Professor, Centre for Quantum Dynamics
Program Manager, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coherent X-Ray Science
Chief Investigator, Attosecond Science Facility
Chief Investigator, Trapping and Cooling Laboratory
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- Quantum information processing with trapped ions
- Application of ultrafast lasers to problems in atomic physics
- Laser cooling of hydrogen
- "Architecture for a large-scale ion-trap quantum computer", D. Kielpinski, C.R. Monroe and D.J. Wineland, Nature 417, 709 (2002).
- "A decoherence-free quantum memory using trapped ions", D. Kielpinski, V. Meyer, M.A. Rose, C.A. Sackett, W.M. Itano, C. Monroe and D.J. Wineland, Science 291, 1013 (2001).
- "Experimental entanglement of four particles", C.A. Sackett, D. Kielpinski, B.E. King, C. Langer, V. Meyer, C.J. Myatt, M. Rose, Q.A. Turchette, W.M. Itano, D.J. Wineland and C. Monroe, Nature 404, 256 (2000).
- "Experimental violation of a Bell's inequality with efficient detection", M.A. Rose, D. Kielpinski, V. Meyer, C.A. Sackett, W.M. Itano, C. Monroe and D.J. Wineland, Nature 409, 791 (2001).
- "Laser cooling of trapped ytterbiumions with a ultraviolet diode laser", D. Kielpinski, M. Cetina, J.A. Cox and F.X. Kaertner, accepted to Opt Lett, 13 Dec 2005.
This is a brief selection of published work. For a more complete list, please refer to Griffith Research Online.