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Quantum estimation of coupling strengths in driven-dissipative optomechanics (2021)
Journal Article
Sala, K., Doicin, A., Armour, A. D., & Tufarelli, T. (in press). Quantum estimation of coupling strengths in driven-dissipative optomechanics. Physical Review A,

We exploit local quantum estimation theory to investigate the measurement of linear (g1) and quadratic (g2) coupling strengths in a driven-dissipative optomechanical system in the red-sideband regime. We consider model parameters inspired by recent e... Read More about Quantum estimation of coupling strengths in driven-dissipative optomechanics.

The partial saphenous nerve injury model of pain impairs reward-related learning but not reward sensitivity or motivation (2021)
Journal Article
Phelps, C. E., Lumb, B. M., Donaldson, L. F., & Robinson, E. S. (2021). The partial saphenous nerve injury model of pain impairs reward-related learning but not reward sensitivity or motivation. PAIN, 162(3), 956-966. https://doi.org/10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002177

Chronic pain is highly comorbid with affective disorders, including major depressive disorder. A core feature of major depressive disorder is a loss of interest in previously rewarding activities. Major depressive disorder is also associated with ne... Read More about The partial saphenous nerve injury model of pain impairs reward-related learning but not reward sensitivity or motivation.

A mild synthesis of substituted 1,8-naphthyridines (2019)
Journal Article
Anderson, E. C., Sneddon, H. F., & Hayes, C. J. (2019). A mild synthesis of substituted 1,8-naphthyridines. Green Chemistry, 21(11), 3050-3058. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9gc00408d

A greener method for the synthesis of substituted 1,8-naphthyridines has been developed, which is supported by reaction metric analysis. Using 2-aminonicotinaldehyde as a starting material with a variety of carbonyl reaction partners, the Friedländer... Read More about A mild synthesis of substituted 1,8-naphthyridines.