About marcocerezo
My name is Marco Cerezo, I have a degree in physics from the Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and I'm a Ph.D student.
Although I study in Argentina, I was born and raised in Guatemala, so I consider myself "chapín" at heart.
From an early age I discovered how exciting, interesting and fun physics can be, so I decided to devote myself to study this passionate field.
This blog is dedicated to all those who want to dig a little into the mysteries and beauty of physics. And in particular, to all those who are interested in studying Quantum Computation and Quantum Information.

Mi nombre es Marco Cerezo, Licenciado en Física egresado de la Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP) en Buenos Aires, Argentina. Actualmente estoy haciendo mi Doctorado en física.
Aunque estudio en Argentina, nací y crecí en Guatemala por lo que me considero chapín de corazón.
Desde muy temprana edad descubrí lo apasionante, interesante y divertida que es la física por lo que decidí dedicarme a su estudio.
Este blog es está dedicado a todos aquellos que quieren indagar un poco en los misterios y la belleza de la física; y en particular, a aquellos que quieran aprender sobre Computación e Información Cuántica.
A Qubit, or quantum bit is the fundamental unit of quantum information, it is a mathematical concept satisfying particular properties. The Qubit is the quantum counterpart of the classical bit. A classical bit can be in one of two different states: 0 … Continue reading →
I am very proud to present Entangled Physics new identity. This logo is composed by two entangled atoms bound by an infinite. It’s design is clean, modern and friendly, and the text “Entangled Physics” is written in an easily readable … Continue reading →
The LossDiVicenzo Quantum Computer is a hardware proposal for the implementation of a scalable spinbased quantum computer in a coupled quantum dot system. The qubits of their quantum computer are realized as the two spin states of a confined electron. In … Continue reading →
Posted in The More You Know

Tagged computer, exchange coupling, gate, heisenberg, LossDiVicenzo, quantum dot, Quantum Mechanics, qunatum, redout, single qubit, the more you know, tunnel, tunneling, twoqubit

The EPR Paradox is a thought experiment published in a paper in May 1935 by Albert Einstein and two of his postdoctoral research associates Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen that was meant to prove that Quantum Mechanics showed internal contradictions in it’s … Continue reading →
The DiVicenzo Criteria for implementing a quantum computer are a set of requirements that any candidate (circuit model) quantum computer must satisfy. These five requirements, plus two relating to the communication of quantum information were formulated by David P. DiVincenzo in 2008 and are … Continue reading →
Boson Sampling is a model for nonuniversal quantum computation which performs specific tasks that are thought to be hard to efficiently perform on a classical computer. By exploiting the processing power of quantum mechanics, the output photon number distribution of … Continue reading →
In the spirit of writing a “faq / Dictionary of Quantum Information and Quantum Computation” for the blog I’m starting a new article series called: The More You Know. In each article I’m gonna give a brief definition of terms which … Continue reading →
Every year during the annual Argentinean Physicists Meeting (Reunión anual de la AFA), all students that got their physics degree can participate in the Luis Masperi Price by presenting the work they did for their thesis. The presentations are graded … Continue reading →
In 1982, a paper entitled “FLASH – A Superluminal Communicator Based Upon a New Kind of Quantum Measurement” was published by Nick Herbert, an American physicist who meant to prove that by using EPR entangled pairs and quantum effects, a … Continue reading →
Posted in Quantum Information and Quantum Computation: General Discussions

Tagged Alice, Bob, cloning, communicator, Einstein, Entangled States, EPR, faster, faster than light, FLASH, Herbert, laser gain tube, nocloning, nocloning theorem, photons, polarization, superluminial

A couple of weeks ago we uploaded to the arXive our latest paper: Nontransverse factorizing fields and entanglement in finite spin systems. Let me explain what this paper is about.