Quantum mechanics thesis

One can in this formalism state Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and prove it as a theorem, although the exact historical sequence of events, concerning who derived what and under which framework, is the subject of historical investigations outside the scope of this article.

The Role of Interference and. Entanglement in Quantum Computing. Jurgen Van Gael May 17, 2005 ii Preface Prelude The year is 1900. The world’s most ...

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Gerardo Adesso is fascinated by the elusive border between quantum and classical descriptions of the world. He got his PhD in Physics at University of Salerno (Italy) in 2007, working on characterisation and applications of entanglement in continuous variable quantum systems. After a post-doctoral experience at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), he joined University of Nottingham as a Lecturer in 2009. His recent research has been pioneering in unveiling resources for quantum technology that are more general and robust than entanglement, challenging the two-decade-old separability paradigm. Gerardo is now a Professor of Mathematical Physics at Nottingham and leads a research team working on all aspects of quantum correlations and coherence ( http:// ), supported by an ERC Starting Grant and further awards from Royal Society and Foundational Questions Institute. His current interests extend to more applied subjects ranging from quantum information & communication technologies to sensing & metrology, thermodynamics, and beyond.

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quantum mechanics thesis

Quantum mechanics thesis

Gerardo Adesso is fascinated by the elusive border between quantum and classical descriptions of the world. He got his PhD in Physics at University of Salerno (Italy) in 2007, working on characterisation and applications of entanglement in continuous variable quantum systems. After a post-doctoral experience at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), he joined University of Nottingham as a Lecturer in 2009. His recent research has been pioneering in unveiling resources for quantum technology that are more general and robust than entanglement, challenging the two-decade-old separability paradigm. Gerardo is now a Professor of Mathematical Physics at Nottingham and leads a research team working on all aspects of quantum correlations and coherence ( http:// ), supported by an ERC Starting Grant and further awards from Royal Society and Foundational Questions Institute. His current interests extend to more applied subjects ranging from quantum information & communication technologies to sensing & metrology, thermodynamics, and beyond.

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Gerardo Adesso is fascinated by the elusive border between quantum and classical descriptions of the world. He got his PhD in Physics at University of Salerno (Italy) in 2007, working on characterisation and applications of entanglement in continuous variable quantum systems. After a post-doctoral experience at Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), he joined University of Nottingham as a Lecturer in 2009. His recent research has been pioneering in unveiling resources for quantum technology that are more general and robust than entanglement, challenging the two-decade-old separability paradigm. Gerardo is now a Professor of Mathematical Physics at Nottingham and leads a research team working on all aspects of quantum correlations and coherence ( http:// ), supported by an ERC Starting Grant and further awards from Royal Society and Foundational Questions Institute. His current interests extend to more applied subjects ranging from quantum information & communication technologies to sensing & metrology, thermodynamics, and beyond.

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The Role of Interference and. Entanglement in Quantum Computing. Jurgen Van Gael May 17, 2005 ii Preface Prelude The year is 1900. The world’s most ...

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