Information Processing in NMR: theory and experiment
October 29, 2015
A new issue on Quantum information processing (QIP) in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) was published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. This was compiled and edited by Ivan S. Oliveira and Roberto M. Serra. This special issue gathers the state-of-art of NMR-QIP. It covers new experimental techniques, which combine NMR and EPR, perspectives for NMR-QIP in Solid-State and implementation of quantum algorithms and protocols in liquid-state samples, including quantum simulation through NMR-QIP. On the theoretical side, particularly important are the recent developments on the QIP in the presence of noise decoherence, the role of entanglement for quantum protocols and its characterization through concurrence and entanglement witnesses, entanglement in mixed states, and quantum correlations through the quantum discord. Have a look at this special issue on this link.