Berthold-Georg ENGLERTDr. rer. nat., University of Tübingen, Germany (1981)
Robust storage of quantum bits
Quantum state estimation, quantum process estimation
Sampling from the quantum state space
Ultracold gases of bosonic or fermionic atoms
Energy functionals for interacting fermions
Random sample of 50'000 quantum states in accordance with a certain given distribution. [From NJP 17, 043018 (2015).]
M.-I. Trappe, Y. L. Len, H. K. Ng, C. A. Müller, and B.-G. Englert, “Leading gradient correction to the kinetic energy for two-dimensional fermion gases”, Phys. Rev. A 93, 042510 (2016).
R. Han, H. K. Ng, and B.-G. Englert, “Implementing a neutral-atom controlled-phase gate with a single Rydberg pulse”, EPL 113, 40001 (2016).
J. Shang, Y.-L. Seah, H. K. Ng, D. J. Nott, and B.-G. Englert, “Monte Carlo sampling from the quantum state I & II”, New J. Phys. 17, 043017 & 043018 (2015).
B.-G. Englert, “On Quantum Theory”, Eur. Phys. J. D 67, 238 (2013).
J. Shang, H. K. Ng, A. Sehrawat, X. Li, and B.-G. Englert, “Optimal error regions for quantum state estimation”, New J. Phys. 15, 123026 (2013).
R. Han, N. Lörch, J. Suzuki, and B.-G. Englert, “Long-lived qubit from three spin-1/2 atoms”, Phys. Rev. A 84, 012322 (2011).
T. Durt, B.-G. Englert, I. Bengtsson, and K. Życzkowski, “On mutually unbiased bases”, Int. J. Quantum Inf. 8, 535 (2010).