Aephraim Steinberg's Publication list (with some links):

(nearly up to date as of 13 January, 2001)

1. A Continuous beam of circular Rydberg atoms for fundamental tests and applications in metrology, A. Nussenzweig, J. Hare, A.M. Steinberg, L. Moi, M. Gross, and S. Haroche, Europhys. Lett. 14, 755 (1991).

2. Analogies between electron and photon tunneling: a proposed experiment to measure photon tunneling times, R.Y. Chiao, P.G. Kwiat, and A.M. Steinberg, Physica B 175, 257 (1991).

3. Dispersion cancellation in a measurement of the single-photon propagation velocity in glass, A.M. Steinberg, P.G. Kwiat, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 2421 (1992).

4. Dispersion cancellation and high-resolution time measurements in a fourth-order optical interferometer, A.M. Steinberg, P.G. Kwiat, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A 45, 6659 (1992).

5. Observation of a quantum eraser: a revival of coherence in a two-photon interference experiment, P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A 45, 7729 (1992).

6. Experimental observation of a quantum eraser:
How much is nature willing to forget? P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, and
R.Y. Chiao, in **Santa Fe Workshop: Foundations of Quantum Mechanics**,
T.D. Black et al. eds, World Scientific (Singapore, 1992), p.
193.

7. The energy-time uncertainty principle and the EPR paradox:
Experiments involving correlated two-photon emission in parametric
down-conversion, R.Y. Chiao, P.G. Kwiat, and A.M. Steinberg, in
**Workshop on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations**, D. Han et al.
eds, NASA CP 3135, Washington D.C. 1992, p. 61.

8. High-visibility interference in a Bell-inequality experiment for energy and time, P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A 47, R2472 (1993).

9. Faster Than Light? R.Y. Chiao, P.G. Kwiat, and A.M. Steinberg, Scientific American 269, 52 (1993).

10. Measurement of the single-photon tunneling time, A.M. Steinberg, P.G. Kwiat, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 708 (1993).

11. High-efficiency single-photon detectors, P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, R.Y. Chiao, P.H. Eberhard, and M.D. Petroff, Phys. Rev. A 48, R867 (1993).

12.
Observation of a nonclassical Berry's phase in quantum optics, R.Y.
Chiao, P.G. Kwiat, I.H. Deutsch, and A.M. Steinberg, in **Recent
Developments in Quantum Optics**, R. Inguva ed., Plenum Press (New York,
1993), p. 145.

13. Comment on Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen state for space-time variables in a two-photon interference experiment, P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A 48, 3999 (1993).

14. The single-photon
tunneling time, A.M. Steinberg, P.G. Kwiat, and R.Y. Chiao,
in the **Proceedings of the XXVIII Rencontre de Moriond**, J
. Trân Thânh
Vân et al. eds (Editions Frontières,
Gif-sur-Yvette, France, 1993).

15. A non-polarization EPR experiment: Observation of
high-visibility Franson interference fringes, R.Y. Chiao, P.G. Kwiat,
and A.M. Steinberg, in
**Quantum Coherence and Reality: In Celebration of the 60th Birthday of Yakir
Aharonov**, edited by J. S. Anandan and J. L. Safko, World Scientific,
Singapore, 1994, p. 247.

16. The photonic tunneling time and the superluminal
propagation of wave packets, R.Y. Chiao, A.M. Steinberg, and P.G.
Kwiat, in the **Proc. of the Adriatico Workshop on "Quantum Interferometry"**,
F. DeMartini, G. Denardo, and A. Zeilinger, eds., World Scientific,
Singapore, 1994, p. 258.

17. Three proposed quantum erasers, P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A. 49, 61 (1994).

18. Absolute efficiency and time-response measurement of single-photon detectors, P.G. Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, R.Y. Chiao, P.H. Eberhard, and M.D. Petroff, Appl. Opt. 33, 1844 (1994).

19. Tunneling delay times in one and two dimensions, A.M. Steinberg and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A. 49, 3283 (1994)

20. Dispersionless, highly superluminal propagation in a medium with a gain doublet, A.M. Steinberg and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A. 49, 2071 (1994)

21. Hidden and unhidden information in quantum tunneling, A.M. Steinberg, P.G. Kwiat, and R.Y. Chiao, Found. Phys. Lett. 7, 223 (1994)

22. A Proposal for a loophole-free Bell inequality experiment, P.G. Kwiat, P.H. Eberhard, A.M. Steinberg, and R.Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A. 49, 3209 (1994).

23. A proposed loophole-free test of Bell's inequalities, P.G.
Kwiat, A.M. Steinberg, and R.Y. Chiao, in the **Proceedings of
the 1993 Maryland meeting on squeezed states and uncertainty relations**.

24. Optical tests of quantum mechanics,
R.Y. Chiao, P.G. Kwiat, and A.M. Steinberg,
in **Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics**, vol. 34, B.
Bederson and H. Walther eds, Academic Press, 1994.

25. Quantum Optical Tests of the Foundations of Physics,
A.M. Steinberg, R.Y. Chiao, and P.G. Kwiat, in the American
Insitute of Physics **Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
Handbook**, edited by G.W.F. Drake, AIP Press, 1996.

26. Comment on ``Photonic Tunneling Times,'' A. M. Steinberg, J. Phys. I (France) 4, 1813 (1994).

27. Sub-femtosecond determination of transmission delay times for a dielectric mirror (photonic bandgap) as a function of angle of incidence, Aephraim M. Steinberg and Raymond Y. Chiao, Phys. Rev. A 51, 3525 (1995).

28. How Much Time Does a Tunneling Particle Spend in the Barrier Region?, Aephraim M. Steinberg, Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 2405 (1995).

29. Quantum Nonlocality in Two-Photon Experiments at Berkeley, Raymond Y. Chiao, Paul G. Kwiat, and Aephraim M. Steinberg, Quantum and Semiclassical Optics 7, 259 (1995).

30. Conditional probabilities in quantum theory, and the tunneling time controversy, Aephraim M. Steinberg, Phys. Rev. A 52, 32 (1995).

31. Photon Statistics, to appear under ``Coherence'' entry in **McGraw-Hill
Encyclopedia of Science and Technology**, edited by Sybil Parker.

32. Tunneling Times and Weak Measurements, A. M. Steinberg, in
**Fundamental Problems in Quantum Theory: a Conference Held in Honor of
Professor John A. Wheeler**, edited by Daniel M. Greenberger and Anton
Zeilinger, Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 755, 900 (1995).

33. When Can Light Go Faster Than Light? The single-photon tunneling time and its measurement via quantum interference, A. M. Steinberg, Ph.D. thesis, U.C. Berkeley, 1994.

34. Effet Tunnel: plus vite que la lumière? A. M. Steinberg, La Recherche 281, 46 (November, 1995).

35. Squeezing With Laser Cooled Atoms, A. Lambrecht, T. Coudreau, A. M.
Steinberg, and E. Giacobino, in **Coherence and Quantum Optics VII**,
edited by Joseph H. Eberly, Leonard Mandel, and Emil Wolf, Plenum
Press 1996.

36. Squeezing with cold atoms, A. Lambrecht, T. Coudreau, A. M. Steinberg, and E. Giacobino, Europhys. Lett. 36, 93 (1996).

37. Tunneling Times and Superluminality, R. Y. Chiao and A. M. Steinberg, in
** Progress in Optics ** vol. XXXVII, Emil Wolf ed., Elsevier (Amsterdam:
1997), pp. 347-406.

38.
Can a falling tree make a noise in two forests at the same time?,
A. M. Steinberg,
**Causality and Locality in Modern Physics**, edited by G. Hunter,
S. Jeffers, and J.-P. Vigier, Kluwer Academic Publishers (Dordrecht: 1998),
431-440.

39. Quantum Optical Studies of Tunneling Times and Superluminality, R. Y. Chiao and A. M. Steinberg, to appear in the Proceedings of the 1997 NASA workshop on ``breakthrough propulsion physics,'' M. Millis ed.

40. Quantum Optical Studies of Tunneling and other Superluminal Phenomena, R. Y. Chiao and A. M. Steinberg, Physica Scripta T76, 61 (1998).

41. Failure of a Proposed Superluminal Scheme, K. Furuya, P. W. Milonni, A. M. Steinberg and M. Wolinsky, Phys. Lett. A 251, 296 (1999).

42. Time and history in quantum tunnelling, A. M. Steinberg, Superlattices and Microsctructures 23 (3-4), 823 (1998).

43. Single-particle nonlocality and conditional measurements, A. M. Steinberg, Found. Phys. 28 (3), 385 (1998).

44. An atom optics
experiment
to investigate faster-than-light tunneling, A. M. Steinberg, S. Myrskog,
Han Seb Moon, Hyun Ah Kim, Jalani Fox, Jung Bog Kim, Ann. Phys. (Leipzig)
** 7**, 593 (1998).

45. The non-paradox of superluminal tunneling, and a planned experiment
to study the real mystery, A.M. Steinberg, S. Mysrkog, Han Seb Moon,
Hyun Ah Kim, J. Fox, and Jung Bog Kim, in **Mysteries, Puzzles, and
Paradoxes in Quantum Mechanics**, R. Bonifacio ed., AIP Conference
Proceedings 461, 36 (1999).

46. Can a tunneling atom make a noise in two places at one time?, Aephraim M. Steinberg, Stefan Myrskog, Han Seb Moon, Hyun Ah Kim, Jalani Fox, and Jung Bog Kim, Proc. 6th Symposium on Laser Spectroscopy (November 1998, KAERI, Korea), vol 6 no 3 pp 60-74.

47. Nanokelvin of the North, S.H. Myrskog, J.K. Fox, and A.M. Steinberg, Physics in Canada 55, 149 (7-8/99).

48. On energy transfer by detection of a tunneling atom, A. M. Steinberg, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 35 (3), 122 (1999).

49. Modified "delta kick cooling" using magnetic field gradients, S.H. Myrskog, J.K. Fox, H.S. Moon, J.B. Kim, and A.M. Steinberg, Phys. Rev. A 61, 053412/1-6 (2000).

50. Experimental observation of nonclassical effects on single-photon detection rates, K.J. Resch, J.S. Lundeen, and A.M. Steinberg, Phys. Rev. A 63, 020102 (2000).

51. No thing goes faster than light, A.M. Steinberg, Physics World 13, 21 (2000).

52. Total reflection does not occur in negative time, K.J. Resch, J.S. Lundeen, and A.M. Steinberg, submitted to IEEE J. Quant. Electr. (2000).

53. Comment on 'Manipulating the frequency entangled states by an acoustic-optical modulator,' K.J. Resch, S.H. Myrskog, J.S. Lundeen, and A.M. Steinberg, submitted to Phys. Rev. A (2000).

54. Nonlinear optics with less than one photon, K.J. Resch, J.S. Lundeen, and A.M. Steinberg, submitted to Phys. Rev. Lett. (2000).