With quantum dynamical systems there's no such thing as a non-invasive measurement,
and one generally has to work with measurements that have rather low signal-to-noise
ratio (~1). Hence, noise modeling is a crucial aspect of quantum feedback control.
In this topical lecture I will describe our group's recent and ongoing work
on experiments that utilize real-time feedback to achieve control objectives
of relevance to quantum information science.
Copy of presentation [pdf]
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