Mark F Gyure, Age 596626 Oak Forest Dr, Oak Park, CA 91377

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6626 Oak Forest Dr, Oak Park, CA 91377 (818) 597-9707

Agoura Hills, CA

Agoura, CA

3187 Arianna Ln, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (805) 241-9388

Westlake Village, CA

Ventura, CA

Brookline, MA

Newton, MA

3187 Arianna Ln, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (805) 704-5642

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Work

Position: Construction and Extraction Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Publications

Us Patents

Quantum Well Design For A Coherent, Single-Photon Detector With Spin Resonant Transistor

US Patent:
7462859, Dec 9, 2008
Filed:
Oct 2, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/542322
Inventors:
Mark F. Gyure - Oak Park CA,
Assignee:
HRL Laboratories, LLC - Malibu CA
International Classification:
H01L 29/06
US Classification:
257 21, 257 15, 257 16, 257 17, 257 18, 257 20, 257E33008
Abstract:
A spin coherent, single photon detector has a body of semiconductor material with a quantum well region formed in barrier material in the body. The body has a first electrode forming an isolation electrode for defining, when negatively energized, an extent of the quantum well in the body and a second electrode positioned above a location where an electrostatic quantum dot is defined in said quantum well when positively energized. The quantum well occurs in three layers of material: a central quantum well layer and two outer quantum well layers, the two outer quantum well layers having a relatively low conduction band minimum and the barrier having a relatively high conduction band minimum while the central quantum well layer having a conduction band minimum between the relatively high and relatively low conduction band minimums.

Artificial Impedance Structure

US Patent:
7830310, Nov 9, 2010
Filed:
Jul 1, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/173182
Inventors:
Daniel F. Sievenpiper - Santa Monica CA,
Joseph S. Colburn - Malibu CA,
Bryan Ho Lim Fong - Los Angeles CA,
Matthew W. Ganz - Marina del Rey CA,
Mark F. Gyure - Oak Park CA,
Jonathan J. Lynch - Oxnard CA,
John Ottusch - Malibu CA,
John L. Visher - Malibu CA,
Assignee:
HRL Laboratories, LLC - Malibu CA
International Classification:
H01Q 1/38
US Classification:
343700MS, 343909
Abstract:
An artificial impedance structure and a method for manufacturing same. The structure contains a dielectric layer having generally opposed first and second surfaces, a conductive layer disposed on the first surface, and a plurality of conductive structures disposed on the second surface to provide a preselected impedance profile along the second surface.

Scalable Quantum Computer

US Patent:
7875876, Jan 25, 2011
Filed:
Jun 15, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/453746
Inventors:
Stephen Wandzura - Agoura Hills CA,
Mark F. Gyure - Oak Park CA,
Bryan Ho Lim Fong - Los Angeles CA,
Assignee:
HRL Laboratories, LLC - Malibu CA
International Classification:
H01L 31/00
US Classification:
257 26, 257E29076, 257E29168, 257E49003
Abstract:
Described is a scalable quantum computer that includes at least two classical to quantum interface devices, with each being connected to a distinct quantum processing unit (QPU). An Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen pair generator (EPRPG) is included for generating an entangled Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen pair that is sent to the QPUs. Each QPU is quantumly connected with the EPRPG and is configured to receive a mobile qubit from the EPRPG and perform a sequence of operations such that the mobile qubit interacts with a source qubit when a teleportation algorithm is initiated, leaving a second mobile qubit in the original quantum state of the source qubit.

Artificial Impedance Structure

US Patent:
2007000, Jan 4, 2007
Filed:
Jul 1, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/173187
Inventors:
Daniel Sievenpiper - Santa Monica CA,
Joseph Colburn - Malibu CA,
Bryan Fong - Los Angeles CA,
Matthew Ganz - Marina del Rey CA,
Mark Gyure - Oak Park CA,
Jonathan Lynch - Oxnard CA,
John Ottusch - Malibu CA,
John Visher - Malibu CA,
International Classification:
H01Q 1/38
US Classification:
3437000MS, 343909000
Abstract:
A method for guiding waves over objects, a method for improving a performance of an antenna, and a method for improving a performance of a radar are disclosed. The methods disclosed teach how an impedance structure can be used to guide waves over objects.

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