Zuzuru No trivia or quizzes yet. Other editions — View all Quantum Noise: It includes new treatments of photodetection, quantum amplifier theory, non-Markovian quantum stochastic processes, quantum input—output theory, and positive P-representations. Contents From the contents: This book offers a systematic and comprehensive exposition of the quantum stochastic methods that have been developed in the field of quantum optics. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview.

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University of Waikato —[ edit ] He was appointed to the faculty of the Physics Department of the University of Waikato in , and was awarded a personal chair in physics in , a position held until When Gardiner arrived, the University of Waikato was only 5 years old, while the School of Science, which covered Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Earth Science, had only commenced teaching at the beginning of , and no research facilities had been established.

During this period He and Peter Drummond developed the positive P-representation [4] He and Matthew Collett developed the input-output formalism [5] for damped quantum systems, which they used [6] to predict and describe the spectrum of squeezed light. He wrote the first edition of the book Stochastic Methods [7] , now seen as a standard text in the field of applied stochastic processes [8].

In he predicted the inhibition of atomic phase decays for a two-level atom coupled to a squeezed optical reservoir [9]. While challenging to realise in optical systems, the phenomenon was eventually observed in a superconducting cubit system affording sufficient reservoir control [10]. He wrote the first edition of the book "Quantum Noise" [11] , later editions were written in collaboration with Peter Zoller which has become a standard text [12] in the fields of quantum optics and quantum stochastic methods.

In he developed at the same time as a separate formulation by Howard Carmichael the theory and application of cascaded quantum systems , in which the optical output of one quantum system becomes the optical input for another quantum system.

They produced number of influential scientific publications, mainly concentrating on kinetic processes in Bose—Einstein condensates, funded by successive research contracts with the Marsden Fund [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] and in particular seven papers on quantum kinetic theory [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28]. Gardiner characterised this period as "In terms of productivity, it has been the best 10 years research of my life.

In this period he was active in developing the University of Otago as a major research centre in ultracold atoms , photonics and quantum optics , which was named the Jack Dodd Centre, after former Otago professor Jack Dodd.

During this period there was a major reorganisation of government research funding, commencing in , which he and Rob Ballagh strongly criticised [29] , on the grounds that this would exclude university research from any major funding.

From that time on, as director of the Jack Dodd Centre, his role developed more into that of a research leader until his retirement in early


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