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Engineering and Technology
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43
Citations
7,410
312
World Ranking
2179
National Ranking
227

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Quantum entanglement

His primary areas of investigation include Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Concurrence, Quantum state and Statistical physics. His Quantum discord, Quantum teleportation and Qubit study, which is part of a larger body of work in Quantum mechanics, is frequently linked to Coherence, bridging the gap between disciplines. Quantum entanglement is a subfield of Quantum that Shao-Ming Fei explores.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quantum nonlocality, Upper and lower bounds, Quantum information science and Product. His Statistical physics research incorporates themes from Entropic uncertainty and Observable. The Multipartite study combines topics in areas such as Quantum computer and Pure mathematics.

- Concurrence of arbitrary dimensional bipartite quantum states. (176 citations)
- Concurrence of arbitrary dimensional bipartite quantum states. (176 citations)
- Quantum Discord and Geometry for a Class of Two-qubit States (161 citations)

Shao-Ming Fei mainly focuses on Quantum entanglement, Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Quantum state and Multipartite. His Quantum entanglement research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Upper and lower bounds and Theoretical physics. Shao-Ming Fei has researched Quantum in several fields, including Statistical physics, Coherence and Mathematical physics.

His studies link State with Quantum mechanics. Shao-Ming Fei usually deals with Quantum state and limits it to topics linked to Pure mathematics and Equivalence and If and only if. The study incorporates disciplines such as Discrete mathematics and Combinatorics in addition to Multipartite.

- Quantum entanglement (73.31%)
- Quantum (63.45%)
- Quantum mechanics (56.70%)

- Quantum (63.45%)
- Quantum entanglement (73.31%)
- Quantum computer (17.36%)

Shao-Ming Fei mainly investigates Quantum, Quantum entanglement, Quantum computer, Multipartite and Statistical physics. His Quantum study is concerned with Quantum mechanics in general. Many of his research projects under Quantum entanglement are closely connected to Hamming weight with Hamming weight, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.

His Quantum computer study combines topics in areas such as Discrete mathematics, Alpha, Combinatorics and Topology. His Multipartite research focuses on subjects like Pure mathematics, which are linked to Superadditivity and Tangle. His Statistical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Measure and Quantum information.

- Complementary quantum correlations among multipartite systems (4 citations)
- Complementary quantum correlations among multipartite systems (4 citations)
- Detecting EPR steering via two classes of local measurements (3 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Algebra
- Mathematical analysis

Shao-Ming Fei focuses on Quantum computer, Quantum, Quantum entanglement, Multipartite and Statistical physics. Shao-Ming Fei studied Quantum computer and Quantum information processing that intersect with Entropy and Quantum fisher information. Shao-Ming Fei works mostly in the field of Quantum, limiting it down to concerns involving Upper and lower bounds and, occasionally, Multipartite entanglement, Partition and Combinatorics.

Quantum entanglement is a subfield of Quantum mechanics that Shao-Ming Fei tackles. His Multipartite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum state and Discrete mathematics. His Statistical physics research includes themes of Measure, Norm and Invariant.

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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)**

269 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)**

208 Citations

A note on invariants and entanglements

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

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

196 Citations

Entanglement of Formation of Bipartite Quantum States

Kai Chen;Sergio Albeverio;Shao-Ming Fei.

Physical Review Letters **(2005)**

157 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)**

143 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)**

140 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)**

115 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

Two-copy Quantum Teleportation

Quan Quan;Quan Quan;Ming-Jing Zhao;Shao-Ming Fei;Shao-Ming Fei;Heng Fan;Heng Fan.

Scientific Reports **(2018)**

102 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)**

95 Citations

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