A collection of my most cited research papers, and a selection of my books.
A Multiparticle Generalization of Entanglement Swapping
We generalize the procedure of entanglement swapping to obtain a scheme for manipulating entanglement in multiparticle systems. We describe how…
Entanglement in many-body systems
The recent interest in aspects common to quantum information and condensed matter has prompted a flory of activity at the…
The Quantum Double Slit Experiment With Local Elements of Reality
We present a fully local treatment of the double slit experiment in the formalism of quantum field theory. Our exposition…
Classical, quantum and total correlations
We discuss the problem of separating consistently the total correlations in a bipartite quantum state into a quantum and a…
We present conditions every measure of entanglement has to satisfy, and construct a whole class of “good” entanglement measures. The…
Spacetime, Causality and the Quantum
The whole seemingly paradoxical nature of quantum physics (by paradoxical I simply mean that it does not conform to the rules of the ordinary classical logic) stems from the linearity of quantum operations.
The Weighty Matter of Fermions and Bosons
Something surprised me greatly recently. I realised that what we have all been taught about fermions and bosons might be completely false.
Image (c) Mia Vedral
Some creatures never say die. I’ve recently read an article about a bunch of tardigrades – aka “slow steppers”, in which the author described how tardigrades were sent to outer space attached to a rocket to test their robustness.
An artist’s impression of Neil Wormstrong (c) Mia Vedral
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