Tomi Johnson
Status: Alumnus (data might not be up-to-date)

Former Research Fellow
tomihjohnson@gmail.com

Preprints

  • Tomi Johnson, F. Cosco, M. T. Mitchison, D. Jaksch, S. Clark. Thermometry of arbitrary quantum systems via non-equilibrium work distributions.
  • DaWei Lu, Jacob D. Biamonte, Jun Li, Tomi Johnson, Ville Bergholm, Mauro Faccin, Zoltán Zimborás, Raymond Laflamme, Jonathan Baugh, Seth Lloyd. Chiral Quantum Walks.

Publications

  • D. Hangleiter, M. T. Mitchison, Tomi Johnson, M. Bruderer, D. Jaksch. (2015). Non-destructive selective probing of phononic excitations in a cold Bose gas using impurities. Phys. Rev. A 013611
  • Tomi Johnson, T.J. Elliott, S. Clark, D. Jaksch. (2015). Capturing exponential variance using polynomial resources: applying tensor networks to non-equilibrium stochastic processes. Phys. Rev. Lett. 090602
  • Tomi Johnson, S. Clark, D. Jaksch. (2014). What is a quantum simulator?. EPJ Quantum Technology 1 10
  • Mauro Faccin, Piotr MigdaÅ‚, Tomi Johnson, Jacob Biamonte, Ville Bergholm. (2014). Community Detection in Quantum Complex Networks. Phys. Rev. X 4 041012
  • Pinja Haikka, Tomi Johnson, Sabrina Maniscalco. (2013). Non-Markovianity of local dephasing channels and time invariant discord. Phys. Rev. A 87 043613
  • Mauro Faccin, Tomi Johnson, J. D. Biamonte, Sabre Kais, Piotr Migda?. (2013). Degree Distribution in Quantum Walks on Complex Networks. Phys. Rev. X 3 041007
  • Tomi Johnson, M. Bruderer, S. Clark, W. Bao, D. Jaksch. (2012). Breathing oscillations of a trapped impurity in a Bose gas. Europhys. Lett. 98 26001
  • Tomi Johnson, S. Clark, M. Bruderer, D. Jaksch. (2011). Impurity transport through a strongly interacting bosonic quantum gas. Phys. Rev. A 84 023617
  • Tomi Johnson, S. Clark, D. Jaksch. (2010). Dynamical simulations of classical stochastic systems using matrix product states. Phys. Rev. E 82 036702
  • M. Bruderer, Tomi Johnson, S. Clark, D. Jaksch, A. Posazhennikova, W. Belzig. (2010). Phonon resonances in atomic currents through Bose-Fermi mixtures in optical lattices. Phys. Rev. A 82 043617