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dc.contributor.editorMan’ko, Margarita
dc.contributor.editorSánchez-Soto, Luis L.
dc.description.abstractThe first quantum revolution started in the early 20th century and gave us new rules that govern physical reality. Accordingly, many devices that changed dramatically our lifestyle, such as transistors, medical scanners and lasers, appeared in the market. This was the origin of quantum technology, which allows us to organize and control the components of a complex system governed by the laws of quantum physics. This is in sharp contrast to conventional technology, which can only be understood within the framework of classical mechanics. We are now in the middle of a second quantum revolution. Although quantum mechanics is nowadays a mature discipline, quantum engineering as a technology is now emerging in its own right. We are about to manipulate and sense individual particles, measuring and exploiting their quantum properties. This is bringing major technical advances in many different areas, including computing, sensors, simulations, cryptography and telecommunications. The present collection of selected papers is a clear demonstration of the tremendous vitality of the field. The issue is composed of contributions from world leading researchers in quantum optics and quantum information, and presents viewpoints, both theoretical and experimental, on a variety of modern problems.
dc.subject.classificationbic Book Industry Communication::G Reference, information & interdisciplinary subjects::GP Research & information: general
dc.subject.otherentangled states
dc.subject.othertwo atoms
dc.subject.othercavity QED setup
dc.subject.otherinterference phenomenon
dc.subject.othersuperposition of quantum states
dc.subject.otherquantum tomograms
dc.subject.otherquantum optics
dc.subject.otherquantum resource theories
dc.subject.otherphoton-number-resolving detectors
dc.subject.othermultiport devices
dc.subject.otherFock states
dc.subject.otherquantum tomography
dc.subject.otherphoton losses
dc.subject.otherrelativistic dynamics
dc.subject.otherno-interaction theorem
dc.subject.otherworld line condition
dc.subject.othercircular gauge
dc.subject.otherLandau gauge
dc.subject.otherarbitrary linear gauge
dc.subject.otherstepwise variation
dc.subject.othercenter-of-orbit coordinates
dc.subject.otherrelative coordinates
dc.subject.otherelliptic and hyperbolic solenoids
dc.subject.otherangular momentum
dc.subject.othermagnetic moment
dc.subject.othermutually unbiased bases
dc.subject.othergroup representations
dc.subject.otherquantum information
dc.subject.otherE = mc2 from Heisenberg’s uncertainty relations
dc.subject.otherone symmetry for quantum mechanics and special relativity
dc.subject.othercoherent states
dc.subject.otherharmonic oscillator
dc.subject.otherSU(2) coherent states
dc.subject.other2D coherent states
dc.subject.otherresolution of the identity
dc.subject.otheruncertainty principle
dc.subject.otherisotropic harmonic oscillator
dc.subject.otheranisotropic harmonic oscillator
dc.subject.othernon-hermitian operators
dc.subject.otherreal spectrum
dc.subject.othernonlinear algebras
dc.subject.othernonclassical states
dc.subject.otherbound entanglement
dc.subject.otherentanglement witness
dc.subject.otherHilbert–Schmidt measure
dc.subject.otheroptimization algorithms
dc.subject.otherprobability representation
dc.subject.otherquantum suprematism
dc.titleSelected Papers from the 16th International Conference on Squeezed States and Uncertainty Relations (ICSSUR 2019)
oapen.pages200, Switzerland

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