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Physics

Austria

2023

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Physics
D-index
97
Citations
42,625
417
World Ranking
1218
National Ranking
5

2023 - Research.com Physics in Austria Leader Award

2022 - Research.com Physics in Austria Leader Award

2019 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

2012 - Stern–Gerlach Medal, German Physical Society

2000 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For outstanding work in quantum optics and precision spectroscopy with laser cooled trapped ions

- Quantum mechanics
- Photon
- Laser

His primary areas of study are Quantum mechanics, Quantum computer, Quantum information, Qubit and Quantum simulator. His is doing research in Quantum network, Quantum technology, Open quantum system, Quantum entanglement and Trapped ion quantum computer, both of which are found in Quantum mechanics. His study looks at the relationship between Trapped ion quantum computer and fields such as Ion, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.

As a part of the same scientific family, Rainer Blatt mostly works in the field of Quantum computer, focusing on Quantum algorithm and, on occasion, Parallel computing. His Qubit study is concerned with Quantum in general. The Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Noise, String, Classical mechanics and Atomic physics.

- Quantum dynamics of single trapped ions (1686 citations)
- Quantum simulations with trapped ions (916 citations)
- Quantum simulations with trapped ions (916 citations)

His main research concerns Atomic physics, Ion, Quantum mechanics, Quantum computer and Qubit. His Atomic physics research integrates issues from Laser cooling, Quantum optics, Trapped ion quantum computer and Photon. His Ion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Optoelectronics, Excitation and Laser, Optics.

His Quantum entanglement, Quantum network, Quantum technology, Quantum simulator and Open quantum system study are his primary interests in Quantum mechanics. Rainer Blatt has included themes like Quantum information and Algorithm in his Quantum computer study. The concepts of his Qubit study are interwoven with issues in Quantum state, Noise and Quantum decoherence.

- Atomic physics (58.04%)
- Ion (59.39%)
- Quantum mechanics (45.85%)

- Ion (59.39%)
- Quantum computer (33.67%)
- Qubit (32.32%)

Rainer Blatt focuses on Ion, Quantum computer, Qubit, Quantum and Ion trap. Rainer Blatt interconnects Ultrashort pulse, Optics and Atomic physics in the investigation of issues within Ion. His research in Quantum computer intersects with topics in Photonics and Quantum information.

Qubit is a primary field of his research addressed under Quantum mechanics. His White noise research extends to Quantum mechanics, which is thematically connected. Many of his research projects under Quantum are closely connected to Coupling and Scalability with Coupling and Scalability, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.

- Self-verifying variational quantum simulation of lattice models (203 citations)
- Self-verifying variational quantum simulation of lattice models (203 citations)
- Probing Rényi entanglement entropy via randomized measurements. (182 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Photon
- Laser

Quantum simulator, Quantum, Qubit, Quantum computer and Ion are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Rainer Blatt examines in his Quantum simulator study include Quantum entanglement, Quantum information, Statistical physics, Quantum state and Gauge theory. His study on Qubit is covered under Quantum mechanics.

His work on Anderson localization as part of general Quantum mechanics study is frequently connected to Environmental noise, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Quantum computer study incorporates themes from Quantum devices and Scale. His studies deal with areas such as Superconductivity, Atomic physics and Noise as well as Ion.

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Quantum dynamics of single trapped ions

D. Leibfried;R. Blatt;C. Monroe;D. Wineland.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(2003)**

2867 Citations

Quantum simulations with trapped ions

R. Blatt;R. Blatt;C. F. Roos;C. F. Roos.

Nature Physics **(2012)**

1503 Citations

Entangled states of trapped atomic ions

Rainer Blatt;Rainer Blatt;David J. Wineland.

Nature **(2008)**

1291 Citations

14-Qubit entanglement: creation and coherence.

Thomas Monz;Philipp Schindler;Julio T. Barreiro;Michael Chwalla.

Physical Review Letters **(2011)**

1289 Citations

Scalable multiparticle entanglement of trapped ions

H. Häffner;W. Hänsel;C. F. Roos;J. Benhelm.

Nature **(2005)**

1258 Citations

Deterministic quantum teleportation with atoms

M. Riebe;H. Häffner;C. F. Roos;W. Hänsel.

Nature **(2004)**

1206 Citations

Quantum computing with trapped ions

H. Häffner;C.F. Roos;C.F. Roos;R. Blatt;R. Blatt.

Physics Reports **(2008)**

1197 Citations

Realization of the Cirac–Zoller controlled-NOT quantum gate

Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler;Hartmut Häffner;Mark Riebe;Stephan Gulde.

Nature **(2003)**

1193 Citations

An open-system quantum simulator with trapped ions

Julio T. Barreiro;Markus Müller;Philipp Schindler;Daniel Nigg.

Nature **(2011)**

1010 Citations

Quantum computing with trapped ions

H. Haeffner;C. F. Roos;R. Blatt.

arXiv: Quantum Physics **(2008)**

957 Citations

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