Dagomir KASZLIKOWSKIPhD, University of Gdansk, Poland (2000)
Office : S15-03-06 | Tel : 6516 6758
Email : email@example.com
It has been recently shown that large systems in thermal equlibrium can be in entangled states even for large temperatures. I am interested in how entanglement, which is one of the most fundemental properties of quantum objects, can affect thermodynamic properties of such systems (magnetic susceptibility, heat capacity etc.).
I currently investigate a connection between entanglement and phase transitions (Bose-Einstein condensation, quantum phase transitions etc.).
I am also interested how to detect and quantify entanglement in quantum systems where the effects of Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac statistics cannot be neglected (entanglement in Fock space).
Quantum information approach to Bose-Einstein condensation of composite bosons, S-Y. Lee, J. Thompson, R. Sadegh et. al., New Journal of Physics 17, 113015 (2015).
Quantum phase estimation of a multi-headed cat state, S-Y Lee, C-W Nha; et. al., Journal of the Optical Society if America B-Optical Physics 6, 1186 (2015).
Entropic Test of Multipartite Nonlocality and State-Independent Contextuality, R. Sadegh, P. Kurzynski, D. Kaszlikowski, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 200401 (2015).
Information-theoretic Bell inequalities based on Tsallis entropy, M. Wajs, P. Kurzynski, D. Kaszlikowski, Phys. Rev. A 91, 012114 (2015).
Comment on "Contextuality in Bosonic Bunching" Reply, P. Kurzynski, A. Soeda, J. Thompson, D. Kaszlikowski, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 138902 (2014).
Unified approach to contextuality, nonlocality, and temporal correlations, M. Mankiewicz, P. Kurzynski, J. Thompson, S-Y. Lee, A. Soeda, D. Kaszlikowski, Phys. Rev. A 89, 042109 (2014).