Dagomir Kaszlikowski Group

Our main research interest can be summarized in one word: CORRELATIONS. We are interested in correlations because, from an orthodox point of view, quantum theory is nothing more than a theory of correlations in space and time.

Correlations is a common language for information aspects of quantum theory like quantum nonlocality, contextuality, quantum information processing in general, quantum entanglement and the physics of strongly correlated many-body systems.

Our interests in quantum theory has recently led us to study its applications in biology where nontrivial quantum effects may play a critical role in the functioning of certain biological systems. We have started to study the avian compass of migratory birds by applying quantum-information concepts to describe the underlying chemical reactions believed to be responsible for the bird's ability to navigate.

Apart from that, we play ping pong, explore the 20th century pop culture, boulder and make movies.

More information at our homepage: http://dag.quantumlah.org

Group Members

Recent papers

  • Zakarya Lasmar, D. Kaszlikowski, P. Kurzynski. (2017). Nonlocal bunching of composite bosons. Phys. Rev. A 96 032325
  • Jeongwoo Jae, J. Ryu, Jinhyoung Lee. (2017). Operational quasiprobabilities for continuous variables. Phys. Rev. A 96 042121
  • Su-Yong Lee, Chang-Woo Lee, Pawel Kurzynski, D. Kaszlikowski, Jaewan Kim. (2016). Duality in entanglement of macroscopic states of light. Phys. Rev. A 94 022314
  • M. Wiesniak, Arijit Dutta, J. Ryu. (2016). Geometrical Bell inequalities for arbitrarily many qudits with different outcome strategies. J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 49 035302
  • Jeongho Bang, J. Ryu, Marcin Paw?owski, Byoung S. Ham, Jinhyoung Lee. (2016). Quantum-mechanical machinery for rational decision-making in classical guessing game. Scientific Reports 6 21424
  • Arijit Dutta, J. Ryu, Wies?aw Laskowski, Marek ?ukowski. (2016). Entanglement criteria for noise resistance of two-qudit states. Phys. Lett. A 380 2191
  • H.S. Poh, Marcin Markiewicz, Pawel Kurzynski, A. Cere, D. Kaszlikowski, C. Kurtsiefer. (2016). Probing quantum-classical boundary with compression software. New J. Phys. 18 035011
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