Jonathan Jones - Publication List

My top 50 published papers are also available ordered by citation count (last updated 12 September 2014) and you can get a complete list of my papers available on arXiv.org.

Published Papers

  1. The Maximum-Entropy Method and Fourier Transformation Compared, J. A. Jones and P. J. Hore, J. Magn. Reson. 92.2, 276-292 (1991).
  2. The Maximum-Entropy Method - Appearance and Reality, J. A. Jones and P. J. Hore, J. Magn. Reson. 92.2, 363-376 (1991).
  3. Suppression of Artifacts in the Phase-Modulated Rotating-Frame Imaging Experiment Using the Maximum-Entropy Method, J. A. Jones, P. J. Hore, C. P. Relf, R. Ouwerkerk, and P. Styles, J. Magn. Reson. 98.1, 73-80 (1992).
  4. Analysis of COSY Cross Peaks by Deconvolution of the Active Splittings, J. A. Jones, D. S. Grainger, P. J. Hore, and G. J. Daniell, J. Magn. Reson. A 101.2, 162-169 (1993).
  5. Application of Maximum-Entropy Methods to 3-Dimensional NMR Spectroscopy, P. Hodgkinson, H. R. Mott, P. C. Driscoll, J. A. Jones, and P. J. Hore, J. Magn. Reson. B 101.2,218-222 (1993).
  6. Berry Dephasing due to Diffusion in Nuclear-Quadrupole Resonance, J. A. Jones and A. Pines, Chem. Phys. Lett. 247.3, 215-220 (1995).
  7. Measurement and Removal of Splittings in NMR-Spectra by Data-Processing, J. A. Jones, Concepts Magn. Reson. 8.3, 175-189 (1996).
  8. Optimal Sampling Strategies for the Measurement of Spin-Spin Relaxation Times, J. A. Jones, P. Hodgkinson, A. L. Barker, and P. J. Hore, J. Magn. Reson. B 113, 25-34 (1996).
  9. Geometric Dephasing in Zero-Field Magnetic Resonance, J. A. Jones and A. Pines, J. Chem. Phys. 106.8, 3007-3016 (1997).
  10. Optimal Sampling Strategies for the Measurement of Relaxation Times in Proteins, J. A. Jones, J. Magn. Reson. 126, 283-286 (1997).
  11. Structural and Dynamical Properties of a Denatured Protein. Heteronuclear 3D NMR Experiments and Theoretical Simulations of Lysozyme in 8M Urea, H. Schwalbe, K. M. Fiebig, M. Buck, J. A. Jones, S. B. Grimshaw, A. Spencer, S. J. Glaser, L. J. Smith, and C. M. Dobson, Biochemistry 36, 8977-8991 (1997).
  12. Detection of Residue Contacts in a Folding Intermediate, J. Balbach, V. Forge, W. S. Lau, J. A. Jones, N. A. J. van Nuland, and C. M. Dobson, PNAS USA 94, 7182-7185 (1997).
  13. Characterisation of Protein Unfolding by NMR Diffusion Measurements, J. A. Jones, D. K. Wilkins, L. J. Smith, and C. M. Dobson, J. Biomol. NMR 10, 199-203 (1997).
  14. The Effects of Guanidine Hydrochloride on the `Random Coil' Conformations and NMR Chemical Shifts of the Peptide Series GGXGG, K. W. Plaxco, C. J. Morton, S. B. Grimshaw, J. A. Jones, M. Pitkeathly, I. D. Campbell, and C. M. Dobson, J. Biomol. NMR 10, 221-230 (1997).
  15. Amyloid fibril formation by an SH3 domain, J. I. Guijarro, M. Sunde, J. A. Jones, I. D. Campbell, and C. M. Dobson, PNAS USA 95, 4224-4228 (1998).
  16. Implementation of a Quantum Algorithm on a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Quantum Computer, J. A. Jones and M. Mosca, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 1648-1653 (1998). LANL e-print quant-ph/9801027.
  17. Fast Searches with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Computers, J. A. Jones, Science 280, 229 (1998).
  18. Implementation of a quantum search algorithm on a quantum computer, J. A. Jones, M. Mosca, and R. H. Hansen, Nature 393, 344-346 (1998). LANL e-print quant-ph/9805069.
  19. Quantum Logic Gates and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Pulse Sequences J. A. Jones, R. H. Hansen, and M. Mosca, J. Magn. Reson. 135, 353-360 (1998). LANL e-print quant-ph/9805070.
  20. Structural and Dynamical Characterization of a Biologically Active Unfolded Fibronectin-binding Protein from Staphlyococcus aureus, C. J. Penkett, C. Redfield, J. A. Jones, I. Dodd, J. Hubbard, R. A. G. Smith, L. J. Smith, and C. M. Dobson, Biochemistry 37, 17054-17067 (1998).
  21. Separate quantification of doubly and singly 13C-labelled metabolites by HSQC-filtered J-spectroscopy, A. P. Davison, J. A. Jones, and R. M. Dixon, J. Magn. Reson. 137, 448-450 (1999).
  22. Independent Nucleation and Heterogeneous Assembly of Structure during Folding of Equine Lysozyme, L. A. Morozova-Roche, J. A. Jones, W. Noppe, and C. M. Dobson, J. Mol. Biol. 289, 1056-1073 (1999).
  23. Two-dimensional 15N-1H photo-CIDNP as a surface probe of native and partially structured proteins, C. E. Lyon, J. A. Jones, C. Redfield, C. M. Dobson, and P. J. Hore, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121, 6505-6506 (1999).
  24. Approximate quantum counting on an NMR ensemble quantum computer, J. A. Jones and M. Mosca, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 1050-1053 (1999). LANL e-print quant-ph/9808056.
  25. Efficient Refocussing of One Spin and Two Spin Interactions for NMR Quantum Computation, J. A. Jones and E. Knill , J. Magn. Reson. 141, 322-325 (1999). LANL e-print quant-ph/9905008.
  26. Hydrodynamic radii of native and denatured proteins measured using pulse field gradient NMR techniques, D. K. Wilkins, S. B. Grimshaw, V. Receveur, C. M. Dobson, J. A. Jones, and L. J. Smith, Biochemistry 38, 16424-16431 (1999).
  27. Geometric Quantum Computation with NMR, J. A. Jones, V. Vedral, A. Ekert, and G. Castagnoli, Nature 403, 869-871 (2000). LANL e-print quant-ph/9910052.
  28. Use of composite rotations to correct systematic errors in NMR quantum computation, H. K. Cummins and J. A. Jones. New J. Phys., 2, 6.1-6.12 (2000). LANL e-print quant-ph/9911072.
  29. NMR Quantum Computation: a Critical Evaluation, J. A. Jones, Fort. Der Physik 48, 909-924 (2000). LANL e-print quant-ph/0002085.
  30. Geometric Quantum Computation, A. Ekert, M. Ericsson, P. Hayden, H. Inamori, J. A. Jones, D. K. L. Oi, and V. Vedral, J. Mod. Opt. 47, 2501-2513 (2000). LANL e-print quant-ph/0004015.
  31. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: a Quantum Technology for Computation and Spectroscopy, H. K. Cummins and J. A. Jones. Contemp. Phys. 41, 383-399 (2000).
  32. NMR quantum computation, J. A. Jones, Prog. NMR Spectrosc. 38, 325-360 (2001). LANL e-print quant-ph/0009002.
  33. Resonance Offset Tailored Pulses for NMR Quantum Computation, H. K. Cummins and J. A. Jones. J. Magn. Reson. 148, 338-342 (2001). LANL e-print quant-ph/0008034.
  34. Response of Native and Denatured Hen Lysozyme to High Pressure studied by 15N/1H NMR spctroscopy, Y. O. Kamatari, H. Yamada, K. Akasaka, J. A. Jones, C. M. Dobson, and L. J. Smith. Europ. J. Biochem. 268, 1782-1793 (2001).
  35. Quantum Computing and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, J. A. Jones. PhysChemComm 11 (2001). LANL e-print quant-ph/0106067.
  36. Fidelity of Single Qubit Maps, M. D. Bowdrey, D. K. L. Oi, A. J. Short, K. Banaszek and J. A. Jones. Phys. Lett. A 294, 258-260 (2002). LANL e-print quant-ph/0201106.
  37. Approximate Quantum Cloning with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, H. K. Cummins, C. Jones, A. Furze, N. F. Soffe, M. Mosca, J. M. Peach and J. A. Jones. Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 187901 (2002). LANL e-print quant-ph/0111098.
  38. Robust Ising Gates for Practical Quantum Computation, J. A. Jones. Phys. Rev. A, 67, 012317 (2003). LANL e-print quant-ph/0209049.
  39. Putting it into practice, J. Jones. Nature 412, 28-29 (2003).
  40. Robust quantum information processing with techniques from liquid state NMR, J. A. Jones. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 361, 1429-1440 (2003) . LANL e-print quant-ph/0301019.
  41. Tackling Systematic Errors in Quantum Logic Gates with Composite Rotations, H. K. Cummins, G. Llewellyn, and J. A. Jones. Phys. Rev. A 67, 042308 (2003). LANL e-print quant-ph/0208092.
  42. Oxidative Folding Intermediates with Non-Native Disulfide Bridges Between Adjacent Cysteine Residues, M. Cemazar, S. Zahariev, J. J. Lopez, O. Carugo, J. A. Jones, P. J. Hore, and S. Pongor. PNAS USA 100, 5754-5759 (2003).
  43. Suppressing weak Ising couplings: tailored gates for quantum computation, J. A. Jones, Phys. Lett. A. 316, 24-28 (2003). LANL e-print quant-ph/0307050.
  44. Rapid Sample-Mixing Technique for Transient NMR and Photo-CIDNP Spectroscopy: Applications to Real-Time Protein Folding, K. Hun Mok, T. Nagashima, I. J. Day, J. A. Jones, C. J. V. Jones, C. M. Dobson, and P. J. Hore. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 125, 12484-12492 (2003).
  45. The circularization of amyloid fibrils formed by apolipoprotein C-II, D. M. Hatters, C. A. MacRaild, D. R. Daniels, J. A. Jones, J. J. Davis, C. E. MacPhee, G. J. Howlett, and C. M. Dobson. Biophys. J., 85, 3979-3990 (2003).
  46. Preparing high purity initial states for nuclear magnetic resonance quantum computing, M. S. Anwar, D. Blazina, H. A. Carteret, S. B. Duckett, T. K. Halstead, J. A. Jones, C. M. Kozak, and R. J. K. Taylor. Phys. Rev. Lett., 93, 040501 (2004). LANL e-print quant-ph/0312014.
  47. Implementation of NMR quantum computation with parahydrogen derived high purity quantum states, M. S. Anwar, J. A. Jones, D. Blazina, S. B. Duckett, and H. A. Carteret. Phys. Rev. A, 70, 032324 (2004). LANL e-print quant-ph/0406044.
  48. A combined parahydrogen and theoretical study of H2 activation by 16-electron d8 ruthenium zero complexes and their subsequent catalytic behaviour, J. P. Dunne, D. Blazina, S. Aiken, H. A. Carteret, S. B. Duckett, J. A. Jones, R. Poli, and A. C. Whitwood, Dalton Transactions 3616-3628 (2004).
  49. Implementing Grover's Quantum Search on a Pure State NMR Quantum Computer, M. S. Anwar, D. Blazina, H. A. Carteret, S. B. Duckett, and J. A. Jones, Chem. Phys. Lett., 400, 94-97 (2004). LANL e-print quant-ph/0407091.
  50. Generation and interrogation of a pure nuclear spin state by parahydrogen enhanced NMR spectroscopy: a defined initial state for quantum computation, D. Blazina, S. B. Duckett, T. K. Halstead, C. M. Kozak, R. J. K. Taylor, M. S. Anwar, J. A. Jones, and H. A. Carteret, Magn. Reson. Chem. 43, 200-208 (2005).
  51. Practical Implementations of Twirl Operations, M. S. Anwar, L. Xiao, A. J. Short, J. A. Jones, D. Blazina, S. B. Duckett, and H. A. Carteret, Phys. Rev. A 71, 032327 (2005). LANL e-print quant-ph/0409142.
  52. Compiling gate networks on an Ising quantum computer, M. D. Bowdrey, J. A. Jones, E. Knill and R. Laflamme, Phys. Rev. A 72, 032315 (2005). LANL e-print quant-ph/0506006.
  53. Error Tolerance in an NMR Implementation of Grover's Fixed-Point Quantum Search Algorithm, L. Xiao and J. A. Jones, Phys. Rev. A 72, 032326 (2005). LANL e-print quant-ph/0504054.
  54. Sharing polarization within quantum subspaces, M. S. Anwar, J. A. Jones, and S. B. Duckett, Phys. Rev. A 73, 022322 (2006). LANL e-print quant-ph/0509036.
  55. Contrasting photochemical and thermal reactivity of Ru(CO)2(PPh3)(dppe) towards hydrogen rationalised by parahydrogen NMR and DFT studies, D. Blazina, J. P. Dunne, S. Aiken, S. B. Duckett, C. Elkington, J. E. McGrady, R. Poli, S. J. Walton, M. S. Anwar, J. A. Jones and H. A. Carteret, Dalton Transactions 17, 2072-2080 (2006).
  56. Robust Logic Gates and Realistic Quantum Computation, L. Xiao and J. A. Jones, Phys. Rev. A 73, 032334 (2006). LANL e-print quant-ph/0511100.
  57. NMR analogues of the quantum Zeno effect, L. Xiao and J. A. Jones, Phys. Lett. A 359, 424-427 (2006). LANL e-print quant-ph/0506235.
  58. Selective excitation with Jump and Return sequences, M. D. Bowdrey and J. A. Jones, Phys. Rev. A 74, 052324 (2006). LANL e-print quant-ph/0606220.
  59. Quantum Information Processing with Delocalized Qubits under Global Control, J. Fitzsimons, L. Xiao, S. C. Benjamin and J. A. Jones, Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 030501 (2007). LANL e-print quant-ph/0606188.
  60. Arbitrary precision composite pulses for NMR quantum computing, W. G. Alway and J. A. Jones, J. Magn. Reson. 189, 114-120 (2007). LANL e-print 0709.0602.
  61. NMR implementations of Gauss sums, J. A. Jones, Phys. Lett A 373 5758-5759 (2008). LANL eprint 0807.1608.
  62. Magnetic field sensing beyond the standard quantum limit using 10-spin NOON states, J. A. Jones, S. D. Karlen, J. Fitzsimons, A. Ardavan, S. C. Benjamin, G. A. D. Briggs and J. J. L. Morton, Science 324, 1166 (2009). ArXiv e-print arXiv:0811.4350.
  63. Composite pulses in NMR quantum computation, J. A. Jones, J. Ind. Inst. Sci. 89, 303-308 (2009) . ArXiv e-print arXiv:0906.4719.
  64. Group epitope mapping considering relaxation of the ligand (GEM-CRL): Including longitudinal relaxation rates in the analysis of saturation transfer difference (STD) experiments. S. Kemper, M. K. Patel, J. C. Errey, B. G. Davis, J. A. Jones and T. D. W. Claridge, J. Magn. Reson. 203, 1-10 (2010).
  65. Spin-selective reactions of radical pairs act as quantum measurements. J. A. Jones and P. J. Hore, Chem. Phys. Lett. 488, 90-93 (2010). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1002.2377.
  66. Magnetic field sensors using 13-spin cat states. S. Simmons, J. A. Jones, S. D. Karlen, A. Ardavan and J. J. L. Morton, Phys. Rev. A, 82, 022330 (2010). ArXiv e-print arXiv:0907.1372.
  67. Preparing pseudo-pure states with controlled-transfer gates, M. Kawamura, B. Rowland and J. A. Jones, Phys. Rev. A 82, 032315 (2010). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1003.2065.
  68. Quantum Computing with NMR, J. A. Jones, Prog. NMR Spectrosc. 59, 91-120 (2011). AxXiv e-print arXiv:1011.1382.
  69. Reaction operators for spin-selective chemical reactions of radical pairsJ. A. Jones, K. Maeda, and P. J. Hore, Chem. Phys. Lett. 507, 269-273 (2011). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1103.5875.
  70. Reply to Comment on Spin-selective reactions of radical pairs act as quantum measurements, J. A. Jones, K. Maeda, U. E. Steiner, and P. J. Hore, Chem. Phys. Lett. 508, 184-185 (2011). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1104.0604.
  71. Implementing quantum logic gates with GRAPE: principles and practicalities, B. Rowland and J. A. Jones, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 370, 4636 (2012). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1203.6260.
  72. Further analysis of some symmetric and antisymmetric composite pulses for tackling pulse strength errors , S. Husain, M. Kawamura and J. A. Jones J. Magn. Reson. 230, 145-154 (2013). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1203.3305.
  73. Designing short robust NOT gates for quantum computation, J. A. Jones. Phys. Rev. A 87, 052317 (2013). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1303.1745.
  74. Nested composite NOT gates for quantum computation, J. A. Jones, Phys. Lett. A 377, 2860-2862 (2013). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1307.3114.
  75. Composite pulses for interferometry in a thermal cold atom cloud, A. Dunning, R. Gregory, J. Bateman, N. Cooper, M. Himsworth, J. A. Jones and T. Freegarde, Phys. Rev. A 90, 033608 (2014). ArXiv e-print arXiv:1406.2916

Submitted

  1. Quantum correlations which imply causation, J. Fitzsimons, J. A. Jones, and V. Vedral. ArXiv e-print arXiv:1302.2731.

In preparation

Books

  1. NMR: The Toolkit, P. J. Hore, J. A. Jones, and S. Wimperis, Oxford Chemistry Primers (2000).
  2. Quantum Information, Computation and Communication, J. A. Jones and D. Jaksch, Cambridge University Press (2012).

Book chapters

  1. Quantum Computing and NMR, in Quantum Computing and Communications, M. E. Brooks (Ed.), Springer-Verlag, UK (1999).
  2. Quantum Computing and NMR, in The Physics of Quantum Information, D. Bouwmeester, A. Ekert, and A. Zeilinger (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin (2000).
  3. NMR Quantum Computing, in Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Theory, C. Macchiavello, G. M. Palma, and A. Zeilinger (Eds.), World Scientific, Singapore (2001).
  4. NMR Quantum Computation: A Critical Evaluation in Scalable Quantum Computers: Paving the Way to Realization, S. L. Braunstein and H.-K. Lo (Eds.), Wiley (2001).
  5. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Quantum Computation, in Quantum Entanglement and Information Processing, D. Esteve, J.-M. Raimond, and J. Dalibard (Eds.), Elsevier Science (2004).

Abstracts, short articles, book reviews, and unpublished papers

  1. Participant in discussion meeting of the Royal Statistical Society, published as J. Roy. Stat. Soc. B, 54.1, 41 (1992).
  2. Transverse Relaxation (T2) of Na measured in vivo in mouse skeletal muscle using shift reagents, J. F. Dunn, I. Tracey, J. A. Jones, and G. K. Radda, Twelth Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York (1993).
  3. Quantification of intracellular sodium in skeletal muscle, J. F. Dunn, I. Tracey, J. A. Jones, and G. K. Radda, Twelth Annual Meeting of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York (1993).
  4. Quantum computation with NMR, J. A. Jones, inset to Quantum computation, D. Deutsch and A. Ekert, Physics World 11.3, 47 (March 1998).
  5. Response to Letter to the Editor by A. Fahmy, J. A. Jones, Science 281, 1963 (1998).
  6. Review of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Relaxation by B. Cowan, Contemporary Physics 40, 167 (1999).
  7. Tackling systematic errors in NMR quantum computations, J. A. Jones, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 220, 567 (2000).
  8. Quantum computers get real, J. A. Jones, Physics World 15.4, 21 (April 2002) A pdf file is available here.
  9. Experimental Heat-Bath Cooling of Spins, G. Brassard, Y. Elias, J. M. Fernandez, H. Gilboa, J. A. Jones, T. Mor, Y. Weinstein and L. Xiao. LANL e-print quant-ph/0511156.
  10. Comment on "NMR Experiment Factors Numbers with Gauss Sums", J. A. Jones. LANL e-print quant-ph/0704.2065.
  11. Review of The Quantum Divide by C. C, Gerry and K. M. Bruno, Physics World 26.8, 40-41 (August 2013).
  12. Incentives are a powerful tool, but do universities know how to use them?, J. A. Jones, blog post for @GdnHigherEd.

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