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Mark Everitt

Research Areas

  • Open quantum systems - especially with regard to chaotic phenomena and control
  • Quantum circuits, particularly those based on superconducting devices
  • Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Processing
  • Entanglement/separability in multi-partite and open quantum systems
  • Realisations of condensed matter & photonic systems for quantum technologies
  • Numerical analysis of stochastic and non-linear differential equations
  • Quantum Computing
  • Programme tutor for Engineering Physics, Physics and Mathematics, Physics and Sport Science

Wigner-specific research

Specifically on Wigner-functions

[1] R.P. Rundle, P.W. Mills, T. Tilma, J. H. Samson, M. J. Everitt: “Quantum Phase Space Measurement and Entanglement Validation Made Easy”, Phys Rev A., arXiv, 2017, in press.

[2] T. Tilma, M. J. Everitt, J. H. Samson, W. J. Munro, and K. Nemoto: “Wigner Functions for Arbitrary Quantum Systems”, Phys. Rev. Lett., Vol.117, 180401, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.117.180401, arXiv, 2016.

Papers using Wigner-functions

[1] MJ Everitt, TD Clark, PB Stiffell, A Vourdas, JF Ralph, RJ Prance, H Prance: “Superconducting analogs of quantum optical phenomena: Macroscopic quantum superpositions and squeezing in a superconducting quantum-interference” Phys. Rev. A 69, 043804 – Published 5 April DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.69.043804, arXiv 2004

MJ Everitt, WJ Munro, TP Spiller: “Quantum-classical crossover of a field mode” Phys. Rev. A 79, 032328, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.79.032328, arXiv 2009


  • Senior Lecturer and Group Leader, Quantum Systems Engineering Group, Loughborough University, UK


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