Paolo Zanardi

Fellow - 2013

University of South California

Paolo Zanardi is a theoretical physicist specializing in the emerging field of quantum information science, which may one day lead to quantum computing. He studies the fundamental aspects of quantum information and quantum information processing (QIP), and their implementation in the real world. He is particularly interested in the intersection of quantum information theory and theoretical condensed matter and in the solid-state implementations of QIP devices. He is a member of the group that has proposed the Excitonic Quantum Computer.


Bipartite quantum states and random complex networks

S. Garnerone, P. Giorda, P. Zanardi
New Journal of Physics 14 (2012)

Exact infinite-time statistics of the Loschmidt echo for a quantum quench

S. Santra, N. Jacobson, L. Campos Venuti, P. Zanardi
Physical Review Letters 107 (2011)

Local quenches in frustrated quantum spin chains: Global versus subsystem equilibration

M. Diez, M. Chancellor, S. Haas, L. Campos Venuti, P. Zanardi
Phys. Rev. A 032113 (2010)

Fidelity in topological quantum phases of matter

S. Garnerone, D. Abasto, S. Haas, P. Zanardi
Phys. Rev. A 79 (2009)

Fidelity approach to the disordered quantum XY model

S. Garnerone, N. Jacobson, S. Haas, P. Zanardi
Phys. Rev. Lett. 102 (2009)