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Graduated physics major and math minor from Drexel University. I want to study entanglement and how to use it to do quantum teleportation on a larger scale.


Mar
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Mar
7
comment Quantum Teleportation Fidelity
Okay, if I understand you now, you've shown an example where the two particles in the example are different, so only information is exchanged, and no physical state is transferred. It illuminates how it doesn't matter at all about physical states, all the matters here is the information transfer. I am very interested in this field of research and I am looking to apply to IQC for an internship and possibly for grad school. Could I get your email? I wish to discuss with you more about quantum information.
Mar
7
comment Quantum Teleportation Fidelity
I think I understand better now. I am fixated on the physical system itself and not the information it represents. We can still have imperfect physical state transfers, yet retain the information aspect. Therefore, it is still useful? Since the physical system is not perfectly transferred from Alice to Bob, then it would mean that the system that's "teleported" isn't really the same physical state, but a physical state that retains the important information you'd wish to transfer in Bob's hands.
Mar
7
accepted Quantum Teleportation Fidelity
Feb
27
asked Quantum Teleportation Fidelity
Feb
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
3
asked Is there a mathematical relationship here or am I looking for relations when there are none?
Jan
3
comment Does Kepler's law only apply to planets?
Since all you need is an inverse square central attractive potential between two bodies, then it applies to any two oppositely charged particles as well, because the Coulomb Force is essentially the same form as the Gravitational Force.
Jan
3
asked What methods exist for us to measure the position and momentum of atoms that make up molecules?
Jan
3
comment Is the spin state of an atom related to the polarization of the photon it spontaneously emits?
Here is a link to the actual paper: I can't find a free version though. :( prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v85/i26/p5639_1
Jan
3
comment Why does the shadow of the hairs on my leg seemingly only appear when the leg is moving slowly?
What your referring to probably has to do with reference frames. Although you are not moving, the tree is moving due to the wind being blown. Therefore, there are moments when sunlight directly hits you, and moments when it's indirect, because the tree is blocking the sunlight. When you don't have a bright enough light, you won't be able to make out small thin shadows. Kinds like when your sitting inside a train adjacent to another train. When your train moves vs. the other train makes it look as though the scenario is the same. Something is moving relative to another, in your case, the tree
Jan
2
answered Why does the shadow of the hairs on my leg seemingly only appear when the leg is moving slowly?
Jan
2
answered Total Energy of the Universe?
Jan
2
comment How can the surface of a liquid exist if there are no attracting molecules above it?
The upwards force is provided by Newton's 3rd Law. "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction..."
Jan
2
answered How can the surface of a liquid exist if there are no attracting molecules above it?
Jan
2
answered Why don't Microwave ovens use more energetic EM radiation?
Jan
2
asked Is the spin state of an atom related to the polarization of the photon it spontaneously emits?
Dec
28
comment How does rest mass become energy?
Okay, I understand that there is a mathematical cancelling effect. So do you mean that if the canceling isn't perfect, then that's why only a small percentage is converted into energy? When fusion happens, anti-particles are not involved. So, how does these two hydrogen atoms fuse? How do they "cancel" each other out partially?
Dec
25
awarded  Nice Question