Tulane Quantum Information and Nonlinear Optics Group




Squeezed-twin-beam generation in strongly absorbing media,” Jon D. Swaim and Ryan T. Glasser, Physical Review A 96, 033818 (2017).

Causality and information transfer in simultaneously slow- and fast-light media,” Jon D. Swaim and Ryan T. Glasser, Optics Express 25, 24376 (2017).

Atomic vapor as a source of tunable, non-Gaussian self-reconstructing optical modes,” Jon. D. Swaim, Kaitlyn N. David, Erin M. Knutson, Onur Danaci, Christian Rios, and Ryan T. Glasser. – Nature Scientific Reports 7, 42311 (2017).

Room-temperature photon-number-resolved detection using a two-mode squeezer,” Elisha S. Matekole, Deepti Vaidyanathan, Kenji W. Arai, Ryan T. Glasser, Hwang Lee, and Jonathan P. Dowling. Phys. Rev. A 96, 053815 (2017).


All-optical mode conversion via spatially-multimode four-wave mixing,” Onur Danaci, Christian Rios, Ryan T. Glasser. New Journal of Physics 18, 073032 (2016).

Deep learning as a tool to distinguish between high orbital angular momentum optical modes,” Erin M. Knutson, Sanjaya Lohani, Onur Danaci, Sean D. Huver, and Ryan T. Glasser. SPIE Optics and Photonics, Proc. SPIE 9970, 997013 (2016).

"Generation of self-healing beams via four-wave mixing optical mode conversion,” Ryan T. Glasser, Onur Danaci, and Christian Rios. SPIE Optics and Photonics, Proc. SPIE 9950, 99500D (2016).

Multi-channel entanglement distribution using spatial multiplexing from four-wave mixing in atomic vapor,” Prasoon Gupta, Travis Horrom, Brian E. Anderson, Ryan T. Glasser, Paul D. Lett. J. Mod. Opt. 63, 61071891, (2016).