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Physics
D-index
87
Citations
32,196
268
World Ranking
1772
National Ranking
8

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

His primary scientific interests are in Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Theoretical physics, Matrix multiplication and Quantum information. His study connects Statistical physics and Quantum mechanics. His research integrates issues of Quantum state, Spin-½, Tensor product and Ansatz in his study of Quantum entanglement.

In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Theoretical physics, Mathematical Operators and Quantum statistical mechanics is strongly linked to Fermion. His Matrix multiplication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Time evolution and Computer simulation. His biological study deals with issues like Quantum algorithm, which deal with fields such as Quantum process and Quantum capacity.

- Matrix product states, projected entangled pair states, and variational renormalization group methods for quantum spin systems (1015 citations)
- Matrix Product States, Projected Entangled Pair States, and variational renormalization group methods for quantum spin systems (822 citations)
- Quantum computation and quantum-state engineering driven by dissipation (809 citations)

His primary areas of study are Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Matrix multiplication, Theoretical physics and Quantum. His study in Squashed entanglement, Renormalization group, Density matrix renormalization group, Quantum information and Hamiltonian falls within the category of Quantum mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Statistical physics and Qubit, which intersect with Quantum entanglement.

His study of Matrix product state is a part of Matrix multiplication. His studies deal with areas such as Tensor, Quantum computer, Topological quantum computer, Topological order and Gauge theory as well as Theoretical physics. His Quantum study incorporates themes from Mathematical physics, Generalization, Discrete mathematics and Ground state.

- Quantum mechanics (68.70%)
- Quantum entanglement (36.13%)
- Matrix multiplication (35.37%)

- Matrix multiplication (35.37%)
- Matrix product state (23.41%)
- Theoretical physics (33.33%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Matrix multiplication, Matrix product state, Theoretical physics, Tensor and Homogeneous space. His Matrix multiplication study also includes fields such as

- Tangent space together with Applied mathematics and Thermodynamic limit,
- Topology and related Conformal field theory and Ground state. His work carried out in the field of Matrix product state brings together such families of science as Dimension, Statistical physics, Density matrix renormalization group and Ansatz.

His Theoretical physics research incorporates themes from Topological order, Quantum entanglement, Topological quantum computer and Quantum mechanics, Gauge theory. His research in Quantum mechanics is mostly focused on Renormalization group. The study incorporates disciplines such as String and Scaling in addition to Tensor.

- Variational optimization algorithms for uniform matrix product states (95 citations)
- Variational optimization algorithms for uniform matrix product states (95 citations)
- Tangent-space methods for uniform matrix product states (66 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Algebra

Frank Verstraete mainly focuses on Matrix multiplication, Theoretical physics, Quantum mechanics, Topological order and Matrix product state. Frank Verstraete has included themes like Tangent space, Fixed point, Observable and Thermodynamic limit in his Matrix multiplication study. The various areas that Frank Verstraete examines in his Theoretical physics study include Quantum entanglement, Homogeneous space and Gauge theory.

His biological study focuses on Renormalization group. The concepts of his Topological order study are interwoven with issues in Operator algebra and Symmetry breaking. His Matrix product state research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Matrix analysis, Symmetric matrix, Integer matrix and Density matrix renormalization group.

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Matrix product states, projected entangled pair states, and variational renormalization group methods for quantum spin systems

F. Verstraete;V. Murg;J.I. Cirac.

Advances in Physics **(2008)**

1611 Citations

Quantum computation and quantum-state engineering driven by dissipation

Frank Verstraete;Michael M. Wolf;J. Ignacio Cirac.

Nature Physics **(2009)**

1292 Citations

Matrix product state representations

D. Perez-Garcia;F. Verstraete;M. M. Wolf;J. I. Cirac.

Quantum Information & Computation **(2007)**

1103 Citations

Matrix product density operators: simulation of finite-temperature and dissipative systems.

Frank Verstraete;JJ Garcia-Ripoll;JI Cirac.

Physical Review Letters **(2004)**

977 Citations

Classical simulation of infinite-size quantum lattice systems in two spatial dimensions.

J Jordan;R Orus;G Vidal;Frank Verstraete.

Physical Review Letters **(2008)**

884 Citations

Four qubits can be entangled in nine different ways

Frank Verstraete;Frank Verstraete;J Dehaene;B De Moor;Henri Verschelde.

Physical Review A **(2002)**

818 Citations

Matrix product states represent ground states faithfully

Frank Verstraete;JI Cirac.

Physical Review B **(2006)**

737 Citations

Density matrix renormalization group and periodic boundary conditions: a quantum information perspective.

Frank Verstraete;D Porras;JI Cirac.

Physical Review Letters **(2004)**

715 Citations

General monogamy inequality for bipartite qubit entanglement.

Tobias J. Osborne;Frank Verstraete.

Physical Review Letters **(2006)**

691 Citations

Area laws in quantum systems: mutual information and correlations

Michael M. Wolf;Frank Verstraete;Matthew B. Hastings;J. Ignacio Cirac.

Physical Review Letters **(2008)**

633 Citations

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