Quantumatom optics research at ACQAO comprises six experimental projects directed and supported by a central theory core. For a detailed description of the research activities in the Centre, please click on the project titles in the diagram below.


Theory Core
The complexity of physical systems is at the heart of many scientific problems today. A spectacular and exciting feature of modern quantum optics and ultracold atom experiments is the purity of the physical systems involved. The theory core of ACQAO has the challenging task of developing the fundamental theory of these systems, and proposing new experimental tests for the laboratories.
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
 Universal contact parameter of a strongly interacting Fermi superfluid
E. D. Kuhnle, P. Dyke, S. Hoinka, M. Mark, H. Hu, X.J. Liu, P. D. Drummond, P. Hannaford, and C. J. Vale
 Exact Quantum Dynamics of Fermionic systems
M. Ögren, K. V. Kheruntsyan, and J. F. Corney
 Quantum phases in a smallscale BoseFermi system
S. F. CaballeroBenítez and E. A. Ostrovskaya
 Atom Interferometry below the standard quantum limit
S. A. Haine
 Interferometry and EPR Entanglement in a BEC
M. D. Reid, Q. Y. He1, B. Opanchuk, S. Hoffmann, A. Sidorov, P. D. Drummond, C. Gross, and M. Oberthalers
 Relative number squeezing in condensate collisions
V. Krachmalnicoff, J.C. Jaskula, M. Bonneau, G. B. Partridge, D. Boiron, A. Aspect, C. I. Westbrook, P. Deuar, P. Zin, M. Trippenbach, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Superfluidity in dilute gas BoseEinstein condensates
C. Feng, T. M. Wright, T. Simula, A. S. Bradley, B. P. Anderson, and M. J. Davis
 Cfield simulations of thermal BoseEinstein condensates
G. M. Lee, T. M. Wright, S. A. Haine, M. C. Garrett, C. J. Foster, A. S. Bradley, N. P. Proukakis, and M. J. Davis
 Formation of topological defects in Bosecondensed gases
J. Sabbatini, G. M. Lee, M. C. Garrett, S. A. Haine, A. S. Bradley, B. P. Anderson, W. H. Zurek, and M. J. Davis
 BEC superpositions in twin wells
T. J. Haigh, A. J. Ferris, and M. K. Olsen
 Feedback control of an interacting BoseEinstein condensate
S. S. Szigeti, M. R. Hush, A. R. R. Carvalho, and J. J. Hope
 acStark gradient echo memory in cold atoms
B. M. Sparkes, M. Hosseini, G. Hétet, P. K. Lam, and B. C. Buchler
 Efficient gradient echo memory in threelevel atoms
M. Hosseini, B. M. Sparkes, G. Campbell, P. K. Lam, and B. C. Buchler
 Multipartite qudit entanglement, steering and Bell’s nonlocality
Q. Y. He, P. D. Drummond, and M. D. Reid
 Asymmetric Gaussian Steering
S. L. W. Midgley, A. J. Ferris, and M. K. Olsen
 Measurement of density fluctuations as a new probe of the physics of quasi1D Bose gases
J. Armijo, T. Jacqmin, K. V. Kheruntsyan, and I. Bouchoule
 Momentum distribution of a weakly interacting quasi1D Bose gas
P. B. Blakie, M. J. Davis, A. van Amerongen, N. J. van Druten, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Relative Phase States
B. J. Dalton
 Selfguiding of matter waves in optical lattices
T. J. Alexander
 Controlled transport of matter waves in driven optical lattices
J. Abdullaev, E. A. Ostrovskaya, and Yu. S. Kivshar
 Quadripartite CV entanglement and cluster states
S. L. W. Midgley, M. K. Olsen, A. S. Bradley, and O. Pfister
 Production of entanglement in Raman threelevel systems using feedback
R. N. Stevenson, A. R. R. Carvalho and J. J. Hope
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
 Coherent pulse sequencing with gradient echo memory
M. Hosseini, B. M. Sparkes, G. H´etet, J. J. Longdell, P. K. Lam, and B. C. Buchler
 Universal structure of a strongly interacting Fermi superfluid
H. Hu, E. D. Kuhnle, X. J. Lui, P. Dyke, M. Mark, P. D. Drummond, P. Hannaford, and C. J. Vale
 Strongly Interacting Fermi Gases
X.J. Liu, H. Hu, and P. D. Drummond
 Exact Quantum Dynamics of Fermionic systems
M. Ögren, K. V. Kheruntsyan and J. F. Corney
 Macroscopic quantum selftrapping of ultracold BoseFermi mixtures
E. A. Ostrovskaya, S. F. CaballeroBenitez, and Yu. S. Kivshar
 Superfluidity in dilute gas BoseEinstein condensates
A. G. Sykes, C. Feng, D. C. Roberts, A. S. Bradley, B. P. Anderson, and M. J. Davis.
 Formation of topological defects in Bosecondensed gases
J. Sabbatini, G. M. Lee, S. A. Haine, A. S. Bradley, B. P. Anderson, and M. J. Davis
 Spontaneous FourWave Mixing of de Broglie Waves: Beyond Optics
V. Krachmalnicoff1, J.C. Jaskula, M. Bonneau, G. B. Partridge, D. Boiron, C. I. Westbrook, P. Deuar, P. Zi ´n, M. Trippenbach, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 New tests of quantum mechanics: entanglement, EPR and Bell.
M. D. Reid, Q. Y. He, H.A. Bachor , E. Cavalcanti, and P. D. Drummond
 Quantum dynamics and entanglement in BoseEinstein condensates
M. K. Olsen, A. J. Ferris, C. M. Caves, S. W¨uster, B. J. Da¸browskaW¨uster, and M. J. Davis
 Nonlinear dynamics of BoseEinstein condensates
S. A. Haine, C. J. Foster, E. D. van Ooijen, N. R. Heckenberg, H. RubinszteinDunlop, P. van der Straaten, and M. J. Davis
 Number Phase Wigner Representation for Efficient Stochastic Simulation
M. R. Hush, A. R. R. Carvalho, and J. J. Hope
 Extending the realms of numerical stochastic integration
M. K. Olsen
 Nonlocal spatial pair correlations in a 1D Bose gas
P. Deuar1, A. G. Sykes, D. M. Gangardt, M. J. Davis
 Quantumatom optics with molecular dissociation
M. Ögren1, C. M. Savage, S. Midgley, M. J. Davis, M. K. Olsen, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Theory of twocomponent BEC interferometry
B. J. Dalton
 Cfield simulations of thermal BoseEinstein condensates
G. M. Lee, S. A. Haine, M. C. Garrett, C. J. Foster, A. S. Bradley, R. N. Bisset, P. B. Blakie, C. Ticknor, T. Simula, and M. J. Davis
 Stability and dynamics of spinor BoseEinstein condensates
M. Matuszewski, T. J. Alexander, and Yu. S. Kivshar
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
 Magnetic phase transitions in 1D spinor Fermi gases
X.W. Guan, M. T. Batchelor, and C. Lee
 Manybody quantum physics of Josephson coupled Bose condensates
C. Lee and Y. S. Kivshar
 Spindomain and vortex formation in antiferromagnetic BECs
M. Matuszewski, T. J. Alexander, and Yu. S. Kivshar
 Dynamics of matterwave solitons in a ratchet potential
D. Poletti, T. J. Alexander, E. A. Ostrovskaya, B. Li, and Yu. S. Kivshar
 Strongly Interacting Fermi Gases
XiaJi Liu, Hui Hu, and P. D. Drummond
 Dynamical oscillatorcavity model for quantum memories
Q. Y. He, M. D. Reid, E. Giacobino, J. Cviklinski, P. D. Drummond
 Quantum dynamics of ultracold atoms in double wells
T. J. Haigh, J. Billard, A. J. Ferris, M. J. Davis, M. K. Olsen and J. F. Corney
 Formation of topological defects in Bosecondensed gases
M. J. Davis, J. Sabbatini, G. M. Lee, A. S. Bradley
 Superfluidity and thermodynamics of lowdimensional Bose gases
M. J. Davis, A. G. Sykes, C. J. Foster, K. V. Kheruntsyan, R. N. Bisset, P. B. Blakie,
T. Simula and D. C. Roberts
 Cfield simulations of thermal BoseEinstein condensates
M. J. Davis, G. M. Lee, M. C. Garrett, C. Feng, S. A. Haine, A. S. Bradley, P. B. Blakie
 Quantum noise and entanglement in BoseEinstein condensates
M. J. Davis, M. K. Olsen, A. J. Ferris, E. G. Cavalcanti, A. S. Bradley, S. Wuster,
B. J. DabrowskaWuster
 Grassmann Phase Space Theory in QuantumAtom Optics
B. J. Dalton
 Quantum squeezing with optical fibres: simulations and experiment
J. F. Corney, P. D. Drummond, R. Dong, J. Heersink, U. L. Andersen and G. Leuchs
 Negative group velocity in a coherencefree cold atomic medium
W. G. A. Brown, R. J. McLean, A. I. Sidorov, P. Hannaford and A. M. Akulshin
 Phasespace Representation for Qubits
D. W. Barry and P. D. Drummond
 Atomatom correlations in colliding BoseEinstein condensates
M. Ogren, C. M. Savage, A. Perrin, D. Boiron, V. Krachmalnicoff, C. I. Westbrook,
P. Deuar, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Quantumatom optics using dissociation of molecular condensates
M. Ogren, S. Midgley, M. J. Davis, M. K. Olsen, J. F. Corney,
C. M. Savage, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Thermodynamics and nonlocal pair correlations in 1D Bose gases
A. G. Sykes, D. M. Gangardt, P. Deuar, M. J. Davis, P. D. Drummond, K. Viering,
M. G. Raizen, A. H. van Amerongen, N. J. van Druten, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2007 Annual Report:
 Superfluidity and thermodynamics of lowdimensional Bose gases
M. J. Davis, A. S. Bradley, C. J. Foster, A. G. Sykes, K. V. Kheruntsyan, P. B. Blakie and T. Simula
 Excitations and nonlocal spatial pair correlations in 1D Bose gases
A. G. Sykes, M. J. Davis, P. D. Drummond, D. M. Gangardt, K. Viering, M. G. Raizen, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Phase transitions and pairing signature in 1D Fermi gases
X.W. Guan, M. T. Batchelor and C. Lee
 Strongly interacting Fermi gases
X.J. Liu, H. Hu and P. D. Drummond
 Quantumatom optics using dissociation of molecular condensates
C. M. Savage, M. J. Davis, M. K. Olsen, J. F. Corney, M. Ongren,
S. Midgley, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Atomic fourwave mixing via condensate collisions
A. Perrin, C. M. Savage, D. Boiron, V. Krachmalnicoff, C. I. Westbrook, and K. V. Kheruntsyan
 Classical field simulations of thermal BoseEinstein condensates
M. J. Davis, A. S. Bradley, G. M. Lee and C. W. Gardiner
 Universal dipolar scattering
C. Ticknor
 Quantum information
M. D. Reid, E. G. Cavalcanti, T. Vaughan, C. Foster and P. D. Drummond
 Optical CV quantum information
M.K. Olsen, A.S. Bradley, M.D. Reid, M.J. Mallon and C. Prennarun
 Ramaninduced limits to efficient squeezing in optical fibres
J. F. Corney, P. D. Drummond, R. Dong, J. Heersink, U. L. Andersen and G. Leuchs
 Quantum dynamics in manybody systems
J. Hedditch, J. F. Corney, T. G. Vaughan, S. Hoffmann, D. Barry and P. D. Drummond
 Spinor matter waves: Modulational instability vs. nonlinearity
B. J. Da¸browskaWuster, E. A. Ostrovskaya, T. J. Alexander, Yu. S. Kivshar,
E. V. Doktorov and V. M. Rothos
 Cascade atom in highQ cavity: the spectrum for nonMarkovian decay
B. J. Dalton1 and B. M. Garraway
 Superfluid to Mott insulated quantum phase transition in permanent magnetic lattices
S. Ghanbari, P. Hannaford, J.F. Corney, P.B. Blakie and T.D Kieu
 Quantum tunneling in a nonlinear matter wave interferometer
C. Lee, E. A. Ostrovskaya and Y. S. Kivshar
 Theory of decoherence in BoseEinstein condensate interferometry
B. J. Dalton
ACQAO Theory Node at UQ
ANU Faculties BEC Theory Group
ANU IAS Nonliner Physics Theory Group
Continuous Atom Laser
Presently, the low flux, and small enclosed area (in cold atom gyroscopes for example) limits the sensitivity of measurements based on atom lasers. Our goal is to push that limit by increasing flux, decreasing classical fluctuations, increasing enclosed area, and possibly squeezing the source. We aim to build a pumped atom laser where atoms are not only outcoupled from the BEC, but also replenished from a thermal cloud. Squeezing, although speculative as far as applications with cold atoms is concerned, may turn out to be very important. Present day atom laser sources have a maximum flux of a million atoms per second, leading to a minimum measureable phase shift of 1 milliradian per root Hertz, assuming Poissonian statistics. The Heisenberg limit, for such a beam, is three orders of magnitude more sensitive. Although this degree of sqeezing has never been observed from an optical source, it may be that the strong nonlinearities, that are a result of atomic interactions, allow much greater sqeeezing in a matter wave beam. Squeezing may be a viable route to significantly improved sensitivity in atom laser based measurements.
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
 High visibility gravimetry with a BoseEinstein condensate
J. E. Debs, P. A. Altin, T. H. Barter, D. Döring, G. R. Dennis, G. McDonald, N. P. Robins, and J. D. Close
 Optically trapped atom interferometry using the clock transition of large 87Rb BoseEinstein condensates
P.A. Altin, G. McDonald, D. Döring, J. E. Debs, T.H. Barter, N.P. Robins1, J. D. Close, S. A. Haine, T.M. Hanna and R.P. Anderson
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
 Creating EPRentangled matter beams
G. R. Dennis and M. T. Johnsson
 Quantum projection noise limited interferometry with coherent atoms in a Ramsey type setup
D. Döring, G. McDonald, J. E. Debs, C. Figl, P. A. Altin, H.A. Bachor, N. P. Robins, and J. D. Close
 Squeezing the most out of your atom laser: What is the best way to squeeze an atom laser for precision measurement?
S. A. Haine, M. T. Johnsson, and J. C. Close
 Experimental comparison of outcouplers for high flux atom lasers
J.E. Debs, D. Döring, P. A. Altin, C. Figl, J. Dugue, M. Jeppesen, J. T. Schultz, N. P. Robins, and J.D. Close
 BoseEinstein condensation of 85Rb
P. A. Altin, N. P. Robins, D. Döring, J. E. Debs, R. Poldy, C. Figl and J. D. Close
 Measurement of inelastic losses in a sample of ultracold 85Rb
P. A. Altin, N. P. Robins, R. Poldy, J. E. Debs, D. Döring, C. Figl and J. D. Close
 Single Atom Detection Using a HighFinesse Optical Cavity
R. Poldy, B. C. Buchler, P. Altin, N. Robins, J. D. Close
 Coherent 455 nm beam production in a cesium vapor
J. T. Schultz, S. Abend, D. Döring, J. E. Debs, P. A. Altin, J. D. White, N. P. Robins, and J. D. Close
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
 Single Atom Detection With Optical Cavities
R. Poldy, B. C. Buchler, and J. D. Close
 A freespace Ramsey interferometer with Bosecondensed atoms
D. Doring, J. E. Debs, N.P. Robins, C. Figl, P. A. Altin, J.D. Close
 Pulsed pumping of a BoseEinstein condensate
D. Doring, G. R. Dennis, N.P. Robins, M. Jeppesen, C. Figl, J. J. Hope, J.D. Close
 A twostate Raman coupler for coherent atom optics
J. E. Debs, D. Doring, N. P. Robins, C. Figl, P. A. Altin, and J. D. Close
Project summaries for the ACQAO 2007 Annual Report:
 A pumped atom laser
N. P. Robins, C. Figl, M. Jeppesen, G. Dennis and J. D. Close
 Quantum state transfer in a Raman atom laser system
A. S. Bradley, M. K. Olsen, S. A. Haine and J. J. Hope
 Generating squeezing in an atom laser through self interaction
M. T. Johnsson and S. A. Haine
 Observation of transverse interference fringes on an atom laser beam
R. G. Dall, L. J. Byron, A. G. Truscott, G. R. Dennis, M. T. Johnsson and J. J. Hope
 Characterising the linewidth of an atom laser
M. T. Johnsson, S. A. Haine, J. J. Hope, N. P. Robins, C. Figl, M. Jeppesen, J. Dugu´e and J. Close
ANU Faculties BEC Group
Coherence of a BEC on an atom chip
Atom chips, or microfabricated atom optical elements on a substrate, provide an excellent platform for the coherent manipulation of matter waves and in particular for the production and quantum control of BoseEinstein Condensates (BECs). The aims of our project involve studies of a rubidium BEC on a hybridtechnology magnetic filmwire atom chip including coherent effects and the role of decoherence in singleatom and BECbased atom interferometry. We will examine the interaction of a quantum degenerate gas with a thermally hot environment and investigate the significance of phase in BECs. Microscopic integrated atomic circuits will lead to the construction of onchip atom lasers and interferometers that have great potential for applications in fundamental science and for the development of miniaturised gyroscopes and gravity sensors.
Project summary for the ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
 Trapping of Ultracold ^{87}Rb F=1 Atoms in a
10 μmPeriod Magnetic Lattice
S. Jose, P. Surendran, L. Krzemien, S. Whitlock, M. Singh, R. McLean, A. Sidorov,
and P. Hannaford
 Quantum noise and long coherence time of an interacting BoseEinstein condensate
M. Egorov, R. P. Anderson, V. Ivannikov, B. Opanchuk, P. Drummond, B. V. Hall, and A. I. Sidorov
 Enhancement of frequency upconversion in atomic media
A. Akulshin, R. J. McLean, A. A. Orel, A. I. Sidorov, and P. Hannaford
Project summary for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2007 Annual Report:
 Twocomponent BoseEinstein condensate on an atom chip
R. Anderson, B. V. Hall, P. Hannaford, and A. I. Sidorov
 Scanning magnetoresistance microscopy of atom chips
M. Volk, S. Whitlock, C. H. Wolff, B. V. Hall and A. I. Sidorov
 Permanent magnetic lattice on an atom chip
M. Singh, M. Volk, A. Akulshin, A. Sidorov, R. McLean and P. Hannaford
SUT Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy
Metastable Helium BEC
The main goal of our research is to study the evolution of relative phase between two Bose Einstein condensates (BEC). In particular, we would like to answer some fundamental questions about the phase of a BEC. Do two well separated BECs have an intrinsic relative phase? Or does the act of measuring atoms released from the condensates impose a relative phase on them? At what stage in the measurement of the phase is the interference pattern established? To answer these questions our group aims to build a double well metastable helium BEC.
Project summary for the ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
 Transverse Mode profile of Guided Matter Waves
R.G. Dall, S.S. Hodgman, M.T. Johnsson, K.G.H. Baldwin, and A.G. Truscott
 Actively stabilising the output of an atom laser
R.G. Dall, C.J. Dedman, A.G. Truscott
 Paired atom laser beams created via fourwave mixing
R.G. Dall, L.J. Byron, A.G. Truscott, G. Denis, M.T. Johnsson and J.J. Hope
 Measuring the 2^{3}S_{1} lifetime of metastable helium
S.S. Hodgman, R.G. Dall, L.J. Byron, K.G.H. Baldwin and A.G. Truscott
Project summary for the ACQAO 2007 Annual Report:
ANU He* BEC Experimental Group
Molecular BEC
The objective of this project is to produce a molecular Bose Einstein condensate (MBEC) via the association of ultracold atoms. In collaboration with the ACQAO theory group at the University of Queensland, we propose to use the MBEC to study the dissociation of the quantum degenerate molecules into correlated (entangled) atom pairs, and to investigate the coherent interaction between the MBEC and a quantum degenerate atomic gas and dynamical processes such as Bose enhanced molecule formation.
Project summary for the ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
 Quasi TwoDimensional ^{6}Li Fermi gas
P. Dyke, E. D. Kuhnle, S. Hoinka, M. Lingham, M. Mark, H. Hu, P. Hannaford, and C. J. Vale
 Hydrodynamic expansion of a strongly interacting FermiFermi mixture
A. Trenkwalder, C. Kohstall, M. Zaccanti, D. Naik, A. I. Sidorov, F. Schreck, and R. Grimm
Project summary for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
 Bragg spectroscopy of a strongly interacting Fermi gas
G. Veeravalli, E. Kuhnle, P. Dyke, W. Rowlands, P. Hannaford and C. J. Vale
 pwave Feshbach molecules
J. Fuchs, C. Ticknor, P. Dyke, G. Veeravalli, E. Kuhnle, W. Rowlands, P. Hannaford and C. J. Vale
Project summary for the ACQAO 2007 Annual Report:
 Molecular BEC of ^{6}Li_{2}
J. Fuchs, G. Veeravalli, P. Dyke, E. Kuhnle, G. Duffy, W. Rowlands, P. Hannaford and C. J. Vale
 pwave Feshbach resonances in ^{6}Li
J. Fuchs, P. Dyke, G. Veeravalli, E. Kuhnle, C. Ticknor, W. Rowlands, P. Hannaford and C. J. Vale
SUT Centre for Atom Optics and Ultrafast Spectroscopy
AtomLight Entanglement
The coherent and reversible storage of the quantum state of a light field is an important issue for the realization of many protocols in quantum information processing. In the past four years much work has been done on this topic utilizing the phenomenon of electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT). Our interest is in extending previous work on this topic by quantifying the fidelity of such a scheme when one tries to store two specific forms of quantum information: squeezing and entanglement, and taking full account the effects of the ground state dephasing rate and the quantum noise contribution of the atoms.
Project summary for the ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
Project summary for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
 Macroscopic Entanglement between a Superconducting Loop and a Bose Einstein Condensate
M. Singh
 Delay of squeezing and entanglement with EIT
G. Hetet, B.C. Buchler, O. Glockl, M.T.L. Hsu, A.M. Akulshin, H.A. Bachor, and P.K. Lam
 Memory for Light
G. Hetet, M. Hosseini, B. M. Sparkes, J.J. Longdell, M.J. Sellars, D. Oblak,
P. K. Lam, and B. C. Buchler
 Negative group velocity in a coherencefree cold atomic medium
W. G. A. Brown, R. J. McLean, A. I. Sidorov, P. Hannaford and A. M. Akulshin
Project summary for the ACQAO 2007 Annual Report:
 Demonstration of spatial entanglement
K. Wagner, J. Janousek, H. Zou, V. Delaubert, S. Pereira, C. C. Harb,
N. Treps, P. K. Lam and H.A. Bachor
 Broadband optical delay with large dynamic range
M. R. Vanner, R. J. McLean, P. Hannaford and A. M. Akulshin
 Quantum effects and entanglement in BoseEinstein condensates
M. J. Davis, A. S. Bradley, M. K. Olsen, A. J. Ferris, S. Wuster and B. J. Da¸browskaWuster
 Quantum memory using Gradient Echo and EIT
G. Hetet1, M. Hsu, B. C. Buchler, P. K. Lam, J. J. Longdell, A. L. Alexander and M. J. Sellars
ANU Quantum Optics Experimental Group
Quantum Imaging
Spatial measurements, such as the detection of the displacement and tilt of a beam of light, suffer from limitations in the accuracy similar to those encountered in temporal signals. The signal to noise ratio is limited by the quantum noise. However, it is possible to surpass this limit using spatial squeezing, in analogy to conventional temporal squeezing, and this is the goal for this project.
Project summary for ACQAO 2010 Annual Report:
 Spatial multimode quantum networks
S. Armstrong, J. F. Morizur, J. Janousek, B. Hage, N. Treps, P. K. Lam, and HA. Bachor
 Spatial reshaping of a squeezed state of light
J. F. Morizur, S. Armstrong, J. Janousek, B. Hage, N. Treps, and HA. Bachor
Project summary for the ACQAO 2009 Annual Report:
 Experimental demonstration of computer reconfigurable multimode entanglement
J. F. Morizur, L. Nicholls, P. Jian, S. Armstrong, K. Wagner,M. T. L. Hsu, W. Bowen, N. Treps, J. Janousek, H.A. Bachor
 Optical entanglement of copropagating modes
J. Janousek, K. Wagner, J. F. Morizur, N. Treps, P. K. Lam, C. C. Harb, and H.A. Bachor
 EPR entanglement in asymmetric systems
K. Wagner, J. F. Morizur, S. Armstrong, J. Janousek, P. K. Lam, and H.A. Bachor
Project summary for the ACQAO 2008 Annual Report:
 Extending optical entanglement into higher dimensions
J. Janousek, K. Wagner, J. F. Morizur, N. Treps, P. K. Lam, C. C. Harb, and HA. Bachor
 Entangling the spatial properties of laser beams
K. Wagner, J. Janousek, V. Delaubert, H. Zou1, C. C. Harb, N. Treps
ANU Quantum Imaging Group
