Hans J. Briegelh_briegel


Professor of Theoretical Physics
PhD 1994, LMU Munich





Hans Briegel’s research is focused on fundamental aspects of quantum theory, its applications in computer science, and in other branches of science. One of his main current interests is to understand the ultimate power of machines to compute and to simulate Nature. Models for quantum information processing, both in physical and in biological systems, are thereby being explored. The key research themes of the group “Quantum information and computation” are to investigate fundamental notions of quantum mechanics, such as measurement, entanglement, and de‐coherence, their experimental signatures and their implications for our understanding of complex many-body systems.

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Institute of Theoretical Physics, Univ. Innsbruck