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Prof. Gabriel T. Landi

Quantum Thermodynamics and Quantum Transport (QT2) group.

Instituto de Física da Universidade de São Paulo,

São Paulo, Brazil.

I am a professor of theoretical physics at the University of São Paulo. My main research interests are in open quantum systems, with applications to quantum thermodynamics and quantum transport.

Instituto de Física da Universidade de São Paulo,  05314-970 São Paulo, Brazil


Latest news (updated 29/09):

  • Artur Lacerda will defend his masters on October 6th and Otavio Molitor on October 16th. The URLs  for the defenses will be posted here as soon as they are available.

  • On 29/09 I presented a talk at the Universidad de Los Andes about Landauer’s principle at zero temperature. The slides can be found here.  

  • Check out our latest preprint on an implementation of a DMRG algorithm for open quantum systems. This was part of Heitor Casagrande’s master project. Congratulations on the beautiful work Heitor!

  • Check out our review on irreversible entropy production, in collaboration with Prof. Mauro Paternostro. Really glad this is out: took us 1.5 years of hard work!

  • Our paper on phase-space entropies and dynamical phase transitions has just been published in PRR. This is part of Bruno Goes’ master project. Congratulations Bruno!

  • Our paper on Quantum coherence and criticality in irreversible work has just been published on Phys. Rev. Research. This is part of Adalberto Varizi’s PhD project. Congrats Adalberto!