Todd Pittman

Title Professor Education Ph.D. Physics – UMBC, 1996 Previous Experience Dr. Pittman was previously an experimental physicist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Professional Interests My primary interests are in the areas of quantum information, quantum optics, nonlinear optics, and foundations of quantum mechanics. My current research efforts involve experimental work on:
Selected Publications “Nanofibersegment ring resonator,” D.E. Jones, G.T. Hickman,J.D. Franson, and T.B. Pittman, Opt. Lett. 41, 3683 (2016) “Laddertype electromagnetically induced transparency using nanofiberguided light in a warm atomic vapor,” D.E. Jones, J.D. Franson, and T.B. Pittman, Phys. Rev. A 92, 043806 (2015) “Generation of entangled photon holes using quantum interference,” T.B. Pittman and J.D. Franson, Phys. Rev. A 74, 041801(R) (2006) Experimental controlledNOT gate for single photons in the coincidence basis, T.B. Pittman, M.J. Fitch, B.C. Jacobs, and J.D. Franson, Phys. Rev. A 68, 032316 (2003) “Violation of Bell’s inequality with photons from independent sources,” T.B. Pittman and J.D. Franson, Phys. Rev. Lett 90, 240401 (2003) “Can twophoton interference be considered the interference of two photons?,” T.B. Pittman, D.V. Strekalov, A. Migdall, M.H. Rubin, A.V. Sergienko, and Y.H. Shih, Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 19171920 (1996). 