Relativistic Quantum Information

Edited by
October 2020
140 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03943-260-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03943-261-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Relativistic Quantum Information that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Computer Science & Mathematics
Physical Sciences
Relativistic quantum information is one of the most exciting fields of physics today. Not only does it open possibilities for new forms of computing but it also calls into question the peaceful coexistence between classical space–time and quantum physics with scenarios that reopen the relationships between locality and nonlocality in the foundational structure of physics. Curated by two international experts Ignazio Licata and Fabrizio Tamburini, this volume hosts a selection of particularly significant essays for the new territories, and is dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Prof. Ignazio Licata.
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© 2020 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
spacetime entanglement entropy; Unruh effect; gravitational force; thermodynamics; holographic principle; simultaneous; classical communication; quantum key distribution; plug-and-play configuration; optical amplifier; relativistic quantum information; quantum cryptography; summoning; no-cloning; no-signalling; bit commitment; quantum electrodynamics; relativistic quantum information; analogue gravity; Bose-Einstein condensation; information loss; cosmological particle creation; wormholes; entanglement; ER = EPR; relativistic quantum information; Planck scales; colliding black holes; quantum hair; bohr-likr black holes; n/a

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