Publications google citations

  1. Aaron C. H. Hurst, Joshua A. Izaac, Fouzia Altaf, Vincent Baltz, and Peter J. Metaxas. Reconfigurable magnetic domain wall pinning using vortex-generated magnetic fields. Applied Physics Letters, 110(18):182404, May 2017. doi:10.1063/1.4982237Link ] [ Abstract ]

  2. S. S. Zhou, T. Loke, J. A. Izaac, and J. B. Wang. Quantum fourier transform in computational basis. Quantum Information Processing, 16(3):82, March 2017. doi:10.1007/s11128-017-1515-0Link ] [ Abstract ]

  3. Josh A. Izaac, Xiang Zhan, Zhihao Bian, Kunkun Wang, Jian Li, Jingbo B. Wang, and Peng Xue. Centrality measure based on continuous-time quantum walks and experimental realization. Physical Review A, 95(3):032318, March 2017. doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.95.032318Link ] [ Abstract ]

  4. J. A. Izaac, J. B. Wang, P. C. Abbott, and X. S. Ma. Quantum centrality testing on directed graphs via PT-symmetric quantum walks. arXiv:1607.02673 [quant-ph], July 2016. [ Link ] [ Abstract ]

  5. A. Mahasinghe, J. A. Izaac, J. B. Wang, and J. K. Wijerathna. Phase-modified CTQW unable to distinguish strongly regular graphs efficiently. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 48(26):265301, July 2015. doi:10.1088/1751-8113/48/26/265301Link ] [ Abstract ]

  6. Josh A. Izaac and Jingbo B. Wang. pyCTQW: a continuous-time quantum walk simulator on distributed memory computers. Computer Physics Communications, 186(0):81–92, January 2015. doi:10.1016/j.cpc.2014.09.011Link ] [ Abstract ]

  7. J. A. Izaac, J. B. Wang, and Z. J. Li. Continuous-time quantum walks with defects and disorder. Physical Review A, 88(4):042334, October 2013. doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.88.042334Link ] [ Abstract ]

  8. Z. J. Li, J. A. Izaac, and J. B. Wang. Position-defect-induced reflection, trapping, transmission, and resonance in quantum walks. Physical Review A, 87(1):012314, January 2013. doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.87.012314Link ] [ Abstract ]


  1. J. A. Izaac, J. B. Wang, P. C. Abbott, and X. S. Ma. Quantum centrality testing on directed graphs via PT-symmetric quantum walks. Poster presented at PHHQP16: Progress in Quantum Physics with Non-Hermitian Operators, Kyoto, Japan. August 2016

  2. J. A. Izaac and J. B. Wang. Pseudo-Hermitian continuous-time quantum walks on directed graphs. Paper presented at the Complexity of Quantum Information and Computation Workshop, Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum, Sanya, China. March 2016

  3. J. A. Izaac and P. J. Metaxas. Nanomagnetism with GPUs: simulations of hybrid vortex - domain wall devices. Paper presented at the annual iVEC Symposium, Perth, Australia. February 2013

Science writing

  1. People take more risks when wearing helmets, potentially negating safety benefits. Science Magazine. January 2016.

  2. Zebra Finch Duets. Australian Geographic. December 2015.

  3. Female fairy-wrens sing for other females. Australian Geographic. October 2015.

  4. Testosterone levels affect how much makeup women use, study finds. redOrbit. November 2015.

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