2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2009 - OSA Fellows For pioneering contributions to quantum optics and quantum information, particularly for ground-breaking work in optical quantum teleportation, quantum imaging, and quantum computing.
His primary areas of investigation include Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Quantum teleportation, Quantum channel and Quantum information. Quantum mechanics and Statistical physics are frequently intertwined in his study. Samuel L. Braunstein has researched Quantum entanglement in several fields, including Amplitude and Photon.
His Quantum teleportation research incorporates themes from Quantum sensor, Superdense coding, W state, Quantum technology and Quantum energy teleportation. The Quantum channel study combines topics in areas such as Discrete mathematics and Amplitude damping channel. His work in Quantum information covers topics such as Open quantum system which are related to areas like Applied mathematics.
Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Quantum, Quantum information and Quantum teleportation are his primary areas of study. His Quantum channel, Coherent states, Quantum error correction, Quantum network and Quantum algorithm investigations are all subjects of Quantum mechanics research. His work is dedicated to discovering how Quantum entanglement, Statistical physics are connected with Quantum discord and other disciplines.
His work carried out in the field of Quantum brings together such families of science as Photon, State, Topology and Gaussian. His Quantum information research includes elements of Quantum state, Quantum information science, Open quantum system and Classical mechanics. His Quantum teleportation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Superdense coding and W state, Quantum energy teleportation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum, Quantum entanglement, Communication channel, Teleportation and Topology. His Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Energy and Statistical physics. His Quantum entanglement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Exponential function and Quantum decoherence.
His study explores the link between Topology and topics such as Key that cross with problems in Quantum cryptography and Gaussian channels. His research investigates the connection between Quantum teleportation and topics such as Quantum information science that intersect with problems in Quantum computer. His Coherent states research is under the purview of Quantum mechanics.
Samuel L. Braunstein mostly deals with Quantum network, Statistical physics, Quantum information, Teleportation and Quantum entanglement. His Quantum network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both World Wide Web, Computer network, Server and Internet privacy. Samuel L. Braunstein interconnects Applied physics, Quantum operation, Quantum error correction and Data science in the investigation of issues within Statistical physics.
His Quantum information study is concerned with the field of Quantum mechanics as a whole. His work on Quantum sensor, Quantum information science and Quantum computer as part of general Quantum mechanics research is often related to Continuous variable, thus linking different fields of science. Samuel L. Braunstein is studying Quantum teleportation, which is a component of Quantum entanglement.
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Unconditional quantum teleportation
A. Furusawa;J. L. Sørensen;S. L. Braunstein;C. A. Fuchs.
Quantum Information with Continuous Variables
Samuel L. Braunstein;Arun K. Pati.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2003)
Statistical distance and the geometry of quantum states
Samuel L. Braunstein;Carlton M. Caves.
Physical Review Letters (1994)
Teleportation of Continuous Quantum Variables
Samuel L. Braunstein;H. J. Kimble.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
Quantum Computation over Continuous Variables
Seth Lloyd;Samuel L. Braunstein.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
SEPARABILITY OF VERY NOISY MIXED STATES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR NMR QUANTUM COMPUTING
S. L. Braunstein;C. M. Caves;R. Jozsa;N. Linden.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Generalized uncertainty relations: Theory, examples, and Lorentz invariance
Samuel L. Braunstein;Carlton M. Caves;G.J. Milburn.
Annals of Physics (1996)
Multipartite entanglement for continuous variables: A quantum teleportation network
P. van Loock;Samuel L. Braunstein.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Maximal violation of Bell inequalities for mixed states
Samuel L. Braunstein;A. Mann;M. Revzen.
Physical Review Letters (1992)
Better late than never: information retrieval from black holes.
Samuel L. Braunstein;Stefano Pirandola;Karol Życzkowski.
Physical Review Letters (2013)
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