His primary areas of investigation include Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Quantum channel, Classical mechanics and Open quantum system. In his work, Signature, Laser and Quantum is strongly intertwined with Radiation pressure, which is a subfield of Quantum entanglement. His research in Quantum channel intersects with topics in Quantum cryptography, Amplitude damping channel, Quantum capacity and Topology.
He combines subjects such as Quantum dynamics, Coherence and Nonlinear system with his study of Classical mechanics. Stefano Mancini has researched Open quantum system in several fields, including Quantum network, Quantum algorithm and Quantum process. His research integrates issues of Quantum information science and Quantum tomography in his study of Quantum process.
Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Quantum entanglement, Statistical physics and Quantum information are his primary areas of study. His work in Qubit, Quantum channel, Quantum state, Quantum decoherence and Coherent states is related to Quantum mechanics. His research investigates the connection with Quantum channel and areas like Quantum capacity which intersect with concerns in Amplitude damping channel and Quantum error correction.
His studies deal with areas such as Noise, Theoretical physics and Coherence, Optics as well as Quantum. His Quantum entanglement study incorporates themes from Laser, Classical mechanics and Radiation pressure. Stefano Mancini studied Quantum information and Open quantum system that intersect with Quantum process.
Stefano Mancini mainly focuses on Quantum, Quantum entanglement, Qubit, Quantum channel and Unitary state. His Quantum research includes themes of Statistical physics and Topology. The Quantum entanglement study combines topics in areas such as Theoretical physics, Entropy, Spacetime, Dissipative system and Bipartite graph.
Classical mechanics is closely connected to Order in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Dissipative system. His Quantum channel research also covers Quantum mechanics and Quantum information studies. Specifically, his work in Quantum mechanics is concerned with the study of Amplitude damping channel.
His primary scientific interests are in Quantum entanglement, Qubit, Quantum channel, Quantum and Statistical physics. Stefano Mancini has researched Quantum entanglement in several fields, including Action, Theoretical physics, Classical mechanics, Feedback control and Dissipation. The various areas that Stefano Mancini examines in his Quantum channel study include Generalization, State, Topology and Quantum capacity.
His work in the fields of Quantum, such as Quantum state, overlaps with other areas such as Unitary state. His Statistical physics research includes themes of Phase space, Metric, Quantum key distribution, Gaussian and Quantum relative entropy. The subject of his Gaussian research is within the realm of Quantum mechanics.
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Entangling macroscopic oscillators exploiting radiation pressure
Stefano Mancini;Stefano Mancini;Vittorio Giovannetti;David Vitali;Paolo Tombesi.
Physical Review Letters (2002)
Symplectic tomography as classical approach to quantum systems
S. Mancini;V.I. Man'ko;P. Tombesi.
Physics Letters A (1996)
Distributed quantum computation via optical fibers.
Alessio Serafini;Stefano Mancini;Sougato Bose.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
Secure Deterministic Communication without Entanglement
Marco Lucamarini;Stefano Mancini.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Quantum noise reduction by radiation pressure.
Stefano Mancini;Paolo Tombesi;Paolo Tombesi.
Physical Review A (1994)
Ponderomotive control of quantum macroscopic coherence
S. Mancini;V. I. Man'ko;P. Tombesi.
Physical Review A (1997)
Optomechanical Cooling of a Macroscopic Oscillator by Homodyne Feedback
Stefano Mancini;David Vitali;Paolo Tombesi.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
Classical-like description of quantum dynamics by means of symplectic tomography
Stefano Mancini;Vladimir I. Man'ko;Paolo Tombest.
Foundations of Physics (1997)
Wigner function and probability distribution for shifted and squeezed quadratures
Stefano Mancini;V. I. Man'Ko;Paolo Tombesi.
Quantum and Semiclassical Optics: Journal of The European Optical Society Part B (1995)
Classical-Like Description of Quantum Dynamics by Means of Symplectic Tomography
Stefano Mancini;Vladimir I. Man'ko;Paolo Tombesi.
arXiv: Quantum Physics (1996)
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