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- Stephen M. Barnett

Engineering and Technology

UK

2022

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Engineering and Technology
D-index
76
Citations
22,736
301
World Ranking
171
National Ranking
10

Physics
D-index
84
Citations
29,248
394
World Ranking
1905
National Ranking
178

2022 - Research.com Engineering and Technology in United Kingdom Leader Award

2006 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom

1996 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

- Quantum mechanics
- Photon
- Optics

Stephen M. Barnett spends much of his time researching Quantum mechanics, Orbital angular momentum of light, Total angular momentum quantum number, Angular momentum coupling and Angular momentum of light. His Quantum mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Ladder operator and Displacement operator. His Orbital angular momentum of light study is related to the wider topic of Angular momentum.

His study in Angular momentum is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum electrodynamics and Uncertainty principle. Angular momentum coupling is a subfield of Classical mechanics that Stephen M. Barnett studies. His study in Optics extends to Angular momentum of light with its themes.

- Free-space information transfer using light beams carrying orbital angular momentum (1659 citations)
- Measuring the orbital angular momentum of a single photon. (767 citations)
- Methods in Theoretical Quantum Optics (641 citations)

His primary areas of study are Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Angular momentum, Optics and Quantum optics. Quantum mechanics is often connected to Quantum electrodynamics in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Theoretical physics and Statistical physics in addition to Quantum.

His study involves Orbital angular momentum of light and Total angular momentum quantum number, a branch of Angular momentum. Orbital angular momentum of light is a subfield of Classical mechanics that Stephen M. Barnett investigates. Stephen M. Barnett has included themes like Electromagnetic field, Squeezed coherent state, Open quantum system, Quantum technology and Quantization in his Quantum optics study.

- Quantum mechanics (44.24%)
- Quantum (17.60%)
- Angular momentum (15.13%)

- Quantum mechanics (44.24%)
- Quantum (17.60%)
- Classical mechanics (12.66%)

Stephen M. Barnett focuses on Quantum mechanics, Quantum, Classical mechanics, Photon and Optics. His work carried out in the field of Quantum brings together such families of science as Statistical physics, Coherence and Fidelity. His study in Classical mechanics focuses on Orbital angular momentum of light in particular.

His research integrates issues of Spin and Orbital motion in his study of Orbital angular momentum of light. Stephen M. Barnett interconnects Symmetry, Computational physics, State, Quantum electrodynamics and Algorithm in the investigation of issues within Photon. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Angular momentum, Total angular momentum quantum number and Angular momentum of light.

- Adaptive foveated single-pixel imaging with dynamic supersampling. (97 citations)
- Spatially structured photons that travel in free space slower than the speed of light (95 citations)
- On the natures of the spin and orbital parts of optical angular momentum (75 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Photon
- Optics

Stephen M. Barnett mainly focuses on Classical mechanics, Photon, Optics, Quantum electrodynamics and Angular momentum. His studies deal with areas such as Space, Theoretical physics and Paraxial approximation as well as Classical mechanics. His work in Optics tackles topics such as Helicity which are related to areas like Orbital angular momentum multiplexing, Constant and Operator.

His Quantum electrodynamics study combines topics in areas such as Polariton, Dipole, Continuity equation and Electromagnetic field. His study explores the link between Angular momentum and topics such as Spin that cross with problems in Field. His Angular momentum of light study contributes to a more complete understanding of Quantum mechanics.

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Free-space information transfer using light beams carrying orbital angular momentum

Graham Gibson;Johannes Courtial;Miles J. Padgett;Mikhail Vasnetsov.

Optics Express **(2004)**

2177 Citations

Phase properties of the quantized single-mode electromagnetic field.

D. T. Pegg;S. M. Barnett.

Physical Review A **(1989)**

1044 Citations

Measuring the orbital angular momentum of a single photon.

Jonathan Leach;Miles J. Padgett;Stephen M. Barnett;Sonja Franke-Arnold.

Physical Review Letters **(2002)**

1015 Citations

Optical Angular Momentum

L. Allen;Stephen M. Barnett;Miles J. Padgett.

**(2003)**

1011 Citations

Methods in Theoretical Quantum Optics

Stephen M. Barnett;Paul M. Radmore.

**(1997)**

904 Citations

Unitary Phase Operator in Quantum Mechanics

D. T. Pegg;S. M. Barnett.

EPL **(1988)**

753 Citations

On the Hermitian Optical Phase Operator

S.M. Barnett;D.T. Pegg.

Journal of Modern Optics **(1989)**

645 Citations

Quantization of the electromagnetic field in dielectrics.

Bruno Huttner;Stephen M. Barnett.

Physical Review A **(1992)**

614 Citations

Detection of a Spinning Object Using Light’s Orbital Angular Momentum

Martin P. J. Lavery;Fiona C. Speirits;Stephen M. Barnett;Miles J. Padgett.

Science **(2013)**

456 Citations

Quantum correlations in optical angle-orbital angular momentum variables

Jonathan Leach;Barry Jack;Jacqui Romero;Anand K. Jha.

Science **(2010)**

447 Citations

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