|ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND GRADUATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR|
|Phone: 201 216.8375|
|Fax: 201 216.5638|
|Email: ting.yu (at) stevens.edu|
|School: Schaefer School of Engineering & Science|
|Department: Physics and Engineering Physics|
Ph.D. in Physics (1998), Imperial College London, UK
Postdoctoral Researcher in Quantum Open Systems (1998-1999), University of Geveva, Switzerland
My research interests are in quantum information science, quantum physics and quantum technology including:
- Entanglement and decoherence of quantum nanodevices such as quantum dots and superconducting qubits
- Continuous quantum measurement and quantum feedback control
- Entanglement and its applications in quantum metrology and precision detection technology
- Quantum coherence dynamics of atomic, molecular and optical systems
- Theoretical modeling and simulation of complex quantum systems
- Non-Markovian quantum open systems and quantum trajectories
- Quantum phase transition, topological order and quantum topological computation
- Entanglement of many-body systems and quantum fields.
OSA Conference Program Chair: Workshop on Entanglement and Quantum Decoherence (EQD), January 28-30, Nara, Japan
Conference Program co-Chair: Workshop on Entanglement and Quantum Control (EQC), June 7-10, Qufu, China
Conference Program co-Chair: Workshop on Quantum Open System Frontiers: Entanglement, Decoherence and Control (Beijing, China, 04/07 - 04/27, 2011)
Conference Chair: The 3rd International Workshop on Entanglement, Decoherence and Quantum Control (EDQC), June 12-14,2012, Shanghai, China
Editorial Work: Journal of Atomic and Molecular Sciences (Associate Editor)
American Physical Society (APS), member
Optical Society of America (OSA), member
Grants, Contracts & Funds
PI, USA NSF grant (Funded since 2008), Theory of Quantum Dynamics of AMO Systems
PI, USA DARPA grant (Funded since 2009)
- Jun Jing, Xinyu Zhao, J. Q. You, and Ting Yu. "Time-local quantum-state-diffusion equation for multilevel quantum systems", Phys. Rev. A 85, 042106 (2012).
- Xinyu Zhao, Wufu Shi, Lian-Ao Wu, and Ting Yu. "Fermionic stochastic SchrŲdinger equation and master equation: An open-system model", Phys. Rev. A 86, 032116 (2012).
- Zhao-Ming Wang, Lian-Ao Wu, Jun Jing, Bin Shao, and Ting Yu. "Nonperturbative dynamical decoupling control: A spin-chain model", Phys. Rev. A 86, 032303(2012).
- J. Jing, L.-A. Wu, J. Q. You, and T. Yu. "Feshbach projection-operator partitioning for quantum open systems: Stochastic approach", Physical Review A , 85, 032123 (2012).
- Curtis J. Broadbent, Jun Jing, Ting Yu, Joseph H. Eberly. "Solving non-Markovian open quantum systems with multi-channel reservoir coupling", Annals of Physics 327, 1962 (2012).
- X. Zhao, J. Jing, B. Corn, and T. Yu. "Dynamics of interacting qubits coupled to a common bath: Non-Markovian quantum-state-diffusion approach", Physical Review A 84, 032101 (2011).
- J. Jing and T. Yu. "Non-Markovian Relaxation of a Three-Level System: Quantum Trajectory Approach ", Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 240403 (2010).
- T. Yu and J. H. Eberly. "Sudden Death of Entanglement", Science 323, 598 (2009).
- C. H. Chou, T. Yu, and B. L. Hu. " Exact master equation and quantum decoherence of two coupled harmonic oscillators in a general environment", Phys. Rev. E 77, 011112 (2008).
- J. H. Eberly and T. Yu. "The End of an Entanglement", Science 316, 555 (2007).
- T. Yu and J. H. Eberly. "Quantum open system theory: Bipartite aspects", Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 140403 (2006).
- T. Yu. "Non-Markovian quantum trajectories versus master equations: Finite temperature heat bath", Phys. Rev. A 69, 062107 (2004).
- W. T. Strunz and T. Yu. "Convolutionless Non-Markovian master equations and quantum trajectories: Brownian motion", Phys. Rev. A 69 052115 (2004).
- T. Yu and J. H. Eberly. "Finite-time disentanglement via spontaneous emission", Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 140404 (2004).
- T. Yu and J. H. Eberly. "Qubits disentanglement via dephasing", Phys. Rev. B 68, 165322 (2003).
- T. Yu and J. H. Eberly. "Phonon decoherence of quantum entanglement: Robust and fragile states", Phys. Rev. B 66, 193306 (2002).
- PEP 187 Seminar in Physical Science I
- PEP 554 Quantum Mechanics II
- PEP 653 Quantum Mechanics II
- PEP 680 Quantum Optics
- PEP 800 Special Topics in Physics (MS)
- PEP 801 Special Topics in Physics (PhD)
- PEP 810 Special Topics in Physics and Engineering Physics A participating seminar on topics of current interest and importance in Physics and Engineering Physics