A Notebook of Xiaodong Qi's

Exploring the Open Quantum World

My DAMOP 2017 talk

Generation of atomic spin squeezed states in nanophotonic waveguides using QND measurement

DOI My submission has been accepted to be presented as a talk at the APS 48th Annual Meeting of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics and is currently on the program schedule. Day, Date: Friday, June 9th, 2017 Time, Session: 9:24 AM–9:36 AM, Session T7: Quantum Measurement Title: Generation of atomic... Read more

Miscellaneous topics not covered in the CQuIC summer workshop

This post is a part of the 2017 CQuIC computing summer workshop tutorial materials with audio records available. When designing the CQuIC summer 2017 IT workshop, we as the organizers have the following in mind: Only teach some basic scientific computing skills that we think are crucial for stud... Read more

Using Git to collaborate with people who don't use git

Fig 1. An XKCD comedy of a paper writing scenario with a professor who doesn’t use Git. This post is a part of the 2017 CQuIC computing summer workshop tutorial materials with audio records available there. Please download the lesson material in order to run the examples used in this lesson. The example may only work if you have write access to the [email protected] NanofiberPaper2014 ... Read more

Git conflict resolving

The Conflicting Changes Note: This post is a part of the 2017 CQuIC computing summer workshop lessons with audio records available on the linked website. Please download the lesson material in order to run the examples used in this lesson. This tutorial is adapted from the Software Carpentry workshop under the Creative ... Read more

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  • Office: 30 Physics and Astronomy Department
  • 1919 Lomas Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131, USA

Xiaodong Qi (戚晓东)
I am a PhD candidate studying in quantum optics and quantum information theory with Prof. Ivan Deutsch in the Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC) at the University of New Mexico (UNM).
My research of interest is about the physics nature and implementations of information processing, which I regard as a foundation of efficiently solving some of the complicated problems that have been or will be throttling our society's continuous development--these problems are ranging from energy harvesting, material engineering to social network dynamics, which are usually computationally hard and resource-costly to predict using conventional techniques. As testbeds, my starting point of the theoretical research builds on atomic and microscopic systems that are likely to be controllable and examinable in physics labs by our dedicated experimental collaborators.
Beside my focus of research, I am also interested in extracting the information and the Tao of the nature and the realistic world, which, I hope, can help me decide where I am heading to in terms of focusing my efforts as well as test the systematic philosophy and methodology I have learned in the course of my research to maximize my contributions in a broad sense. This completes the circle and motivates me to engage with people in various backgrounds to seek truth from facts and to apply ideas in reality.
Posted here are some of my notes as a result of studying, to remind myself. I hope you will also find them useful.