Xiaoguang Wang mainly investigates Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Qubit, Squashed entanglement and W state. His studies in Coherent states, Quantum information, Heisenberg model, Quantum computer and Quantum decoherence are all subfields of Quantum mechanics research. His Coherent states research integrates issues from Quantum electrodynamics and Optics.
His studies in Quantum entanglement integrate themes in fields like Quantum phase transition, Unruh effect and Quantum chaos. His research in Qubit intersects with topics in Density matrix, Probability amplitude, Harmonic oscillator and Concurrence. When carried out as part of a general W state research project, his work on Entanglement witness is frequently linked to work in Markov process, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantum mechanics, Quantum entanglement, Quantum, Coherent states and Squashed entanglement. Qubit, Spin-½, Quantum decoherence, Quantum information and W state are the subjects of his Quantum mechanics studies. His research integrates issues of Condensed matter physics and Heisenberg model in his study of Qubit.
His research investigates the link between Quantum entanglement and topics such as Spin that cross with problems in Spins. The Quantum study combines topics in areas such as Estimation theory and Statistical physics. His Coherent states research also works with subjects such as
Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Quantum state, Statistical physics and Phase are his primary areas of study. His Quantum research includes themes of Estimation theory, Ground state, Metrology and Harmonic. His Quantum mechanics and Quantum entanglement, Spin-½, Squeezed coherent state, Unitary transformation and Quantum computer investigations all form part of his Quantum mechanics research activities.
The study of Quantum entanglement is intertwined with the study of Quantum decoherence in a number of ways. He has researched Quantum state in several fields, including Spins, Quantum metrology, Bloch sphere and Uncertainty principle. His study looks at the relationship between Statistical physics and fields such as Coherent states, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary areas of study are Quantum, Statistical physics, Phase, Coherent states and Quantum metrology. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Field, Ground state, Quantum electrodynamics and Harmonic. His Phase research focuses on Interferometry and how it connects with Quantum decoherence and Photon.
His Coherent states research incorporates elements of Heisenberg limit and Observable. While working on this project, Xiaoguang Wang studies both Level crossing and Quantum mechanics. Xiaoguang Wang is studying Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, which is a component of Quantum mechanics.
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Entanglement in the quantum Heisenberg XY model
Physical Review A (2001)
Quantum spin squeezing
Jian Ma;Xiaoguang Wang;C.P. Sun;Franco Nori.
Physics Reports (2011)
Quantum Fisher information flow and non-Markovian processes of open systems
Xiao-Ming Lu;Xiaoguang Wang;C. P. Sun.
Physical Review A (2010)
Quantum teleportation of entangled coherent states
Physical Review A (2001)
Quantum entanglement and Bell inequalities in Heisenberg spin chains
Xiaoguang Wang;Paolo Zanardi.
Physics Letters A (2002)
Spin squeezing and pairwise entanglement for symmetric multiqubit states
Xiaoguang Wang;Barry C. Sanders.
Physical Review A (2003)
Effects of anisotropy on thermal entanglement
Physics Letters A (2001)
Thermal and ground-state entanglement in Heisenberg XX qubit rings
Physical Review A (2002)
Fisher information under decoherence in Bloch representation
Wei Zhong;Zhe Sun;Jian Ma;Xiaoguang Wang.
Physical Review A (2013)
Optimal measurements to access classical correlations of two-qubit states
Xiao-Ming Lu;Jian Ma;Zhengjun Xi;Zhengjun Xi;Xiaoguang Wang.
Physical Review A (2011)
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