The Groups research areas are Quantum Information Theory and its interface with many-body physics and quantum optics. Specifically, the Group has interest in the field of quantum information science is diversified in to various topics, which broadly include:
1. Characterizing and quantifying multipartite quantum correlations in finite as well as infinite quantum systems.
2. Connecting multipartite quantum correlations to different quantum information processing tasks.
3. Studying the properties and behavior of quantum correlations present in many-body quantum systems. The state describing the system can be static or dynamic ones, and the system can be ordered or disordered with respect to the system parameters.
4. Characterization and quantification of non-classicality in continuous variable quantum systems which are of interest in experimental quantum optics. And also to establish connection between such systems and their utility in several information theoretic protocols.
We also work on contemporary research interests in quantum information science and at the same time at its inter-disciplinary subjects.