# Parsa

## Parsa Bonderson, Redmond, WA US

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20120221268 | MEASUREMENT-ONLY TOPOLOGICAL QUANTUM COMPUTATION - Measurement-only topological quantum computation using both projective and interferometrical measurement of topological charge is described. Various issues that would arise when realizing it in fractional quantum Hall systems are discussed. | 08-30-2012 |

## Parsa Bonderson, Santa Barbara, CA US

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20090079421 | Measurement-Only Topological Quantum Computation - Measurement-only topological quantum computation using both projective and interferometrical measurement of topological charge is described. Various issues that would arise when realizing it in fractional quantum Hall systems are discussed. | 03-26-2009 |

20100264402 | USE OF SACK GEOMETRY TO IMPLEMENT A SINGLE QUBIT PHASE GATE - An implementation of a single qubit phase gate for use in a quantum information processing scheme based on the υ=5/2 fractional quantum Hall (FQH) state is disclosed. Using sack geometry, a qubit consisting of two σ-quasiparticles. which may be isolated on respective antidots, may be separated by a constriction from the bulk of a two-dimensional electron gas in the υ=5/2 FQH state. An edge quasiparticle may induce a phase gate on the qubit. The number of quasiparticles that are allowed to traverse the edge path defines which gate is induced. For example, if a certain number of quasiparticles are allowed to traverse the path, then a π/8 gate may be effected. | 10-21-2010 |

20100264910 | Use of Topological Charge Measurements To Change Between Different Qubit Encodings - A method for changing qubit encoding for implementation of a quantum computational gate is disclosed. Such a method may include providing first and second qubits encoded in a plurality of non-abelian anyons according to a first encoding scheme. The first encoding scheme may not be suitable for implementing a certain topologically protected quantum computational gate, such as an entangling gate, for example. Successive topological charge measurements may be performed on at least a subset of the anyons until the qubits are encoded according to a second encoding scheme. The second encoding scheme may be different from the first encoding scheme, and may be suitable for implementing the gate. | 10-21-2010 |

20110156008 | METHOD FOR IMPLEMENTING THE PI/8 GATE IN A GENUS=1 ISING SYSTEM - Disclosed herein is a protocol that enables the π/8-gate in chiral topological superconductors in which superconducting stiffness λ has been suppressed. The protocol enables a topologically protected π/8-gate in any pure Ising system that can be fabricated into genus=1 surface. By adding the π/8-gate to previously known techniques, a design for universal topologically protected quantum computation which may be implemented using rather conventional materials may be obtained. | 06-30-2011 |

20110161638 | Ising Systems: Helical Band Geometry For DTC and Integration of DTC Into A Universal Quantum Computational Protocol - Disclosed herein are efficient geometries for dynamical topology changing (DTC), together with protocols to incorporate DTC into quantum computation. Given an Ising system, twisted depletion to implement a logical gate T, anyonic state teleportation into and out of the topology altering structure, and certain geometries of the (1,−2)-bands, a classical computer can be enabled to implement a quantum algorithm. | 06-30-2011 |

20110287941 | Method for Planar Implementation of PI/8 Gate in Chiral Topological Superconductors - Disclosed herein is a topologically protected π/8-gate which becomes universal when combined with the gates available through quasi-particle braiding and planar quasi-particle interferometry. A twisted interferometer, and a planar π/8-gate in CTS, implemented with the help of the twisted interferometer, are disclosed. Embodiments are described in the context of state X (CTS) supported by an ISH, although the concept of a twisted-interferometer is more general and has relevance to all anionic, i.e. quasiparticle systems. | 11-24-2011 |

20120028806 | Method For Planar Implementation Of PI/8 Gate In Chiral Topological Superconductors - Disclosed herein is a topologically protected π/8-gate which becomes universal when combined with the gates available through quasi-particle braiding and planar quasi-particle interferometry. A twisted interferometer, and a planar π/8-gate in CTS, implemented with the help of the twisted interferometer, are disclosed. Embodiments are described in the context of state X (CTS) supported by an ISH, although the concept of a twisted-interferometer is more general and has relevance to all anionic, i.e. quasiparticle systems. | 02-02-2012 |

20120112168 | Coherent Quantum Information Transfer Between Topological And Conventional Qubits - Computing bus devices that enable quantum information to be coherently transferred between topological and conventional qubits are disclosed. A concrete realization of such a topological quantum bus acting between a topological qubit in a Majorana wire network and a conventional semiconductor double quantum dot qubit is described, The disclosed device measures the joint (fermion) parity of the two different qubits by using the Aharonov-Casher effect in conjunction. with an ancillary superconducting flux qubit that facilitates the measurement. Such a parity measurement, together with the ability to apply Hadamard gates to the two qubits, allows for the production of states in which the topological and conventional qubits are maximally entangled, and for teleporting quantum states between the topological and conventional quantum systems. | 05-10-2012 |

20120187378 | Coherent Quantum Information Transfer Between Conventional Qubits - Computing bus devices that enable quantum information to be coherently transferred between conventional qubit pairs are disclosed. A concrete realization of such a quantum bus acting between conventional semiconductor double quantum dot qubits is described. The disclosed device measures the joint (fermion) parity of the two qubits by using the Aharonov-Casher effect in conjunction with an ancillary superconducting flux qubit that facilitates the measurement. Such a parity measurement, together with the ability to apply Hadamard gates to the two cubits, allows for the production of states in which the qubits are maximally entangled, and for teleporting quantum states between the quantum systems. | 07-26-2012 |

20120258861 | TWISTED TRACK INTERFEROMETER FOR PRODUCING MAGIC STATES - A twisted track interferometer (TTI) for producing magic states is disclosed. The spin of ½-vortices may be exploited to produce magic states. The disclosed “twisted track interferometer” is a “topological twist” on the conventional Pabre-Pero interferometer adapted to topological superconductors. In the disclosed TTI, the probe particles may be Josephson vortices (JVs). JVs are estimated to be light and will tunnel more easily than Abrikosov vortices. Also, the disclosed TTI does not require multiple tunneling events. Rather, the JVs are propelled down thin insulating tracks within a 2D topological p-wave superconductor by a Magnus force generated by a tunneling supercurrent across the tracks. The JVs encounter tunneling junctions as they pass into the arms of the TTI. | 10-11-2012 |

20140050475 | Coherent Quantum Information Transfer Between Topological and Conventional Qubits - Computing bus devices that enable quantum information to be coherently transferred between topological and conventional qubits are disclosed. A concrete realization of such a topological quantum bus acting between a topological qubit in a Majorana wire network and a conventional semiconductor double quantum dot qubit is described. The disclosed device measures the joint (fermion) parity of the two different qubits by using the Aharonov-Casher effect in conjunction with an ancillary superconducting flux qubit that facilitates the measurement. Such a parity measurement, together with the ability to apply Hadamard gates to the two qubits, allows for the production of states in which the topological and conventional qubits are maximally entangled, and for teleporting quantum states between the topological and conventional quantum systems. | 02-20-2014 |

20140221059 | Topological Qubit Fusion - A fusion outcome quasiparticle may be trapped in a potential well of a topological segment. The fusion outcome quasiparticle may be the product of fusion of a first quasiparticle and a second quasiparticle, where the first and the second quasiparticles are localized at ends of a topological segment. The potential well having the fusion outcome quasiparticle trapped therein and a third quasiparticle may be moved relative to each other such that the potential well and the third quasiparticle are brought toward each other. The quasiparticles may be Majorana modes of a nanowire. | 08-07-2014 |

20140279822 | Topological Quantum Computation via Tunable Interactions - A quasiparticle interactor induces interactions between non-Abelian quasiparticles. State information is teleported between non-Abelian quasiparticles due to the interactions. The interactions induced by the quasiparticle interactor may be induced adiabatically and may be localized. The teleportation of state information may be utilized to generate quasiparticle exchange transformation operators acting on the state space of non-Abelian quasiparticles. | 09-18-2014 |

20140354326 | Quantum Computers Having Partial Interferometric Quantum Gates - A quantum computer may include topologically protected quantum gates and non-protected quantum gates, which may be applied to topological qubits. The non-protected quantum gates may be implemented with a partial interferometric device. The partial interferometric device may include a Fabry-Pérot double point contact interferometer configured to apply “partial” interferometry to a topological qubit. | 12-04-2014 |

## Parsa Larijani, Ottawa CA

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20130281105 | FAST EFFICIENT RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION IN LONG TERM EVOLUTION COMMUNICATION NETWORK SCHEDULING - A method and system for determining, for a transmission time interval (TTI), an amount of resource units to be allocated to each cell served by at least one module in a wireless communication network are disclosed. The allocation is based on an estimated resource consumption of each cell, a resource limit of each cell and resource limits of the at least one module. For each TTI, a prioritized list of queues having information to be transmitted is determined, where each queue belongs to a cell of the plurality of cells. Also, for each TTI, in an order of priority of the queues, a number of resource units to be consumed by a queue is determined based at least in part on a number of resource units required to empty the queue. | 10-24-2013 |

## Parsa Mirhaji, Pearland, TX US

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20130246049 | METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR TEXT UNDERSTANDING IN AN ONTOLOGY DRIVEN PLATFORM - Embodiments of methods and systems for informatics systems are disclosed. Such informatics systems may utilize a unifying format to represent text to facilitate linking between data from the text and one or more ontologies, and the commensurate ability to mine such data. | 09-19-2013 |

20130275448 | METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ONTOLOGY DRIVEN DATA COLLECTION AND PROCESSING - Systems and method to aid in the collection, representation and mining of data are disclosed. More particularly, embodiments as disclosed may utilize a unifying format to represent data obtained or utilized by a system to facilitate linking between data from different sources and the commensurate ability to mine such data. Specifically, embodiments may represent data as graphs that comprise the concepts and relationships between those concepts. In this manner, concepts in graphs that represent distinct groupings of data may be mapped and knowledge mining with respect to these graphs facilitated. | 10-17-2013 |

## Parsa Mirmobin, Tucson, AZ US

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20090315522 | SELF-EXCITED CONTROLLED FREQUENCY GENERATOR SYSTEM WITH BI-DIRECTIONAL CONVERTER - A controlled frequency generating system (CFG) may be constructed with a main generator and an exciter driven by a common shaft. Excitation power may be provided from the common shaft; as distinct from prior-art systems which may require independent excitation power sources. While controlling the output voltage and frequency of the main generator, the bi-directional controller extracts power from a main generator output and may supply the extracted power to supplement excitation power when needed at certain rotational speeds. The controller may extract power from the exciter when, at other rotational speeds, the exciter produces excess power. The extracted excess power may be delivered to the output of the main generator to maintain a desired level of output power at a desired frequency, irrespective of speed of rotation of the CFG. | 12-24-2009 |

20100254046 | CONTROLLING ARC ENERGY IN A HYBRID HIGH VOLTAGE DC CONTACTOR - A high voltage direct current (HVDC) power distribution system comprises at least one power bus; at least one load conductor; and a hybrid contactor for interconnecting the at least one power bus and the at least one load conductor and through which inductive energy passes upon disconnection of the at least one load conductor from the at least one power bus. A first portion of the inductive energy passes through the hybrid contactor as an arc. A second portion of the inductive energy passes through the hybrid contactor as resistively dissipated heat. | 10-07-2010 |

20110062710 | MULTI-STAGE CONTROLLED FREQUENCY GENERATOR FOR DIRECT-DRIVE WIND POWER - A multi-sage controlled frequency generator is described that has a low size, weight and cost. The new generator requires an electronic controller that requires only 25% of the total generated power (100%) when the generator shaft speed varies by +/−25% around its synchronous speed. The shaft driving the generator in the direct-drive controlled frequency generator may be moved at a variable speed. The output frequency of the generator may be controlled by electrically controlling the frequency of the first stator stage and by selecting the control frequency, the number of poles, and the number of stages, such that the output of the last stage will be maintained constant at the desired grid frequency. | 03-17-2011 |

20110304224 | COMPACT STARTER-GENERATOR WITH COMMON CORE FOR MAIN AND EXCITER WINDING - A power system for a vehicle may comprise an electric machine attached to an engine of the vehicle. The electric machine may comprise only one stator core; a stator main winding wound on the one stator core; a stator exciter winding wound on the one stator core. The stator main winding and the stator exciter winding may be magnetically independent from one another even though magnetic-field-isolation material is not interposed between the stator main winding and the stator exciter winding. | 12-15-2011 |

20130038179 | LANDING GEAR WITH INTEGRATED ELECTRIC MOTOR FOR ELECTRIC TAXI SYSTEM - An electric taxi system (ETS) for an aircraft has an electric motor enclosed within a landing gear strut. A stator winding of the motor is attached to a lower structural element of the strut. | 02-14-2013 |

## Parsa Mirmobin, La Mirada, CA US

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20130145763 | RECOVERY FOR THERMAL CYCLES - A gas burner system may include a first burner configured to burn gas to produce burned gas in a first portion of the waste gas burner system and a second burner configured to burn gas to produce burned gas in a second portion of the waste gas burner system. A heat exchanger may reside out of the first portion and may be configured to receive heat from the burned gas in the second portion and heat a working fluid of a thermal cycle system. A valve may be configured to control an amount of gas provided to the second burner. The gas may be a waste gas from a process. The thermal cycle system may include an organic Rankine cycle. | 06-13-2013 |

20130234439 | HEAT RECOVERY USING RADIANT HEAT - Systems, methods, and apparatuses may involve a burner configured to burn gas to produce burned gas and output radiant heat. A gas valve controlled by the system can regulate the flow of gas to the burner. A heat exchanger associated with a thermal cycle can be used to heat a working fluid of the thermal cycle. The heat exchanger positioned out of a convective heat flow from the burner. A heat valve between the burner and the heat exchanger can be selectively adjustable to adjust heat transfer to the heat exchanger. | 09-12-2013 |

20140028033 | THERMAL CYCLE ENERGY AND PUMPING RECOVERY SYSTEM - Systems, methods, and apparatuses for pressure recovery and power generation may include a pressure recovery generator configured to receive a high-pressure fluid and generate current based on expansion of the high-pressure fluid. The current may be directed to a power electronics module that is configured to receive current from the pressure recovery generator and provide current to a closed-loop thermal cycle, such as an ORC. The current can be used to start components of the closed-loop thermal cycle, such as the pump and/or to black start the turbine generator. In some instances, the current can be combined with current generated by the closed-loop thermal cycle and directed to a utility grid or to external loads. The high-pressure fluid may be directed to heat exchanger components of the closed-loop cycle. For example, high-pressure, high-temperature fluid can be directed to an evaporator, while high-pressure, low-temperature fluid can be directed to a condenser. | 01-30-2014 |

## Parsa Shahinpoor, Portland, OR US

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20120116505 | SYSTEM AND DEVICE FOR CORRECTING HYPEROPIA, MYOPIA AND PRESBYOPIA - The present invention includes an ophthalmic device and system of mounting for correcting hyperopia, myopia and presbyopia. The present invention includes a limbus ring mountable in an encircling relation to a central optic zone of a cornea on a limbus annulus surrounding the cornea. In the limbus ring defines a substantially annular toroid defining a first average diameter that is selectable and has a hydrophilic coating disposed thereon. The inner radius of the limbus ring is selectable such that, upon mounting on the limbus annulus, the limbus ring causes the limbus annulus to contract or expand thereby causing the curvature of the cornea and the eye length to increase or decrease. The mounting system of the present invention is adapted to receive a limbus ring and further adapted to selectively place the limbus ring on a limbus annulus. | 05-10-2012 |