#### Filter Results:

#### Publication Year

2004

2016

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Key Phrase

#### Publication Venue

Learn More

- Julio T Barreiro, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Paul G Kwiat
- 2010

Dense coding is arguably the protocol that launched the field of quantum communication [1]. Today , however, more than a decade after its initial experimental realization [2], the channel capacity remains fundamentally limited as conceived for photons using linear elements. Bob can only send to Alice three of four potential messages due to the impossibility… (More)

- Julio T Barreiro, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Paul G Kwiat
- Physical review letters
- 2010

Quantum teleportation faces increasingly demanding requirements for transmitting large or even entangled systems. However, knowledge of the state to be transmitted eases its reconstruction, resulting in a protocol known as remote state preparation. A number of experimental demonstrations to date have been restricted to single-qubit systems. We report the… (More)

quantum information, entanglement measures As two of the most important entanglement measures-the entanglement of formation and the entanglement of distillation-have so far been limited to bipartite settings, the study of other entanglement measures for multipartite systems appears necessary. Here, connections between two other entanglement measures-the… (More)

- Mitrabhanu Sahu, Myung-Ho Bae, Andrey Rogachev, David Pekker, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Nayana Shah +2 others
- 2009

Phase slips are topological fluctuations that carry the superconducting order-parameter field between distinct current-carrying states. Owing to these phase slips, superconducting nanowires acquire electrical resistance. In such wires, it is well known that at higher temperatures phase slips occur through the process of thermal barrier-crossing by the… (More)

- Nicholas A Peters, Julio T Barreiro, Michael E Goggin, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Paul G Kwiat
- Physical review letters
- 2005

We experimentally demonstrate the first remote state preparation of arbitrary single-qubit states, encoded in the polarization of photons generated by spontaneous parametric down-conversion. Utilizing degenerate and nondegenerate wavelength entangled sources, we remotely prepare arbitrary states at two wavelengths. Further, we derive theoretical bounds on… (More)

- Nicholas A Peters, Joseph B Altepeter, David Branning, Evan R Jeffrey, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Paul G Kwiat
- Physical review letters
- 2004

Using correlated photons from parametric down-conversion, we extend the boundaries of experimentally accessible two-qubit Hilbert space. Specifically, we have created and characterized maximally entangled mixed states that lie above the Werner boundary in the linear entropy-tangle plane. In addition, we demonstrate that such states can be efficiently… (More)

- Trent M. Graham, Herbert J. Bernstein, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Marius Junge, Paul G Kwiat
- Nature communications
- 2015

Transmitting quantum information between two remote parties is a requirement for many quantum applications; however, direct transmission of states is often impossible because of noise and loss in the communication channel. Entanglement-enhanced state communication can be used to avoid this issue, but current techniques require extensive experimental… (More)

The entanglement in quantum XY spin chains of arbitrary length is investigated via the geometric measure of entanglement. The emergence of entanglement is explained intuitively from the perspective of perturbations. The model is solved exactly and the energy spectrum is determined and analyzed in particular for the lowest two levels for both finite and… (More)

In this paper the geometric entanglement (GE) of systems in one spatial dimension (1D) and in the thermodynamic limit is analyzed focusing on two aspects. First, we reexamine the calculation of the GE for translation-invariant matrix product states (MPSs) in the limit of infinite system size. We obtain a lower bound to the GE which collapses to an equality… (More)

- David S Hopkins, David Pekker, Tzu-Chieh Wei, Paul M Goldbart, Alexey Bezryadin
- 2007

We have developed a superconducting phase gradiometer consisting of two parallel DNA-templated nano-wires connecting two thin-film leads. We have ramped the cross current flowing perpendicular to the nano-wires, and observed oscillations in the lead-to-lead resistance due to cross-current-induced phase differences. By using this gradiometer we have measured… (More)