Theresa W. Lynn


Associate Professor (2006)
PhD Caltech
Department Chair Quantum optics and quantum information science
Office
Keck 1232
Phone
909-607-4493 (office)
909-621-8024 (department)
909-621-8887 (fax)
E-Mail
Theresa_Lynn@hmc.edu

Quantum optics and quantum information:  Prof. Lynn studies quantum cryptography and communication.  Her research group conducts experiments with entangled photon pairs, as well as theoretical investigations, to explore how the "spooky action at a distance" properties of quantum physics (to quote Albert Einstein) can be used to make communication secure and efficient.


Recent Publications

Neal C. Pisenti, Carl Philipp E. Gaebler, and Theresa W. Lynn

Distinguishability of hyperentangled Bell states by linear evolution and local projective measurement

Physical Review A 84 (2011) 022340.
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David A. Berryrieser, Peter J. Scherpelz, Rudolph W. Resch, and Theresa W. Lynn

Entanglement-secured single-qubit quantum secret sharing

Physical Review A 84 (2011) 032303.
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More publications

 

Course Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
08:00–08:50
Writing 1
Shan 2421

09:00–09:50
Physics 23
Shan B470

08:00–08:50
Writing 1
Shan 2421

09:00–09:50
Physics 23
Shan B470

08:00–08:50
Writing 1
Shan 2421