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In refereed journals

    1. Dirac Quantum Cellular Automaton from Split-step Quantum Walk
      Arindam Mallick, C. M. Chandrashekar
      arXiv:1509.08851,To appear in Scientific Reports (2016).
    2. Localization and limit laws of a three-state alternate quantum walk on a two-dimensional lattice
      Takuya Machida and C. M. Chandrashekar
    3. Limit distributions for different forms of four-state quantum walks on a two-dimensional lattice
      T. Machida, C. M. Chandrashekar, N. Konno, and Th. Busch
    4. Localized quantum walks as secured quantum memory
      C. M. Chandrashekar and Th. Busch
    5. Quantum percolation and transition point of a directed discrete-time quantum walk
      C. M. Chandrashekar and Th. Busch
    6. Single photons in an imperfect array of beam-splitters: Interplay between percolation, backscattering and transient localization
      C. M. Chandrashekar, S. Melville,  and Th. Busch
    7. Noise-enhanced quantum transport on a closed loop using quantum walks
      C. M. Chandrashekar and Th. Busch
    8. Two-component Dirac-like Hamiltonian for generating quantum walk on one-, two- and three-dimensional lattices
      C. M. Chandrashekar
    9. Enhancement of Geometric Phase by Frustration of Decoherence: A Parrondo like Effect
      Subhashish Banerjee, C. M. Chandrashekar, Arun K. Pati
    10. Decoherence on a two-dimensional quantum walk using four- and two-state particle
      C. M. Chandrashekar, Th. Busch
    11. Quantum walk on distinguishable non-interacting many-particles and indistinguishable two-particle
      C. M. Chandrashekar, Th. Busch
    12. Hamilton’s turns as visual tool-kit for designing of single-qubit unitary gates
      B. Neethi Simon, C. M. Chandrashekar, Sudhavathani Simon
    13. Entanglement generation in spatially separated systems using quantum walk
      C. M. Chandrashekar, Sandeep Goyal, and Subhashish Banerjee
    14. Quantumness of noisy quantum walks : a comparison between measurement-induced disturbance and quantum discord
      Balaji R. Rao, R. Srikanth, C. M. Chandrashekar and Subhashish Banerjee
    15. Parrondo’s game using a discrete-time quantum walk
      C. M. Chandrashekar and Subhashish Banerjee
    16. Disordered-quantum-walk-induced localization of a Bose-Einstein condensate
      C. M. Chandrashekar
    17. Zeno subspace in quantum-walk dynamics
      C. M. Chandrashekar
    18. Relationship between quantum walks and relativistic quantum mechanics
      C. M. Chandrashekar, Subhashish Banerjee, and R. Srikanth
    19. Quantumness in decoherent quantum walk using measurement-induced disturbance
      R. Srikanth, Subhashish Banerjee, and C. M. Chandrashekar
    20. Spatial entanglement using quantum walk on a many-body system
      Sandeep K. Goyal and C. M. Chandrashekar
    21. Fractional recurrence in discrete-time quantum walk
      C. M. Chandrashekar
    22. Quantum data bus in dipolar coupled nuclear spin qubits
      Jingfu Zhang, Michael Ditty, Daniel Burgarth, Colm A. Ryan, C. M. Chandrashekar, Martin Laforest, Osama Moussa, Jonathan Baugh, and Raymond Laflamme
    23. Direct observation of quantum criticality in Ising spin chains
      Jingfu Zhang, Fernando M. Cucchietti, C. M. Chandrashekar, Martin Laforest, Colm A. Ryan, Michael Ditty, Adam Hubbard, John K. Gamble, Raymond Laflamme
    24. Symmetry-noise interplay in quantum walk on an n-cycle
      Subhashish Banerjee, R. Srikanth, C. M. Chandrashekar, and Pranaw Rungta
    25. Generic quantum walk using a coin-embedded shift operator
      C. M. Chandrashekar
    26. Quantum phase transition using quantum walks in an optical lattice
      C. M. Chandrashekar and Raymond Laflamme
    27. Optimizing the discrete time quantum walk using a SU(2) coin
      C. M. Chandrashekar, R. Srikanth and Raymond Laflamme
    28. Quantum information processing using nuclear and electron magnetic resonance: review and prospects
      J. Baugh, J. Chamilliard, C. M. Chandrashekar, M. Ditty, A. Hubbard, M. Laforest, D. Maslov, C. Negrevergne, M. Silva, S. Simmons, C. A. Ryan, R. Laflamme, J. S. Hodges, C. Ramanathan, and D. G. Cory
    29. Symmetries and noise in quantum walk
      C. M. Chandrashekar, R. Srikanth, and S. Banerjee
    30. Implementing the one-dimensional quantum (Hadamard) walk using a Bose-Einstein condensate
      C. M. Chandrashekar
    31. Dynamic Manipulation of Bose-Einstein Condensates with a Spatial Light Modulator
      V. Boyer, R. M. Godun, G. Smirne, D. Cassettari, C. M. Chandrashekar, A.B. Deb, Z.J. Laczik and C. J. Foot
    32. Dynamic optical trap generation using FLC SLMs for the manipulation of cold atoms
      V. Boyer, C. M. Chandrashekar, C.J. Foot and Z.J. Laczik


  1. Entanglement Properties of Localized States in 1D Topological Quantum Walks
    C. M. Chandrashekar, H. Obuse, Th. Busch
  2. Disorder induced localization and enhancement of entanglement in one- and two-dimensional quantum walks
    C. M. Chandrashekar

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