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Mathematics
D-index
32
Citations
5,059
362
World Ranking
2383
National Ranking
113

Engineering and Technology
D-index
37
Citations
5,458
336
World Ranking
4558
National Ranking
692

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum entanglement
- Quantum state

Shao-Ming Fei performs integrative Quantum mechanics and Observable research in his work. His Quantum study often links to related topics such as Multipartite. Shao-Ming Fei incorporates Quantum entanglement and Qubit in his studies. Shao-Ming Fei performs integrative study on Qubit and Quantum entanglement in his works. Shao-Ming Fei applies his multidisciplinary studies on Statistical physics and Theoretical physics in his research. While working in this field, he studies both Theoretical physics and Statistical physics. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Upper and lower bounds and Mathematical analysis. His Upper and lower bounds study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Mathematical analysis. Graph is often connected to Theoretical computer science in his work.

- Concurrence of Arbitrary Dimensional Bipartite Quantum States (227 citations)
- Quantum discord and geometry for a class of two-qubit states (159 citations)
- A note on invariants and entanglements (154 citations)

Shao-Ming Fei performs integrative study on Quantum mechanics and Mathematical physics. His study ties his expertise on Qubit together with the subject of Quantum. In his papers, Shao-Ming Fei integrates diverse fields, such as Qubit and Quantum entanglement. He integrates several fields in his works, including Quantum entanglement and Quantum state. His Quantum state study frequently links to related topics such as Quantum. Shao-Ming Fei connects Statistical physics with Theoretical physics in his research. Shao-Ming Fei connects Theoretical physics with Statistical physics in his study. His Mathematical analysis study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Upper and lower bounds. His research on Upper and lower bounds often connects related topics like Mathematical analysis.

- Quantum mechanics (94.93%)
- Quantum (88.94%)
- Quantum entanglement (58.99%)

- Quantum (100.00%)
- Quantum mechanics (100.00%)
- Quantum entanglement (61.54%)

The Squashed entanglement portion of his research involves studies in Multipartite entanglement and Entanglement witness. He connects Entanglement witness with Squashed entanglement in his study. In most of his Quantum studies, his work intersects topics such as Quantum information. Shao-Ming Fei combines Quantum mechanics and Observable in his research. In his study, Shao-Ming Fei carries out multidisciplinary Observable and Quantum mechanics research. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Multipartite and Quantum entanglement. His study deals with a combination of Statistical physics and Theoretical physics. While working in this field, he studies both Theoretical physics and Statistical physics. Shao-Ming Fei merges many fields, such as Qubit and Quantum entanglement, in his writings.

- Sharing quantum nonlocality and genuine nonlocality with independent observables (24 citations)
- A generalized multipath delayed-choice experiment on a large-scale quantum nanophotonic chip (14 citations)
- Impossibility of masking a set of quantum states of nonzero measure (14 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum entanglement
- Quantum state

His research in Prime (order theory) tackles topics such as Combinatorics which are related to areas like Topology (electrical circuits). His Topology (electrical circuits) study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Combinatorics. He works mostly in the field of Twist, limiting it down to topics relating to Geometry and, in certain cases, Euclidean geometry. He combines Euclidean geometry and Geometry in his studies. Quantum teleportation and Teleportation are inherently bound to his Quantum channel studies. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Quantum teleportation and Quantum channel. Much of his study explores Quantum relationship to Teleportation. His research brings together the fields of Alice and Bob and Quantum mechanics. His study in Quantum extends to Alice and Bob with its themes.

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Concurrence of arbitrary dimensional bipartite quantum states.

Kai Chen;Sergio Albeverio;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei.

Physical Review Letters **(2005)**

289 Citations

Quantum Discord and Geometry for a Class of Two-qubit States

Bo Li;Bo Li;Zhi-Xi Wang;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei.

Physical Review A **(2011)**

221 Citations

A note on invariants and entanglements

Sergio Albeverio;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei.

Journal of Optics B-quantum and Semiclassical Optics **(2001)**

201 Citations

Entanglement of Formation of Bipartite Quantum States

Kai Chen;Sergio Albeverio;Shao-Ming Fei.

Physical Review Letters **(2005)**

165 Citations

Optimal teleportation based on bell measurements

Sergio Albeverio;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei;Wen-Li Yang;Wen-Li Yang.

Physical Review A **(2002)**

154 Citations

Point Interactions: PT -Hermiticity and Reality of the Spectrum

Sergio Albeverio;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei;Pavel Kurasov.

Letters in Mathematical Physics **(2002)**

143 Citations

Maximum Relative Entropy of Coherence: An Operational Coherence Measure.

Kaifeng Bu;Uttam Singh;Uttam Singh;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei;Arun Kumar Pati.

Physical Review Letters **(2017)**

139 Citations

Operational one-to-one mapping between coherence and entanglement measures

Huangjun Zhu;Zhihao Ma;Zhu Cao;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei.

Physical Review A **(2017)**

125 Citations

Evolution equation of entanglement for bipartite systems

Zong-Guo Li;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei;Z. D. Wang;W. M. Liu.

Physical Review A **(2009)**

111 Citations

Entanglement Monogamy Relations of Qubit Systems

Xue-Na Zhu;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei.

Physical Review A **(2014)**

110 Citations

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