His primary scientific interests are in Computer security, Protocol, Quantum mechanics, Theoretical physics and Statistical physics. His work on Cryptography and Vulnerability as part of his general Computer security study is frequently connected to Task, Resource and Randomness, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Protocol research integrates issues from Adversarial system, Sequence and Commitment protocol.
His work deals with themes such as Consistent histories and Consistency, which intersect with Theoretical physics. His work carried out in the field of Statistical physics brings together such families of science as Projection, Ideal, Dense set, Class and Spin-½. His Device degradation research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Quantum cryptography and Quantum information science.
Adrian Kent mostly deals with Quantum, Theoretical physics, Quantum mechanics, Quantum cryptography and Quantum state. His studies in Quantum integrate themes in fields like Protocol, Minkowski space and Gravitational field, Classical mechanics. In his work, Interpretations of quantum mechanics and Minority interpretations of quantum mechanics is strongly intertwined with Consistent histories, which is a subfield of Theoretical physics.
His Quantum mechanics study often links to related topics such as Statistical physics. The various areas that Adrian Kent examines in his Quantum cryptography study include Quantum key distribution, Quantum network, Theoretical computer science and Commitment scheme. His Quantum key distribution research includes themes of Quantum information science and Quantum digital signature.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum state, Quantum, Theoretical physics, Theoretical computer science and Quantum cryptography. His Quantum state study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quantum information, Security token and Presentation. In his study, Spacetime is inextricably linked to Point, which falls within the broad field of Quantum.
His research on Theoretical physics also deals with topics like
His primary areas of investigation include Theoretical physics, Quantum, Quantum state, Consciousness and Gravitational field. In the field of Quantum, his study on Quantum information processing overlaps with subjects such as Task. His studies deal with areas such as Sketch and Quantum dynamics as well as Consciousness.
The concepts of his Gravitational field study are interwoven with issues in Argument, Thought experiment, Gravitation, Universe and Theory of relativity. His research in Gravitation intersects with topics in Hidden variable theory, Quantum nonlocality, Uncertainty principle, Quantum gravity and Light cone.
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Unitary representations of the Virasoro and super-Virasoro algebras
P. Goddard;A. Kent;David I. Olive.
Communications in Mathematical Physics (1986)
Virasoro algebras and coset space models
P. Goodard;A. Kent;D. Olive.
Physics Letters B (1985)
Determinant Formulae and Unitarity for the N=2 Superconformal Algebras in Two-Dimensions or Exact Results on String Compactification
Wayne Boucher;Daniel Friedan;Adrian Kent.
Physics Letters B (1986)
Many worlds? : Everett, quantum theory, and reality
Simon Saunders;Jonathan Barrett;Adrian Kent;David Wallace.
Private randomness expansion with untrusted devices
Roger Colbeck;Adrian Kent;Adrian Kent.
Journal of Physics A (2011)
On the Consistent Histories Approach to Quantum Mechanics
Fay Dowker;Fay Dowker;Adrian Kent.
Journal of Statistical Physics (1996)
Unconditionally Secure Bit Commitment
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Maximally nonlocal and monogamous quantum correlations.
Jonathan Barrett;Adrian Kent;Stefano Pironio.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
AGAINST MANY WORLDS INTERPRETATIONS
International Journal of Modern Physics A (1990)
Fundamental quantum optics experiments conceivable with satellites - reaching relativistic distances and velocities
David Rideout;David Rideout;Thomas Jennewein;Giovanni Amelino-Camelia;Tommaso F Demarie.
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2012)
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