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Stefano Mancini, Italian research scientist. Achievements include discovery of quantum effects due to radiation pressure; development of quantum theory of feedback; invention of novel protocol for quantum cryptography; invention of information theoretic characterization of quantum memory channels. Recipient Young Researcher Award, Italian Ministry University and Research, 2001-2002. Member of Italy's National Institute of Nuclear Physics.

Background

Mancini, Stefano was born on December 26, 1966 in San Ginesio, Macerata, Italy. Son of Antonio and Cleodolinda Mancini.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, University Perugia, Italy, 1998.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow University Milan, 1998—2001, University Camerino, 2001—2004, researcher, 2004—2010, professor theoretical physics & mathematics methods, since 2010. Editor international journal quantum information World Science, Singapore, since 2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of quantum effects due to radiation pressure. Development of quantum theory of feedback. Invention of novel protocol for quantum cryptography.

    Invention of information theoretic characterization of quantum memory channels.

Membership

Member of Italy's National Institute of Nuclear Physics.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, swimming, movies, theater.

Connections

father:
Antonio Mancini

mother:
Cleodolinda Mancini