Professor (joint with Electrical and Computer Engineering)
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fellow, American Physical Society
Recipient, Quantum Communication Award of Tanajawa University, Japan
Horace Yuen's research interests encompass a broad spectrum of topics in quantum optics, including quantum communication theory, quantum measurement and the foundations of quantum physics, new quantum devices, quantum cryptography, and new computers based on optical technologies.
- H. P. Yuen, R. Nair, E. Corndorf, et al.
On The Security Of Alpha Eta: Response To 'Some Attacks On Quantum-Based Cryptographic Protocols'
Quantum Information & Computation 6, 561 (2006)
- E. Corndorf, C. Liang, G. S. Kanter, et al.
Quantum-Noise Randomized Data Encryption For Wavelength-Division-Multiplexed Fiber-Optic Networks
Physical Review A71, 062326 (2005)
- E. Corndorf, L. Chuang, G. S. Kanter, et al.
Quantum-Noise-Protected Data Encryption for WDM Fiber-Optic Networks
Computer Communication Review 34, 21 (2004)
- V. Giovannetti, S. Guha, S. Lloyd, et al.
Classical Capacity of the Lossy Bosonic Channel: The Exact Solution
Physical Review Letters 92, 027902 (2004)
- G. A. Barbosa et al.
Secure Communication Using Mesoscopic Coherent States"
Physical Review Letters 90, 227901 (2003)