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Fundamental quantum optics experiments conceivable with satellites - reaching relativistic distances and velocities

- D. Rideout, T. Jennewein, +14 authors Daniel R. Terno
- Physics
- 21 June 2012

Physical theories are developed to describe phenomena in particular regimes, and generally are valid only within a limited range of scales. For example, general relativity provides an effective… Expand

Classical verification of quantum circuits containing few basis changes

- T. F. Demarie, Yingkai Ouyang, J. Fitzsimons
- Physics, Computer ScienceArXiv
- 15 December 2016

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Universality of quantum computation with cluster states and (X, Y)-plane measurements

- A. Mantri, T. F. Demarie, J. Fitzsimons
- Physics, MathematicsScientific reports
- 4 July 2016

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Flow ambiguity: A path towards classically driven blind quantum computation

- A. Mantri, T. F. Demarie, N. Menicucci, J. Fitzsimons
- Computer Science, PhysicsArXiv
- 16 August 2016

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Anonymous broadcasting of classical information with a continuous-variable topological quantum code

- N. Menicucci, B. Baragiola, T. F. Demarie, G. Brennen
- Physics
- 2 March 2015

Broadcasting information anonymously becomes more difficult as surveillance technology improves, but remarkably, quantum protocols exist that enable provably traceless broadcasting. The difficulty is… Expand

Detecting topological entanglement entropy in a lattice of quantum harmonic oscillators

- T. F. Demarie, T. Linjordet, N. Menicucci, G. Brennen
- Physics
- 2 May 2013

The Kitaev surface code model is the most studied example of a topologically ordered phase and typically involves four-spin interactions on a two-dimensional surface. A universal signature of this… Expand

Client-friendly continuous-variable blind and verifiable quantum computing

- Nana Liu, T. F. Demarie, Si-Hui Tan, L. Aolita, J. Fitzsimons
- Physics
- 24 June 2018

We present a verifiable and blind protocol for assisted universal quantum computing on continuous-variable (CV) platforms. This protocol is highly experimentally-friendly to the client, as it only… Expand

Continuous-variable topological quantum codes enable anonymous broadcasting of classical information

- N. Menicucci, B. Baragiola, T. F. Demarie, G. Brennen
- Mathematics
- 2 March 2015

Broadcasting information anonymously becomes more difficult as surveillance technology improves, but remarkably, quantum protocols exist that enable provably traceless broadcasting. The difficulty is… Expand

Photon polarization and geometric phase in general relativity

- Aharon Brodutch, T. F. Demarie, Daniel R. Terno
- Physics
- 4 August 2011

Rotation of polarization in an external gravitational field is one of the effects of general relativity that can serve as a basis for its precision tests. A careful analysis of reference frames is… Expand

Pedagogical introduction to the entropy of entanglement for Gaussian states

- T. F. Demarie
- Physics, Mathematics
- 12 September 2012

The most useful measure of a bipartite entanglement is the von Neumann entropy of either of the reduced density matrices. For a particular class of continuous-variable states, the Gaussian states,… Expand

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