S. J. Thwaite, M. J. Collett and H. J. Carmichael
Photon Correlations in TwoMode Cavity QED (0.3MB)
M. Kronenwett, A. S. Parkins and H. J. Carmichael
The Dicke Phase Transition with an External Electric Field (0.53MB)
M.A.Meladze, M.J.Collett and H.J.Carmichael
Australian Institute of Physics 17th National Congress,
Brisbane, Australia, December 38 2006.
Quantum Teleportation of Resonance Fluorescence: Analytical Results for Spectra and Photon Correlations (0.44MB)
C. Noh, L.Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Entangledstate Cycles of Atomic CollectiveSpin States (1.1MB)
A. Chia and A. S. Parkins <
2005
Australasian Conference on Optics, Lasers and Spectroscopy,
Rotorua, New Zealand, December 59 2005.
Multimode Character of Superradiant Emission from 3D Extended Sources (2.4MB)
L. Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Quantum Random Walk of a Harmonically Trapped Atom in a StandingWave Field (0.4MB)
R. Fisher, L. Horvath, M. Collett and H. J. Carmichael
Phase Transition in the Dicke Model: Phase Space Approach (0.2MB)
F. D. De Oliveira, A. S. Parkins and H. J. Carmichael
Continuous Variable Quantum Teleportation of Resonance Fluorescence (0.4MB)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
The New Zealand and Australian QuantumAtom Optics Workshop,
Queenstown, New Zealand, November 29December 1 2005.
Atomic Motion and Density Fluctuations in Cavity QED (0.7MB)
L. Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Multimode Character of Superradiant Emission from 3D Extended Sources (2.4MB)
L. Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Quantum Random Walk of a Harmonically Trapped Atom in a StandingWave Field (0.4MB)
R. Fisher, L. Horvath, M. Collett and H. J. Carmichael
Phase Transition in the Dicke Model: Phase Space Approach (0.2MB)
F. D. De Oliveira, A. S. Parkins and H. J. Carmichael
Continuous Variable Quantum Teleportation of Resonance Fluorescence (0.4MB)
C. Noh and H. J. Carmichael
Australian Institute of Physics 16th National Congress,
Canberra, January 31February 4, 2005
Quantum trajectories for manyatom cavity QED (812 kB)
L. Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Quantum cycles (3.4 MB)
M. Gu, S. Parkins and H. J. Carmichael
Australian and International Workshop on Quantum and Atom Optics, Kioloa, 12/2004
The dissipative Dicke model: cavity fluorescence and the quantum phase transition (844 kB)
B. Estienne, F. Dimer, S. Parkins and H. J. Carmichael
Many atom entanglement in cascaded cavities (10 MB)
M. Gu, S. Parkins and H. J. Carmichael
Talks
2010
5th AsiaPacific Conference on Quantum Information Science,
Taiyuan, China, 21/08/2010.
Breakdown of multiphoton blockade: A dissipative quantum phase transition (2.36Mb)
H. J. Carmichael
Quantum trajectory theory of ground state quantum beats in atomic spontaneous emission (2.74Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, D. G. Norris, L. A. Orozco, and P. BarberisBlostein
IVth International Conference: Frontiers in Nonlinear Physics,
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 17/07/2010.
Cavity QED: Nonlinearity in the world of quanta (2.64Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, S. Shamailov, A. S. Parkins, and M. J. Collett
19th International Laser Physics Workshop,
Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, 6/07/2010.
Quantum trajectory theory of ground state quantum beats in atomic spontaneous emission (2.70Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, D. G. Norris, L. A. Orozco, and P. BarberisBlostein
Quantum Measurement and Control Workshop,
Coogee Beach, Sydney, Australia, 13/02/2010.
Cavity QED: nonlinearity in the world of quanta (3.59Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, S. Shamailov, A. S. Parkins, and M. J. Collett
2009
18th International Laser Physics Workshop,
Barcelona, Spain, 16 July, 2009.
Dissipative quantum phase transitions for photons and a single qubit (4.01Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, S. Shamailov, A. S. Parkins, and M. J. Collett
39th Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics,
Snowbird, Utah, USA, 5 January, 2009.
Quantum teleportation of the temporal correlations of light: squeezing and bandwidth requirements (2.33Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and C. Noh

2008
3rd Annual DoddWalls Symposium,
Queenstown, New Zealand, December 911, 2008.
Conditional quantum dynamics in cavity QED with microtoroidal resonators (3.0Mb)
A. S. ParkinsFrontiers of Quantum and Mesoscopic Thermodynamics,
Prague, Czech Republic, July 28August 2, 2008.
Open Quantum Systems, Entanglement, and the Laser Quantum State (8.1Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and C. Noh2nd Annual DoddWalls Symposium,
St. Margarets College, Univeristy of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, February 1112, 2008.
Quantum Optics in Auckland: Theory for Lasers, Atoms and Ions (5.1Mb)
H. J. CarmichaelOthers:
Glauber, Einstein & BohrKramersSlater — Old Wine, New Bottle (4.9Mb)
H. J. CarmichaelEntanglement and the Laser Quantum State (5.9Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and C. NohOpen Quantum Systems, Entanglement, and the Laser Quantum State (7.3Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and C. Noh2007
QuantumAtom Optics Downunder,
Wollongong, Auatralia, December 36, 2007.
Quantum Stochastic Heating of a Trapped Ion Through Resonance Fluorescence(2Mb)
L. Horvath, M. J. Collett, H. J. Carmichael, and R. FisherThird AsiaPacific Conference on Quantum Information Science,
Singapore, August 12, 2007.
Entanglement Between a Laser Source and Target (3.7Mb)
H. J. CarmichaelFourth AsiaPacific Workshop on Quantum Information Science,
Singapore, July 30–31, 2007.
Continuous Variable Teleportation of Gaussian and NonGaussian Light (2.5Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and C. NohIII International Conference “Frontiers of Noninear Physics”,
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, July 39, 2007.
Quantum Stochastic Heating of a Trapped Ion (2.1Mb)
H. J. Carmichael9th International Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics,
Rochester, USA, June 1015, 2007.
Quantum Stochastic Heating of a Trapped Ion (2.1Mb)
H. J. CarmichaelInternational Workshop on Quantum Noise 2007,
Calloundra, Australia, May 1418, 2007.
Entanglement Between a Laser Source and a Driven Qubit (4Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and H. Nha2006
The 1st Inaugural Symposium of the Jack DoddDan Walls Centre for Photonics and Ultra Cold Atoms,
The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, December 910 2006.
Quantum Stochastic Processes for Composite Systems (1.9Mb)
H. J. CarmichaelAustralian Institute of Physics 17th National Congress,
Brisbane, Australia, December 38 2006.
Quantum Jumps and the Quasiclassical Motion of a Trapped Ion (3.1Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, L. Horvath, R. Fisher and M. CollettOthers:
Nonclassical Light and Glauber’s Theory of Optical Coherence (4.4Mb)
H. J. CarmichaelQuantum Jumps and the Quasiclassical Motion of a Trapped Ion (3.3Mb)
H. J. Carmichael, L. Horvath, R. Fisher and M. CollettContinuous Variable Teleportation of Gaussian and NonGaussian Light (2.5Mb)
H. J. Carmichael and C. NohAn Introduction to the Theory of the Quantum Trajectories (2.3Mb)
YoungTak ChoughSelfconsistency of the Thermal Jump Trajectories (1.3Mb)
YoungTak Chough2005
Australasian Conference on Optics, Lasers and Spectroscopy,
Rotorua, New Zealand, December 59 2005.
Atomic Motion and Density Fluctuations in Cavity QED (1.0Mb)
L. Horvath and H. J. CarmichaelThe 12th National New Zealand Institute of Physics Conference,
The University of Auckland, New Zealand, 07/2005:
Einstein and the Photoelectric Effect (1.3MB)
H. J. CarmichaelAb Initio Simulation of Manyatom Cavity QED (1.1MB)
L. Horvath and H. J. Carmichael
Talk with a Cavity QED Simulation (7.2MB).Quantum Phase Transition and Entanglement in the Dicke Hamiltonian (628K)
F. Dimer, B. Estienne, S. Parkins, and H. J. CarmichaelStochastic Electrodynamics Description of Quantum Teleportation with Continuous Variables (333K)
A. Chia, M. J. Collett, and H. J. CarmichaelOthers:
What is Quantum Teleportation (2.8 MB)
H. J. CarmichaelQuantum Trajectory Formalism for Continuous Variable Teleportation (1.3 MB)
H. J. CarmichaelStochastic Schroedinger Equations in Quantum Optics (1.6M)
H. J. CarmichaelQuantum Mechanics: A Concoction to Baffle Einstein (2.5 MB)
H. J. CarmichaelQuantum Noise and Instabilities in Cavity QED (5.0 MB)
H. J. Carmichael2004
AProf. Scott Parkins
Scott Parkins, Associate Professor 
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AProf. Matthew Collett
Matthew Collett, Associate Professor  Research Areas
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Prof. Howard Carmichael
Howard Carmichael, Associate Director  Professor Carmichael is a founding codirector of the Dan Walls Centre, Dan Walls Chair in Theoretical Physics, and is the leader of the Quantum Optics Research theme.For more information about Professor Carmichael, click here. 