Quantum optics, quantum information and quantum field theory


  • Quantum Teleportation
  • Open hybrid quantum systems
  • Quantum computers and topological systems
  • Entangled quantum spectroscopy
  • Study of the Klein-Gordon equation for different potentials (wells and barriers)

This line of research is related to advanced topics in quantum mechanics. That is, it studies the causality of noise in different quantum teleportation protocols. In the case of hybrid quantum states, we formulate new characterization measures of correlations between subsystems in open quantum systems. Following the rapid development in the area of ​​quantum computing, the quantum perceptron is being implemented in the use of the IBM quantum computer. Furthermore, we use the quantum annealing approach to solve a wide variety of NP problems. Since quantum computers allow us to simulate different quantum systems, universal quantum simulators of Klein-Gordon and Dirac particles at arbitrary potentials are being developed using the quantum circuit model. This may be related to the investigation of analytical models of the time-independent Klein-Gordon equation 16 for different potentials, both for bound states and dispersion solutions. The transparency induced by two entangled photons has allowed the detection of intermediate levels of electronic transition that occur during the absorption of two photons, which is being studied taking into account the spatial entanglement between vortex beams.