Subhashish Banerjee is Associate Professor of Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur. Banerjee is known for developing the theory of Open Quantum Systems, which “provides a common umbrella to understand quantum optics, quantum information processing, quantum computing, quantum cryptography, non-Markovian phenomena, quantum thermodynamics, relativistic quantum mechanics, particle physics and the foundations of quantum mechanics.” Among other accomplishments, Banerjee has applied the work of D. J. Wineland and S. Haroche, who were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2012 for their work on quantum coherence. Banerjee has applied this work to his theory of Open Quantum Systems, by (for instance) exploring its application to the theory of relativity as well as subatomic systems involving mesons and neutrinos.
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