Professor Mark Tame is a theorist and experimentalist in quantum optics and quantum information. His research is focused on quantum nanophotonic systems. He works on developing techniques to exploit quantum features of these systems in order to build devices for applications in quantum information processing. This includes quantum computing and quantum communication. He gained his PhD in quantum information from Queen’s University Belfast (UK) in 2007, where he pioneered the use of small entangled photonic systems for realising quantum computing protocols. He has held research fellowship positions at Osaka University (Japan), Queen’s University Belfast (UK) and Imperial College (UK).
M. S. Tame, K. R. McEnery, S. K. Ozdemir, S. A. Maier and M. S. Kim
Nature Physics 9, 329-340 (2013).
Experimental Realization of Dicke States of up to Six Qubits for Multiparty Quantum Networking
R. Prevedel, G. Cronenberg, M. S. Tame, M. Paternostro, P. Walther, M. S. Kim and A. Zeilinger
Physical Review Letters 103, 020503 (2009).
Experimental realization of Deutsch’s algorithm in a one-way quantum computer
M. S. Tame, R. Prevedel, M. Paternostro, P. Bohi, M. S. Kim and A. Zeilinger
Physical Review Letters 98, 140501 (2007).
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