Publications

(Source: Google Scholar. Updated: 1 Feb 2017)

Citations: 1530
h-index: 19
i10-index: 28

Google Scholar profile: links to published versions of papers, list of co-authors and citations statistics.

Arxiv.org author page: open-access versions of my papers.

 

Scholarly Book Chapters

  1. Howard M. Wiseman and Eric G. Cavalcanti, “Causarum Investigatio and the Two Bell’s Theorems of John Bell”, In: R. Bertlmann and A. Zeilinger (eds.), Quantum [Un]Speakables II: Half a Century of Bell’s Theorem, The Frontiers Collection, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland (2017).
  2. C. Monteiro, E.A. Lima, C.H. Barbosa, P.H. Ornelas, E.G. Cavalcanti, S.F. Santos, D. Marchesin, B. Plohr, B. Gundelach, A. Marchesin, M. Brio and P. Costa Ribeiro, “Magnetic localization of reentrant activation in isolated rabbit atrium”, In: T. Yoshimoto, M. Kotani, S. Kuriki, H. Karibe and N. Nakasato (eds.), Recent Advances in Biomagnetism, Tohoku University Press, Sendai (1999)

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. Parth Girdhar and Eric G. Cavalcanti, “All two qubit states that are steerable via CHSH-type correlations are Bell-nonlocal”, Physical Review A 94, 032317 (2016).
  2. Howard M. Wiseman, Eleanor G. Rieffel and Eric G. Cavalcanti, “Reply to Gillis’s “On the Analysis of Bell’s 1964 Paper by Wiseman, Cavalcanti, and Rieffel”, International Journal of Quantum Foundations, 2 (4), 137-148 (2016).
  3. M. K. Olsen and E.G. Cavalcanti, “Versatility of continuous-variable asymmetric tripartite entanglement allows Alice and Clare to keep secrets from Bob”, Phys. Rev. A 94, 012331 (2016).
  4. Angela Karanjai, Eric G. Cavalcanti, Stephen D. Bartlett and Terry Rudolph, “Weak values in a classical theory with an epistemic restriction”, New Journal of Physics 17, 073015 (2015).
  5. Eric G. Cavalcanti, Christopher J. Foster, Maria Fuwa and Howard M. Wiseman, “Analog of the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt inequality for steering”, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 32 (4), A74 (2015).
  6. M. Ringbauer, Duffus, C. Branciard, E. G. Cavalcanti, A. G. White and A. Fedrizzi, “Measurements on the reality of the wavefunction”, Nature Physics 11, 249 (2015).
  7. Jonathan Barrett, Eric G. Cavalcanti, Raymond Lal and Owen J. E. Maroney, “No psi-epistemic model can fully explain the indistinguishability of quantum states”, Physical Review Letters 112, 250403 (2014).
  8. Eric G. Cavalcanti and Raymond Lal, “On modifications of Reichenbach’s principle of common cause in light of Bell’s theorem”, Phys. A: Math. Theor. 47, Special Issue: ’50 years of Bell’s theorem’, 424018 (2014).
  9. D. A. Evans, E. G. Cavalcanti and H. M. Wiseman, “Loss-tolerant tests of Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering”, Physical Review A 88, 022106 (2013).
  10. James Schneeloch, Curtis J. Broadbent, Stephen P. Walborn, Eric G. Cavalcanti and John C. Howell, “Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering inequalities from entropic uncertainty relations”, Physical Review A 87, 062103 (2013).
  11. E. G. Cavalcanti, M. J. W. Hall and H. M. Wiseman, “Entanglement verification and steering when Alice and Bob cannot be trusted”, Phys. Rev. A 87, 032306 (2013).
  12. E. G. Cavalcanti and H. M. Wiseman, “Bell Nonlocality, Signal Locality and Unpredictability (or What Bohr Could Have Told Einstein at Solvay Had He Known About Bell Experiments)”, Foundations of Physics 42, 1329–1338 (2012).
  13. A. J. Bennet, D. A. Evans, D. J. Saunders, C. Branciard, E. G. Cavalcanti, H. M.Wiseman and G. J. Pryde, “Arbitrarily Loss-Tolerant Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Steering Allowing a Demonstration over 1 km of Optical Fiber with No Detection Loophole”, Physical Review X 2, 031003 (2012).
  14. C. Branciard, E. G. Cavalcanti, S. Walborn, V. Scarani and H.M. Wiseman, “One-sided device-independent quantum key distribution: Security, feasibility, and the connection with steering”, Physical Review A 85, 010301(R) (2012).
  15. E. G. Cavalcanti, Q.Y He, M.D. Reid and H.M. Wiseman, “Unified criteria for multipartite quantum nonlocality”, Physical Review A 84, 032115 (2011).
  16. E. G. Cavalcanti, “Causation, decision theory and Bell’s theorem: a quantum analogue of the Newcomb problem”, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 61, 569-597 (2010).
  17. Q.Y He, E. G. Cavalcanti, M.D. Reid and P.D. Drummond, “Bell inequalities for continuous-variable measurements”, Physical Review A 81, 062106 (2010).
  18. M. D. Reid, P. D. Drummond, W. P. Bowen, E. G. Cavalcanti, P. K. Lam, H. A. Bachor, U. L. Andersen and G. Leuchs, “The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox: from concepts to applications”, Reviews of Modern Physics 81, 1727–1751 (2009).
  19. Q.Y He, E. G. Cavalcanti, P.D. Drummond and M.D. Reid, “Testing for Multipartite Quantum Nonlocality Using Functional Bell Inequalities”, Physical Review Letters 103, 180402 (2009).
  20. E. G. Cavalcanti, P.D. Drummond H.A. Bachor and M.D. Reid, “Spin entanglement, decoherence and Bohm’s EPR paradox”, Optics Express 17, 18693-18702 (2009).
  21. E. G. Cavalcanti, S.J. Jones, H.M. Wiseman and M.D. Reid, “Experimental criteria for steering and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox”, Physical Review A 80, 032112 (2009).
  22. A. J. Ferris, M.K. Olsen, E.G. Cavalcanti and M.J. Davis, “Detection of continuous variable entanglement without coherent local oscillators”, Physical Review A 78, 060104(R) (2008).
  23. E. G. Cavalcanti and M.D. Reid, “Criteria for generalized macroscopic and mesoscopic quantum coherence”, Physical Review A 77, 062108 (2008).
  24. E. G. Cavalcanti, C.J. Foster, P.D. Drummond and M.D. Reid, “Bell inequalities for continuous-variable correlations”, Physical Review Letters 99, 210405-210408 (2007).
  25. E. G. Cavalcanti and M.D. Reid, “Uncertainty relations for the realization of macroscopic quantum superpositions and EPR paradoxes”, Journal of Modern Optics 54, 2373-2380 (2007).
  26. E. G. Cavalcanti and M.D. Reid, “Signatures for generalized macroscopic superpositions”, Physical Review Letters 97, 170405-170408 (2006).
  27. M. D. Reid and E.G. Cavalcanti, “Macroscopic quantum Schrodinger and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradoxes”, Journal of Modern Optics 52, 2245-2252 (2005).
  28. G. M. Sigaud, M.M. Sant’Anna, H. Luna, A.C.F. Santos, C. McGrath, M.B. Shah, E.G. Cavalcanti and E.C. Montenegro, “Multiple ionization of noble gases by swift H-2(+) ions in breakup and nonbreakup collisions”, Physical Review A 69, 062718 (2004).
  29. M. M. Sant’Anna, H. Luna, A.C.F. Santos, C. McGrath, M.B. Shah, E.G. Cavalcanti, G.M. Sigaud and E.C. Montenegro, “Multiple Ionization of Ne by H2+ Ions with Correlated Projectile Electron Loss”, Physica Scripta T110 (6), 374 (2004).
  30. H. Luna, E.G. Cavalcanti, J. Nickles, G.M. Sigaud and E.C. Montenegro, “CH4 ionization and dissociation by proton and electron impact”, Journal of Physics B 36, 4717 (2003).
  31. M. Sant’Anna, H. Luna, A.C.F. Santos, C. McGrath, M.B. Shah, E.G. Cavalcanti, G.M. Sigaud and E.C. Montenegro, “Postcollisional decay in Ne multiple ionization by H-2(+) ions in breakup collisions”, Physical Review A 68, 042707 (2003).
  32. E. G. Cavalcanti, G.M. Sigaud, E.C. Montenegro and H. Schmidt-Bocking, “Absolute cross sections for multiple ionization of noble gases by swift proton impact”, Journal of Physics B 36, 3087 (2003).
  33. E. G. Cavalcanti, G.M. Sigaud, E.C. Montenegro, M.M. Sant’Anna and H. Schmidt-Bocking, “Post-collisional effects in multiple ionization of neon by protons”, Journal of Physics B 35, 3937 (2002).
  34. E. C. Monteiro, C.H. Barbosa, E.A. Lima, P.H. Ornelas, E.G. Cavalcanti, S.F. Santos and P.C. Ribeiro, “Application of a single-channel SQUID magnetometer for non-invasive study of cardiac tachyarrhythmias mechanisms”, Physica C 354, 83 (2001).
  35. C. H. Barbosa, E.C. Monteiro, E.A. Lima, S.F. Santos, E.G. Cavalcanti and P.C. Ribeiro, “Improvement of a technique for localization of steel needles in humans using a SQUID magnetometer”, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 11, 677 (2001).

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. Eric G. Cavalcanti, “Bell’s theorem and the measurement problem: reducing two mysteries to one?”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 701, 1, 012002 (2016).

Unpublished ArXiv papers

  1. E. G. Cavalcanti, N. C. Menicucci and J. L. Pienaar, “The preparation problem in nonlinear extensions of quantum theory”, arXiv:1206.2725.
  2. E. G. Cavalcanti and N.C. Menicucci, “Verifiable nonlinear quantum evolution implies failure of density matrices to represent proper mixtures”, arXiv:1004.1219.

Other Research Outputs

  1. Eric G. Cavalcanti, Curtis J. Broadbent, Stephen P. Walborn, and Howard M. Wiseman (editors), Feature Issue: 80 years of Steering and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox, J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 32, 4 (2015).
  2. Eric Cavalcanti, “Schrödinger’s cat gets a reality check”, The Conversation, 12 Feb 2015 [50k reads, 8 republications]
  3. Eric Cavalcanti, “Review: Christopher A. Fuchs: Coming of age with quantum information: notes on a Paulian idea”, Quantum Information Processing 11 (2), 633-636 (2012).
  4. Eric Cavalcanti, “Quantum Subversives”, American Scientist 99 (6), 500 (2011).

PhD Thesis

Eric G. Cavalcanti
“Reality, locality and all that: “experimental metaphysics” and the quantum foundations”
PhD Thesis, The University of Queensland. Degree awarded on May 2008.