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Physics
D-index
77
Citations
24,424
220
World Ranking
2428
National Ranking
121

- Quantum mechanics
- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum field theory

His main research concerns Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Conformal field theory, Quantum and Statistical physics. His Quantum mechanics research incorporates elements of Spins and Canonical ensemble. He works in the field of Quantum entanglement, focusing on Squashed entanglement in particular.

His Conformal field theory research includes elements of Quantum system, Mathematical physics, Quasiparticle, Von Neumann entropy and Critical phenomena. Pasquale Calabrese has included themes like Time evolution, Theoretical physics, Integrable system, Stationary state and Magnetic field in his Quantum study. Pasquale Calabrese interconnects Correlation function, Form factor, Mean field theory and Bethe ansatz in the investigation of issues within Statistical physics.

- Entanglement entropy and quantum field theory (1878 citations)
- Entanglement entropy and conformal field theory (921 citations)
- Evolution of entanglement entropy in one-dimensional systems (903 citations)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum entanglement, Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Mathematical physics and Statistical physics. His studies deal with areas such as Time evolution, Conformal field theory, Ground state, Integrable system and Entropy as well as Quantum entanglement. His Conformal field theory research includes elements of Disjoint sets, Theoretical physics and Central charge.

His Quantum study incorporates themes from Quasiparticle, Excited state, Canonical ensemble, Entropy and Stationary state. His Mathematical physics research integrates issues from Trace distance, Conformal map, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Boson. His Statistical physics research incorporates themes from Quantum system, Critical phenomena, Renormalization group and Observable.

- Quantum entanglement (80.16%)
- Quantum mechanics (53.26%)
- Quantum (41.03%)

- Quantum entanglement (80.16%)
- Quantum (41.03%)
- Mathematical physics (28.80%)

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum entanglement, Quantum, Mathematical physics, Quantum mechanics and Ground state. His research integrates issues of Symmetry, Fermion, Theoretical physics, Integrable system and Equipartition theorem in his study of Quantum entanglement. His Quantum research includes themes of Statistical physics, Power law, Entropy and Entropy.

His study on Mathematical physics also encompasses disciplines like

- Eigenvalues and eigenvectors that intertwine with fields like Path integral formulation, Quantum field theory, Conformal map and Spectrum,
- Trace distance which is related to area like Conformal field theory,
- Lattice which is related to area like Spin chain and Covariance matrix,
- Boson that connect with fields like Massless particle. Pasquale Calabrese is interested in Singlet state, which is a field of Quantum mechanics. The Ground state study combines topics in areas such as Logarithm, Renormalization group, Hamiltonian and Spin-½.

- Symmetry resolved entanglement in free fermionic systems (44 citations)
- Symmetry resolved entanglement in free fermionic systems (44 citations)
- Quantum Generalized Hydrodynamics (37 citations)

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Entanglement entropy and quantum field theory

Pasquale Calabrese;John L. Cardy.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2004)**

2888 Citations

Entanglement entropy and conformal field theory

Pasquale Calabrese;John Cardy.

Journal of Physics A **(2009)**

1264 Citations

Time-dependence of correlation functions following a quantum quench

Pasquale Calabrese;John L. Cardy.

Physical Review Letters **(2006)**

1137 Citations

Evolution of entanglement entropy in one-dimensional systems

Pasquale Calabrese;John L. Cardy.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2005)**

1076 Citations

Quantum quench in the transverse-field Ising chain.

Pasquale Calabrese;Fabian H. L. Essler;Maurizio Fagotti.

Physical Review Letters **(2011)**

615 Citations

Quantum quenches in extended systems

Pasquale Calabrese;Pasquale Calabrese;John Cardy.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2007)**

599 Citations

Ageing properties of critical systems

Pasquale Calabrese;Andrea Gambassi.

Journal of Physics A **(2005)**

399 Citations

Entanglement entropy of two disjoint intervals in conformal field theory II

Pasquale Calabrese;John Cardy;Erik Tonni.

Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment **(2009)**

386 Citations

Free-energy distribution of the directed polymer at high temperature

Pasquale Calabrese;Pierre Le Doussal;Alberto Rosso.

arXiv: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks **(2010)**

383 Citations

Entanglement negativity in quantum field theory

Pasquale Calabrese;John Cardy;Erik Tonni.

Physical Review Letters **(2012)**

352 Citations

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