Open Quantum Systems
My research is concerned with the properties of open quantum systems, with the work primarily done in collaboration with Steve Barnett and his group at the University of Glasgow and Erika Andersson and her group at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. Recent projects have included studies of Markovian and non-Markovian master equations, (unpublished) studies of heat transport in non-equilibrium quantum thermodynamical systems, and more recently finding exact solutions to models of systems strongly coupled to their environment.
Chaitanya Joshi, Patrik Öhberg, James D. Cresser and Erika Andersson, Markovian evolution of strongly coupled harmonic oscillators Phys. Rev. A 90 063815 (2014).
Ayeni M. Babatunde, James Cresser and Jason Twamley, Using a biased quantum random walk as a quantum lumped element router Phys. Rev. A 90 012339 (2014).
Stephen M. Barnett, James D. Cresser, John Jeffers and David T. Pegg, Quantum probability rule: a generalization of the theorems of Gleason and Busch N. J. Phys. 16 043025 (2014).
Michael J. W. Hall, James D. Cresser, Li Li, and Erika Andersson, Canonical form of master equations and characterization of non-Markovianity Phys. Rev. A 89 042120 (2014).
Bellomo, R. Lo Franco, E. Andersson and J. D. Cresser, Dynamics of correlations due to a phase noisy laser Phys. Scr. T 147 014004 (2012).