Daniel Rohrlich.pngAffiliation:
Physics Department
Contact details:
Email: rohrlich (at) bgu.ac.il
Phone: +972(0)54-754727
Office: 004/54
Key words for expertise:
quantum effects, nonlocality, weak values, axioms for quantum mechanics, retrocausality, quantum information, decoherence, path integrals
Vision for participation in the QI center:
I am most interested in quantum information theory as a tool to understanding fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics, and vice versa.
Selected (relevant) publications:
Quantum nonlocality for each pair in an ensemble
Phys. Lett. A162 (1992) 25
Generic quantum nonlocality
Phys. Lett. A166 (1992) 293
Which states violate Bell's inequality maximally?
Phys. Lett. A169 (1992) 411
Quantum nonlocality as an axiom
Found. Phys. 24 (1994) 379
Aharonov-Bohm and Berry phases for a quantum cloud of charge
Quantum noise limits for nonlinear, phase-invariant amplifiers
Jamming nonlocal quantum correlations
Thermodynamics and the measure of entanglement
The joy of entanglement
Exact and asymptotic measures of multipartite pure state entanglement
Thermodynamical analogues in quantum information theory
Quantum Paradoxes: Quantum Theory for the Perplexed
Interference swapping in scattering from a nonlocal quantum target
Controlled dephasing of a quantum dot: from coherent to sequential tunneling
in Quantum Theory: A Two-Time Success Story [Yakir Aharonov Festschrift], eds. D. C. Struppa and J. M. Tollaksen (Milan: Springer), 2013, pp. 205-211.
New J. Phys. 15 (2013) 113015
Phys. Rev. A89 (2014) 053422
Stronger-than-quantum bipartite correlations violate relativistic causality in the classical limit
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