Dr. Thomas Brougham
I’m a Research Fellow in the Quantum Theory group. I completed my PhD at Strathclyde in 2008. Since then I have worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Czech Technical institute in Prague and the University of Strathclyde, before moving to the University of Glasgow.
I’m a theoretical physicist working within the fields of quantum information and quantum optics. In the past I have worked on topics such as quantum measurement theory, quantum state transfer and quantum key distribution (QKD). Recently, I have been working with experimental groups in the USA on how to experimentally implement high-dimensional QKD.
Room 539a, Kelvin Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ.
Information communicated by entangled photons, Thomas Brougham and Stephen M Barnett; Physical Review A 85, 032322 (2012).
Communication in quantum networks of logical bus topology, T. Brougham, G M Nikolopoulos and I Jex; Physical Review A 80, 052325 (2009).
Cloning and joint measurements of incompatible components of spin, T Brougham, E Andersson and S M Barnett; Physical Review A 73, 062319 (2006).