Employing Non-Markovian effects to improve the performance of a quantum Otto refrigerator, arXiv:2002.02039
In and out of equilibrium quantum metrology with mean-field quantum criticality, arXiv:2001.03189
Work-distribution quantumness and irreversibility when crossing a quantum phase transition in finite time, arXiv:1908.06488
Enhancing quantum transport efficiency by tuning non-Markovian dephasing, arXiv:1905.05784
Coherence effects in the performance of the quantum Otto heat engine, arXiv:1812.08728
Pulse engineering for population control under dephasing and dissipation, arXiv:1808.07544
Investigating nonclassicality in nonlinear electronic spectroscopy, arXiv:1808.04427
Inducing non-trivial qubit coherence through a controlled dispersive environment, arXiv:1807.11502
Work-induced constrained quantum dynamics, arXiv:1807.0437
Experimental characterization of a spin quantum heat engine, arXiv:1803.06021
Verifying Detailed Fluctuation Relations for Discrete Feedback Controlled Quantum Dynamics, arXiv:1802.07703
Role of quantum coherence in the thermodynamics of energy transfer, arXiv:1802.06758
Reversing the direction of heat flow using quantum correlations, arXiv:1711.03323
DFT-inspired methods for quantum thermodynamics, arXiv:1703.02460
Transmission losses in optical qubits for controlled teleportation, arXiv:1701.06833
Energy transport in the presence of entanglement, arXiv:1701.04135
Coupled modes locally interacting with qubits: critical assessment of the rotating wave approximation, arXiv:1701.01104
Experimental rectification of entropy production by a Maxwell's Demon in a quantum system, arXiv:1605.08821
Performance of dynamical decoupling in bosonic environments and under pulse-timing fluctuations, arXiv:1606.08776
Transport of correlations in a harmonic chain, arXiv:1605.02733
Non-equilibrium properties of trapped ions under sudden application of a laser, arXiv:1604.05732
Measurement of irreversible entropy production in mesoscopic quantum systems out of equilibrium, arXiv:1602.06958
Coupled Harmonic Systems as Quantum Buses in Thermal Environments, arXiv:1601.07528
Quantum thermodynamics and work fluctuations with applications to magnetic resonance, arXiv:1601.01833
Practical security analysis of two-way quantum key distribution protocols based on non-orthogonal states, arXiv:1507.08930
Irreversibility and the arrow of time in a quenched quantum system, arXiv:1502.06704
The Quantum Information Science and Technology research group is part of the Federal University of ABC (UFABC), Santo André, São Paulo, Brazil. We are a very enthusiastic research group working in São Paulo metropolitan area.
We are interested in most aspects of quantum information science including theoretical and experimental investigations. For a good perspective of our interest please visit our research page. If you are interested in our recent contributions in the field, visit the publication page. Our mission is the exploration of new paths in the great adventure of scientific and technological progress in quantum information.
We are part of the joint initiative “Brazilian National Institute of Science and Technology for Quantum Information (INCT-IQ)”.
The cities in the university name:
A = Santo André; B = São Bernardo do Campo; C = São Caetano
UFABC is a brand new Brazilian public university. Located in the industrial belt of São Paulo – Brazil’s largest city – in an area known as ABC. Founded in 2006, the UFABC already established a reputation for high-level interdisciplinary research and teaching, being top ranked in several aspects.
Interdisciplinarity – is a key concept at UFABC – has been discussed since the second half of the last century, when a strong need for redeeming the integrity of knowledge led to this approach, which consists of combining efforts from a variety of disciplines to deal with some scientific or technological problem.
Research and innovation are also another pillars of the university. The UFABC is considered, in several ranks, the most international university in Brazil. It is also the Brazilian university with bigger publication impact with roughly a quarter of the publications in the 10% more cited publications worldwide, according to the SIR World Report, from the Scimagoir rank.
See an article plubished in The Guardian (UK) about UFABC.