List of publications

My publication list can be found on the usual venues like Google Scholar or ArXiv but I try here to provide more context by linking to possibly relevant blog entries.

Popular science :

Et si la gravité n’était pas quantique ?” Pour la Science 495, 2019
translated in German in SpektrumFür immer unvereinbar?” (but no English so far)


 [preprint] Computing the renormalization group flow of two-dimensional \phi^4 theory with tensor networks
Clément Delcamp, AT, arxiv


[preprint] Continuous collapse models of finite dimensional Hilbert spaces
AT, arxiv, book Chapter “Do wave functions jump? Perspectives on the work of GC Ghirardi”

[preprint] Does gravity have to be quantized? Lessons from non-relativistic toy models
AT, arxiv, written for the proceedings of the DICE2018 conference, an expanded version of [17]

[20] Entanglement and transport in a fermion chain under continuous monitoring
Xiangyu Cao, AT, Andrea De Luca, arxiv, Scipost

[19] Neutron star heating constraints on wave-function collapse models
AT, Tom Stace, arxiv, Phys. Rev. Lett.
[careful that the v1 makes an excessive claim corrected in v2]

[18] Continuous tensor network states for quantum fields
AT, J. Ignacio Cirac, Phys. Rev. X see also the Viewpoint in Physics by Anastasiia A. Pervishko and Jacob Biamonte


[17] Binding space-time and quantum matter, without romanticism
AT, arxiv, Found. Phys.

[16] Exact signal correlators in continuous quantum measurements
AT, arxiv, Phys. Rev. A (Rapid)

[15] Ghirardi-Rimini-Weber model with massive flashes
AT, arxiv, Phys. Rev. D (Rapid)blogpost, newscientist article


[preprint] Interacting quantum field theories as relativistic statistical field theories of local beables
AT, arxiv, blogpost

[14] On GKLS dynamics for local operations and classical communication
Lajos Diosi, AT, arxivOpen Syst. Inf. Dyn.

[13] Principle of least decoherence in Newtonian semi-classical gravity
AT, Lajos Diosi, Phys. Rev. D (2017)arxiv (see also poster)

[12] Comment on “Spontaneous collapse: A solution to the measurement problem and a source of the decay in mesonic systems”
AT, Phys. Rev. A (2017), arxiv

[11] Time-local unraveling of non-Markovian stochastic Schrödinger equations
AT, Quantum (2017)arxiv, blogpost 1, blogpost 2
(in the arxiv v1, “Time-local” was “Markovian”, which was slightly misleading)


[10] Zooming in on quantum trajectories
Michel Bauer, Denis Bernard, AT, J. Phys. A Letters (2016) arxiv

[9] Efficient readout of a register of (qu)bits
AT, Phys. Rev. A (2016), arxiv

[8] Sourcing semiclassical gravity from spontaneously localized quantum matter
AT, Lajos Diosi, Phys. Rev. D (2016) arxiv


[7] Spikes in quantum trajectories
AT, Michel Bauer, Denis Bernard, Phys. Rev. A (2015) arxiv

[6] Computing the rates of measurement-induced quantum jumps
Michel Bauer, Denis Bernard, AT, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. -Fast Track- (2015) arxiv


[5] Controlling quantum flux through measurement, an idealised example
AT, Michel Bauer, Denis Bernard, EPL (Europhysics Letters) (2014) arxiv

[4] The Open Quantum Brownian Motion
Michel Bauer, Denis Bernard, AT, JSTAT (2014) arxiv


[3] Open quantum random walks: Bistability on pure states and ballistically induced diffusion
Michel Bauer, Denis Bernard, AT, Phys. Rev. A (2013) arxiv


Below are two articles from an internship anterior to my thesis and are a bit less related to my interests now.


[2] Simplified biased random walk model for RecA-protein-mediated homology recognition offers rapid and accurate self-assembly of long linear arrays of binding sites
Julian Kates-Harbeck, AT, Mara Prentiss, Phys. Rev. E (2013)

[1] Tension on dsDNA bound to ssDNA-RecA filaments may play an important role in driving efficient and accurate homology recognition and strand exchange
Julea Vlassakis, Efraim Feinstein, Darren Yang, AT, Dominic Weiller, Julian Kates-Harbeck, Vincent Coljee, Mara Prentiss, Phys. Rev. E (2013) arxiv