2016

Ringbauer M, Giarmatzi C., Chaves R., Costa F., White AG, Fedrizzi A.  2016.  Experimental test of nonlocal causality. Science Advances. 2(8):e1600162-e1600162.
Sathyamoorthy SRaman, Stace TM, Johansson G.  2016.  Detecting itinerant single microwave photons. Comptes Rendus Physique. 17(7):756-765.
Sutter D, Tomamichel M, Harrow AW.  2016.  Strengthened Monotonicity of Relative Entropy via Pinched Petz Recovery Map. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. 62(5):2907-2913.
Taylor J.M, Bowen WP.  2016.  Quantum metrology and its application in biology. Physics Reports. 615:1-59.
Tischler N, Krenn M., Fickler R., Vidal X., Zeilinger A., Molina-Terriza G..  2016.  Quantum optical rotatory dispersion. Science Advances. 2(10):e1601306-e1601306.
Tomamichel M, Berta M, Renes JM.  2016.  Quantum coding with finite resources. Nature Communications. 7:11419.
Zych M, Pikovski I, Costa F, Brukner Č.  2016.  General relativistic effects in quantum interference of “clocks”. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 723:012044.

2015

Araújo M, Branciard C, Costa F, Feix A, Giarmatzi C, Brukner Č.  2015.  Witnessing causal nonseparability. New Journal of Physics. 17(10):102001.
Ball H, Biercuk MJ.  2015.  Walsh-synthesized noise filters for quantum logic. EPJ Quantum Technology. 2(1)
Bara-Maillet R, Parker SR, Nand NR, Le Floch J-M, Tobar M.E..  2015.  Microwave–to–millimeter-wave synthesis chain phase noise performance. IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control. 62(10):1895-1900.
Bartlett SD.  2015.  Quantum metrology: The sensitive side of a spin. Nature Nanotechnology.
Bourhill J, Goryachev M, Farr W, Tobar M.E..  2015.  Collective behavior of . Physical Review A. 92(2)
Brennen G, Giacobino E, Simon C.  2015.  Focus on Quantum Memory. New Journal of Physics. 17(5):050201.
Combes J, Ferrie C.  2015.  Cost of postselection in decision theory. Physical Review A. 92(2)
Dangniam N, Ferrie C.  2015.  Quantum Bochner’s theorem for phase spaces built on projective representations. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. 48(11):115305.

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