Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering
Experimental and theoretical approaches to complex problems at the interface of non-equilibrium quantum statistical mechanics with dynamical systems, estimation and control: real-time quantum feedback control, quantum information science, nanophotonic circuit theory, quantum nonlinear dynamics in single-atom cavity QED; quantum probability; control-theoretic methods in non-equilibrium quantum statistical mechanics.
Experimental and theoretical approaches to complex problems at the interface of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics with dynamical systems, estimation and control: chromatin mechanics and DNA/RNA folding studied by single-molecule fluorescence diffusometry, tracking-FCS and tracking-FRET; applications of modern statistical methods and signal processing techniques in learning from single-molecule data.
Lasers and Accelerators
Applications of lasers in single-atom and single-molecule experiments; nonlinear-optical devices for coherent feedback quantum control; laser and resonator/interferometer stabilization techniques.
- Low-lying bifurcations in cavity quantum electrodynamics
- Quantum dot photon statistics measured by three-dimensional particle tracking
- Coherent-feedback quantum control with a dynamic compensator
- Derivation of Maxwell-Bloch-type equations by projection of quantum models
- Quantum filter reduction for measurement-feedback control via unsupervised manifold learning
- Van der Waals enhancement of optical atom potentials via resonant coupling to surface polaritons
- Cavity-QED models of switches for attojoule-scale nanophotonic logic
- Precise characterization of the conformation fluctuations of freely diffusing DNA: beyond Rouse and Zimm
- Designing quantum memories with embedded control: photonic circuits for autonomous quantum error correction
- The dressed atom as binary phase modulator: towards attojoule/edge optical phase-shift keying