The main research lines of the group are:
Entanglement in Many-Body systems
-thermodynamics of entanglement: phase transitions versus quantum coherence. -"computing" the entanglement of a Many-Body system: refining Density Matrix
Renormalization Group technique
- Dynamics of quantum phase transitions
Quantum computation and quantum chaos
- the "scaling" of efficiency of quantum algorithms
- stability of quantum algorithms in presence of errors
- quantum simulation of classically chaotic systems
- efficiency trade-off: the channel capacity problem
- constrained channels: how to transfer classical/quantum messages if your syst\em allows only for limited control.
- additivity problem
- exploiting quantum communication as a resource for computation
- wiring sites of high quality control (e.g. quantum computer) with solid state devices
Quantum estimation theory: efficiency in measurament
-measuring entanglement in real systems: separability criteria
- entanglement witness.
Solid state quantum information with superconducting nonocircuits
-quantum control theory
-development of a hybrid thecnology: quantum computation meets nanotechnology.