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János A. Bergou
Campus Affiliation: Hunter College
Phone: (212) 772-5254
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. Theoretical Physics, Eötvös University; MS Physics Eötvös University; CSc, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Habilitation; DSc, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Doctor of Sciences
Recent Publications:
  1.  J. Bergou, Tutorial Review: Discrimination of quantum states, J. Mod. Opt. 57, 160 (2010).
  2.  O. Jimenez, J. A. Bergou, and A. Delgado. Probabilistic cloning of three symmetric states, Phys. Rev. A 82, 062307 (2010).
  3.  János A. Bergou, Ulrike Futschik, and E. Feldman, Optimal unambiguous discrimination of pure quantum states, Physical Review Letters 108, 250502 (2012).
  4.  E. Bagan, R. Muñoz Tapia, G. A. Olivares-Rentería, János A. Bergou, Optimal discrimination of quantum states with a fixed rate of inconclusive results, Physical Review A 86, 040303(R) (2012).
  5.  R. Islam, A. H. Khosa, F. Saif, J. A. Bergou, Generation of atomic momentum cluster and graph states via cavity QED, Quantum Information Processing 11, 1 (2013).
  6.  János A. Bergou, Edgar Feldman, and Mark Hillery, Extracting information from a qubit by multiple observers: Toward a theory of sequential state discrimination, Physical Review Letters 111, 100501 (2013).
  7.  Hayk H. Adamyan, János A. Bergou, Narine T. Gevorgyan, and Gagik Yu. Kryuchkyan, Strong squeezing in periodically modulated optical parametric oscillators, Physical Review A 92, 053818 (2015).
  8.  E. Bagan, V. Yerokhin, A. Shehu, E. Feldman, and J. A. Bergou, A geometric approach to quantum state separation, New Journal of Physics 17, 123015 (2015).
  9.   V. Yerokhin, A. Shehu, E. Feldman, E. Bagan, and J. A. Bergou, Probabilistically perfect cloning of two pure states: A geometric approach, arXiv: 1505.06979.
  10.  Emilio Bagan, János A. Bergou, Seth S. Cottrell, Mark Hillery, Relations between coherence and path information, arXiv: 1509.04592.