2024 Peer-Reviewed

  1. Pharnam Bakhshinezhad, Beniamin R. Jablonski, Felix C. Binder, and Nicolai Friis, Trade-offs between precision and fluctuations in charging finite-dimensional quantum batteries, Phys. Rev. E 109, 014131, arXiv:2303.16676 [quant-ph]
  2. Lucas B. Vieira, Simon Milz, Giuseppe Vitagliano and Costantino Budroni, Witnessing environment dimension through temporal correlations, Quantum 8, 1224 (2024), arXiv:2104.05663 [quant-ph]

2024 Preprint

  1. Florian Meier, Marcus Huber, Paul Erker and Jake Xuereb, Autonomous Quantum Processing Unit: What does it take to construct a self-contained model for quantum computation? arXiv:2402.00111 [quant-ph] (2024)
  2. Pharnam Bakhshinezhad, Mohammad Mehboudi, Carles Roch i Carceller, and Armin Tavakoli, Scalable entanglement certification via quantum communication, arXiv:2401.00796 [quant-ph] (2024)

2023 Peer-Reviewed

  1. Florian Meier, Emanuel Schwarzhans, Paul Erker, and Marcus Huber, Fundamental accuracy-resolution trade-off for timekeeping devices, Phys. Rev. Lett. 131, 220201 (2023), arXiv:2301.05173 [quant-ph]
  2. Jake Xuereb, Paul Erker, Florian Meier, Mark T. Mitchison, and Marcus Huber, The Impact of Imperfect Timekeeping on Quantum Control, Phys. Rev. Lett. 131, 160204 (2023), arXiv:2301.10767 [quant-ph]
  3. Xiaoqin Gao, Paul Appel, Nicolai Friis, Martin Ringbauer, and Marcus Huber, On the role of entanglement in qudit-based circuit compression, Quantum 7, 1141 (2023), arXiv:2209.14584 [quant-ph]
  4. Veronika Baumann, Classical information and collapse in Wigner's friend setups, Entropy 2023, 25(10), 1420 (2024)
  5. Philip Taranto and Simon Milz, Hidden Quantum Memory: Is Memory There When Somebody Looks?, Quantum 7, 991 (2023), arXiv:2204.08298 [quant-ph]
  6. Giuseppe Vitagliano and Costantino Budroni, Leggett-Garg Macrorealism and temporal correlations, Phys. Rev. A 107, 040101 (2023), arXiv:2212.11616 [quant-ph]
  7. Shuheng Liu, Qiongyi He, Marcus Huber, Otfried Gühne and Giuseppe Vitagliano, Characterizing entanglement dimensionality from randomized measurements, PRX Quantum 4, 020324 (2023), arXiv:2211.09614 [quant-ph]
  8. Lukas Bulla, Matej Pivoluska, Kristian Hjorth, Oskar Kohout, Jan Lang, Sebastian Ecker, Sebastian Philipp Neumann, Julius Bittermann, Robert Kindler, Marcus Huber, Martin Bohmann, and Rupert Ursin, Non-local temporal interferometry for highly resilient free-space quantum communication, Phys. Rev. X 13, 021001 (2023), arXiv:2204.07536 [quant-ph]
  9. Jan Sperling and Elizabeth Agudelo, Entanglement of particles versus entanglement of fields: independent quantum resources, Phys. Rev. A 107, 042420 (2023), arXiv:2204.06245 [quant-ph]
  10. Giuseppe Vitagliano, Matteo Fadel, Iagoba Apellaniz, Matthias Kleinmann, Bernd Lücke, Carsten Klempt, and Geza Toth, Number-phase uncertainty relations and bipartite entanglement detection in spin ensembles, Quantum 7, 914 (2023), arXiv:2104.05663 [quant-ph]
  11. Philip Taranto, Faraj Bakhshinezhad, Andreas Bluhm, Ralph Silva, Nicolai Friis, Maximilian P. E. Lock, Giuseppe Vitagliano, Felix C. Binder, Tiago Debarba, Emanuel Schwarzhans, Fabien Clivaz, and Marcus Huber, Landauer vs. Nernst: What is the True Cost of Cooling a Quantum System? PRX Quantum 4, 010332 (2023), arXiv:2106.05151 [quant-ph]

2023 Other

  1. Reinhold A. Bertlmann and Nicolai Friis, Modern Quantum Theory - From Quantum Mechanics to Entanglement and Quantum Information, Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., 2023, ISBN: 9780199683338

2023 Preprint

  1. Klára Baksová, Olga Leskovjanová, Ladislav Mišta Jr., Elizabeth Agudelo, and Nicolai Friis, Multi-copy activation of genuine multipartite entanglement in continuous-variable systems, arXiv:2312.16570  [quant-ph] (2023)
  2. Jake Xuereb, Tiago Debarba, Marcus Huber, and Paul Erker, Quantum Coding with Finite Thermodynamic Resources, arXiv:2311.14561 [quant-ph] (2023)
  3. Y. Minoguchi, J. Huber, L. Garbe, A. Gambassi, P. Rabl, A Unified Interface Model for Dissipative Transport of Bosons and Fermions, arXiv:2311.10138 [cond-mat] (2023)
  4. Jessica Bavaresco, Patryk Lipka-Bartosik, Pavel Sekatski, Mohammad Mehboudi Designing optimal protocols in Bayesian quantum parameter estimation with higher-order operations, arXiv:2311.01513 [quant-ph] (2023)
  5. Ricard Ravell Rodríguez, Mohammad Mehboudi, Michał Horodecki, and Martí Perarnau-Llobet, Strongly coupled fermionic probe for nonequilibrium thermometry, arXiv:2310.14655 [quant-ph] (2023)
  6. Giovanni Francesco Diotallevi, Björn Annby-Andersson, Peter Samuelsson, Armin Tavakoli, and Pharnam Bakhshinezhad, Steady-state entanglement production in a quantum thermal machine with continuous feedback control, arXiv:2309.07696 [quant-ph] (2023)
  7. Alexandra Bergmayr, Florian Kanitschar, Matej Pivoluska and Marcus Huber, How to harness high-dimensional entanglement, using limited interferometry setups, arXiv:2308.04422 [quant-ph] (2023)
  8. Patryk Lipka-Bartosik, Giovanni Francesco Diotallevi, and Pharnam Bakhshinezhad, Fundamental limits on anomalous energy flows in correlated quantum systems, arXiv:2307.03828 [quant-ph] (2023)
  9. Julia Boeyens, Björn Annby-Andersson, Pharnam Bakhshinezhad, Géraldine Haack, Martí Perarnau-Llobet, Stefan Nimmrichter, Patrick P. Potts, and Mohammad Mehboudi, Probe thermometry with continuous measurements, arXiv:2307.13407 [quant-ph] (2023)
  10. Yanglin Hu, Maximilian P. E. Lock, and Mischa P. Woods, On the feasibility of detecting quantum delocalization effects on gravitational redshift in optical clocks, arXiv:2307.08938 [quant-ph] (2023)
  11. Lucas B. Vieira, Simon Milz, Giuseppe Vitagliano and Costantino Budroni, Witnessing environment dimension through temporal correlations, arXiv:2305.19175 [quant-ph] (2023)
  12. Allan Tosta, Antônio C. Lourenço, Daniel Brod, Fernando Iemini, and Tiago Debarba, Fermonic anyons: entanglement and quantum computation from a resource-theoretic perspective, arXiv:2306.00795 [quant-ph] (2023)
  13. Veronika Baumann, and Caslav Brukner, Observers in superposition and the no-signaling principle, arXiv:2305.15497 (2023)
  14. Florian Meier and Hayata Yamasaki, Energy-consumption advantage of quantum computation, arXiv:2305.11212 [quant-ph] (2023)
  15. Alejandro Pozas-Kerstjens, Antoine Girardin, Tamás Kriváchy, Armin Tavakoli, and Nicolas Gisin, Post-quantum nonlocality in the minimal triangle scenario, arXiv:2305.03745 [quant-ph] (2023)
  16. Julius Arthur Bittermann, Lukas Bulla, Sebastian Ecker, Sebastian Philipp Neumann, Matthias Fink, Martin Bohmann, Nicolai Friis, Marcus Huber, and Rupert Ursin, Photonic entanglement during a zero-g flight, arXiv:2303.13183 [quant-ph] (2023)
  17. Emanuel Schwarzhans, Felix C. Binder, Marcus Huber, and Maximilian P. E. Lock, Quantum measurements and equilibration: the emergence of objective reality via entropy maximisation, arXiv:2302.11253 [quant-ph] (2023)

2022 Preprint

  1. Bo Liu, Matej Pivoluska, Johannes Handsteiner, Dominik Rauch, Marcus Huber, Fabian Steinlechner, Rupert Ursin, and Thomas Scheidl, Fully passive entanglement based quantum key distribution scheme, arXiv:2111.03211 [quant-ph] (2022)
  2. Hayata Yamasaki and Sho Sonoda, Exponential Error Convergence in Data Classification with Optimized Random Features: Acceleration by Quantum Machine Learning, arXiv:2106.09028 [quant-ph] (2021