Alexssandre de Oliveira Junior

Alexssandre de Oliveira Junior
Jagiellonian University | UJ · Institute of Physics

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The second law of thermodynamics imposes a fundamental asymmetry in the flow of events. The so-called thermodynamic arrow of time introduces an ordering that divides the system's state space into past, future and incomparable regions. In this work, we analyse the structure of the resulting thermal cones, i.e., sets of states that a given state can...
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At the heart of quantum thermodynamics lies a fundamental question about what is genuine “quantum” in quantum heat engines and how to seek this quantumness, so that thermodynamical tasks could be performed more efficiently compared with classical protocols. Here, using the concept of P-representability, we define a function called classicality, whi...
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A crucial goal of quantum information is to find new ways to exploit the properties of quantum devices as resources. One of the prominent properties of quantum devices of particular interest is their negativity in quasi-probability representations, intensively studied in foundational and practical investigations. In this article, we introduce the c...
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We consider the problem of probe-based quantum thermometry, and show that machine classification can provide reliable estimates over a broad range of scenarios. Our approach is based on the $k$-nearest-neighbor algorithm. Temperature is divided into bins, and the machine trains a predictor based on data from observations at different times (obtaine...
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The fluctuation-dissipation theorem is a fundamental result in statistical physics that establishes a connection between the response of a system subject to a perturbation and the fluctuations associated with observables in equilibrium. Here we derive its version within a resource-theoretic framework, where one investigates optimal quantum state tr...
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At the heart of quantum thermodynamics lies a fundamental question about what is genuine ``quantum'' in quantum heat engines. With the help of the P-representability expression of classicality, the degree of non-classicality of a bosonic thermal engine - a quantum heat engine consisting of a single bosonic mode as a working substance coupled to a c...
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The Solovay-Kitaev theorem allows us to approximate any single-qubit gate to arbitrary accuracy with a finite sequence of fundamental operations from a universal set of gates. Inspired by this decomposition, we present a quantum channel simulator capable of implementing any completely positive trace-preserving map. Our realization consists of one a...
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Abstract Within the framework of the generalized time-dependent Ginzburg–Landau equations, we studied the influence of the magnetic self-field induced by the currents inside a superconducting sample driven by an applied transport current. The numerical simulations of the resistive state of the system show that neither material inhomogeneity nor a n...
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We present a quantum channel simulator capable of implementing any completely positive trace-preserving map. Our realization consists of one ancillary qubit, encoded in the transverse mode of a laser beam (orbital degree of freedom), one qubit system, encoded in its polarization (spin), one spin-orbit CNOT gate and four single-qubit operations perf...
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We present a quantum channel simulator capable of implementing any completely positive trace-preserving map. Our realization consists of one ancillary qubit, encoded in the transverse mode of a laser beam (orbital degree of freedom), one qubit system, encoded in its polarization (spin), one spin-orbit CNOT gate and four single-qubit operations perf...
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Within the framework of the generalized time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau equations, we studied the influence of the magnetic self-field induced by the currents inside a superconducting sample driven by an applied transport current. The numerical simulations of the resistive state of the system show that neither material inhomogeneity nor a normal con...

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