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Faculty Scholarship

Publications (* denotes UP student coauthor)


M. R. Coleman*, K. G. Ingalls*, J. T. Kavulich*, S. J. Kemmerly*, N. C. Salinas*, E. Venegas Ramirez*, and  M. Schlosshauer, "Parity-based, bias-free optical quantum random number generation with min-entropy estimation," J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 37, 2088-2094 (2020)

M. Schlosshauer, "Protective measurement of a qubit by a quibit probe," Phys. Rev. A 101, 042113 (2020)

M. R. Coleman*, K. G. Ingalls*, J. T. Kavulich*, S. J. Kemmerly*, N. C. Salinas*, E. Venegas Ramirez*, and  M. Schlosshauer, "Assessing randomness with the aid of quantum state measurement," Am. J. Phys. 88, 238-246 (2020)

M. Schlosshauer, "Protective measurement of open quantum systems," Phys. Rev. A 101, 012108 (2020)

M. Schlosshauer, "Quantum decoherence," Phys. Rep. 831, 1-57 (2019)

M. Schlosshauer, "Scheme for the protective measurement of a single photon using a tunable quantum Zeno effect," Phys. Rev. A 97, 042104 (2018)

M. Schlosshauer and K. Camilleri, "Bohr and the Problem of the Quantum-to-Classical Transition," in: Niels Bohr and Philosophy of Physics: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives, edited by J. Faye and H. Folse (Bloomsbury Publishing, London, UK, 2017), pp. 223–233.

J. M. Ashby*, P. D. Schwarz*, and M. Schlosshauer, “Observation of the quantum paradox of separation of a single photon from one of its properties,” Phys. Rev. A 94, 012102 (2016)

M. Schlosshauer, “Measuring the quantum state of a single system with minimum state disturbance,” Phys. Rev. A 93, 012115 (2016)

J. Franklin, Y. Guo, K. Cole Newton, and M. Schlosshauer, “The dynamics of the Schrödinger–Newton system with self-field coupling," Class. Quant. Grav. 33, 075002 (2016)

J. M. Ashby*, P. D. Schwarz*, and M. Schlosshauer, “Delayed-choice quantum eraser for the undergraduate laboratory,” Am. J. Phys. 84, 95 (2016)

M. Schlosshauer, “Analysis of quantum-state disturbance in a protective measurement of a spin-1/2 particle,” Phys. Rev. A 92, 062116 (2015)

K. Camilleri and M. Schlosshauer, "Niels Bohr as philosopher of experiment: Does decoherence theory challenge Bohr's doctrine of classical concepts?," Stud. Hist. Phil. Mod. Phys. 49, 73-83 (2015).

M. Schlosshauer, "The quantum-to-classical transition and decoherence," to appear in: Handbook of Quantum Information, edited by M. Aspelmeyer, T. Calarco, J. Eisert, and F. Schmidt-Kaler (Springer: Berlin/Heidelberg, 2015).

J. Kaessinger*, K. Kors*, J. Lum*, H. Dillon, and S. Mayer, "Utilizing Schlieren Imaging to Visualize Heat Transfer Studies." American Society of Mechanical Engineer's 2014 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), Montreal, Canada, (2014).

M. Schlosshauer, "State disturbance and pointer shift in protective quantum measurements," Phys. Rev. A 90, 052106 (2014).

M. Schlosshauer and A. Fine, "No-go theorem for the composition of quantum systems," Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 070407 (2014).

M. Schlosshauer and T. V. B. Claringbold*, "Entanglement, scaling, and the meaning of the wave function in protective measurement," in: Protective Measurement and Quantum Reality: Towards a New Understanding of Quantum Mechanics, edited by S. Gao (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2014), pp. 180-194.

M. B. Kienlen§, N. T. Holte§, H. A. Dassonville§, A. M. C. Dawes, K. D. Iversen*, R. M. McLaughlin*, and S. K. Mayer, "Collimated blue light generation in rubidium vapor," Am. J. Phys., 81, 442 - 449 (2013). (§Pacific University Undergraduate Student)

M. Schlosshauer, J. Kofler, and A. Zeilinger, "A snapshot of foundational attitudes toward quantum mechanics," Stud. Hist. Phil. Mod. Phys. 44, 222-230 (2013).

M. Schlosshauer and A. Fine, "Implications of the Pusey-Barrett-Rudolph quantum no-go theorem," Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 260404 (2012).

B.J. Breen, A.B. Doud*, J.R. Grimm*, A.H. Tanasse*, S.J. Tanasse*, J.F. Lindner, K.J. Maxted, "Electronic and mechanical realizations of one-way coupling in one and two dimensions," Physical Review E, Vol. 83, 037601 (2011).

S. K. Mayer, "Bringing science policy into the optics classroom: Solid state lighting and United States lighting standards," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 78, 1258-1264 (2010).

A. J. Olson* and S. K. Mayer, "Electromagnetically induced transparency in rubidium," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 77, 116-121 (2009).

J.F. Lindner, K.M. Patton, P. M. Odenthal*, J.C. Gallagher, B.J. Breen, "Experimental observation of soliton propagation and annihilation in a hydromechanical array of one-way coupled oscillators," Physical Review E, Vol. 78, 066604 (2008).

B. J. Breen, C. E. Weidert*, J. F. Lindner, L. M. Walker, K. Kelly, E. Heidtmann, "Invitation to Embarrassingly Parallel Computation," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 76, pp 347-352 (April/May 2008).

S. K. Mayer, "The Sport Utility Vehicle: Debating Fuel Economy Standards in Thermodynamics," Journal of College Science Teaching, Vol. 38 (2), 18-23 (2008).

S. K. Mayer, "Cape Wind: A Public Policy Debate for the Physical Sciences," Journal of College Science Teaching, Vol. 36 (7), 24-27 (2007).

A. J. Olson*, E. J. Carlson*, S. K. Mayer, "Two-photon spectroscopy of rubidium using a grating-feedback diode laser," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 74, pp 218-223 (March 2006).

O. F. de Alcantara Bonfim, J. M. Goin*, and J. Asay, "Distribution of escape times over a fluctuating barrier in a mechanical system," International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, Vol 15 (5), pp1809-1814 (2005).

R. Givens*, O. F. de Alcantara Bonfim, and R. B. Ormond, "Direct observation of normal modes in coupled oscillators," American Journal of Physics, Vol. 71, pp 87-90 (2003).

Jon Orloff, Mark Utlaut, Lynwood Swanson, High Resolution Focused Ion Beams: FIB and Its Applications (Springer, October 31, 2002)