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Engineering and Technology
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42

2013 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For contributions tot he advancement of Quantum Mechanics, in particular, for conceiving and developing the popular tomography method for quantum states and apparatuses and for developing the method of quantum combs which lead to a first informationtheoretic axiomatization of the Quantum Theory

2004 - OSA Fellows For contributions to the development of quantum tomographic methods, in particular the technique of optical homodyne tomography for characterizing the quantum state of nonclassical light sources.

- Quantum mechanics
- Photon
- Algebra

Quantum mechanics, Quantum information, Quantum operation, Classical mechanics and Quantum network are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Quantum mechanics brings together such families of science as Mathematical physics and Topology. Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano interconnects Quantum information science, Quantum algorithm and Quantum process in the investigation of issues within Quantum information.

Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano combines subjects such as Quantum cloning and Unitary transformation with his study of Quantum operation. His Classical mechanics study incorporates themes from Causal fermion system, Dirac sea, Quantum dynamics and Dirac equation, Two-body Dirac equations. His Quantum network study typically links adjacent topics like Open quantum system.

- Informational derivation of quantum theory (483 citations)
- Probabilistic theories with purification (363 citations)
- Theoretical framework for quantum networks (304 citations)

Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano mainly focuses on Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Quantum information, Theoretical physics and Quantum operation. All of his Quantum mechanics and Photon, Quantum algorithm, Quantum error correction, Open quantum system and Qubit investigations are sub-components of the entire Quantum mechanics study. His research in Quantum algorithm intersects with topics in Quantum network and Quantum capacity.

The Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Statistical physics, Observable and Topology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Algorithm, Quantum information science and Covariant transformation in addition to Quantum information. His work deals with themes such as Quantum cellular automaton, Quantum gravity, Quantum computer and Quantum field theory, which intersect with Theoretical physics.

- Quantum mechanics (47.52%)
- Quantum (27.70%)
- Quantum information (17.12%)

- Quantum walk (6.08%)
- Quantum (27.70%)
- Theoretical physics (13.29%)

His primary scientific interests are in Quantum walk, Quantum, Theoretical physics, Mathematical physics and Quantum cellular automaton. His work in the fields of Quantum, such as Quantum entanglement and Quantum state, overlaps with other areas such as Reading. His Theoretical physics research includes elements of Quantum gravity and Quantum algorithm.

His Quantum cellular automaton research incorporates elements of Classical mechanics, Open quantum system, Lorentz covariance and Quantum field theory. His Open quantum system research is included under the broader classification of Quantum mechanics. Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano mostly deals with Quantum information science in his studies of Quantum mechanics.

- Quantum field as a quantum cellular automaton: The Dirac free evolution in one dimension (70 citations)
- Quantum field as a quantum cellular automaton: The Dirac free evolution in one dimension (70 citations)
- Quantum Theory from First Principles: An Informational Approach (48 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Photon

Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano mostly deals with Quantum cellular automaton, Quantum walk, Open quantum system, Theoretical physics and Mathematical physics. His Quantum cellular automaton study also includes fields such as

- Quantum field theory which connect with Quantum and Field,
- Classical mechanics that intertwine with fields like Causal fermion system. Quantum walk is a subfield of Quantum mechanics that Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano studies.

In most of his Quantum mechanics studies, his work intersects topics such as Quantum electrodynamics. Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano works mostly in the field of Open quantum system, limiting it down to concerns involving Quantum probability and, occasionally, Quantum gravity, Quantum technology and Quantum network. His studies in Quantum gravity integrate themes in fields like Quantum algorithm and Quantum process.

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Informational derivation of quantum theory

Giulio Chiribella;Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano;Paolo Perinotti.

Physical Review A **(2011)**

653 Citations

Probabilistic theories with purification

Giulio Chiribella;Giacomo Mauro D'Ariano;Paolo Perinotti.

Physical Review A **(2010)**

475 Citations

Theoretical framework for quantum networks

Giulio Chiribella;Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano;Paolo Perinotti.

Physical Review A **(2009)**

416 Citations

Quantum computations without definite causal structure

Giulio Chiribella;Giacomo Mauro D’Ariano;Paolo Perinotti;Benoit Valiron.

Physical Review A **(2013)**

400 Citations

Maximum-likelihood estimation of the density matrix

K. Banaszek;K. Banaszek;G. M. D’Ariano;M. G. A. Paris;M. F. Sacchi.

Physical Review A **(1999)**

379 Citations

Quantum tomography for measuring experimentally the matrix elements of an arbitrary quantum operation.

G. M. D'Ariano;P. Lo Presti.

Physical Review Letters **(2001)**

365 Citations

Detection of the density matrix through optical homodyne tomography without filtered back projection

G. M. D’Ariano;G. M. D’Ariano;C. Macchiavello;M. G. A. Paris.

Physical Review A **(1994)**

323 Citations

Quantum Circuit Architecture

G. Chiribella;G. M. D’Ariano;P. Perinotti.

Physical Review Letters **(2008)**

300 Citations

Homodyne detection of the density matrix of the radiation field

G. M. D’Ariano;U. Leonhardt;H. Paul.

Physical Review A **(1995)**

267 Citations

Transforming quantum operations: Quantum supermaps

G. Chiribella;G. M. D'Ariano;P. Perinotti.

EPL **(2008)**

236 Citations

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