S. Arash Sheikholeslam is a PhD student in the department of electrical engineering at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He completed his Masters degree at University of Victoria in Canada under the supervision of Dr. Aaron Gulliver and received his B.Sc. at Isfahan University of Technology. Arash`s current research interest is quantum computing with quantum dot cellular automata.
Journal: Results in physics.
Abstract: In this paper, we introduce a new quantum bit commitment protocol which is secure against entanglement attacks. A general cheating strategy is examined and shown to be practically ineffective against the proposed approach.
Journal: International Journal of Quantum Information.
Abstract: This letter considers quantum random bit generators which use continuous wave (CW) or pulse lasers with Poisson characteristics. The statistical characteristics of randomly generated bits are investigated, and the efficiency of the random generators is analyzed via the bit rate.
Journal: International Review on Modelling and Simulation.
Abstract: In this paper one approach for radar pulse compression, named chaotic phase modulation, is presented which is based on double scroll chaotic oscillator. The features of the proposed chaotic waveform, specially the power spectral density (PSD) and ambiguity diagram are compared with LFM pulse compression method through simulations. It is shown that the new wavefrom has an acceptable PSD feature and also has a better ambiguity diagram than that for LFM.