My research interests cover different topics related to quantum and stochastic thermodynamics, open quantum systems, quantum information theory, as well as the foundations of statistical physics and quantum mechanics. I am open to new ideas specially regarding the application of concepts in nonequilibrium thermodynamics to describe and analyze complex systems.
Recent key publications:
+ Survival and extreme statistics of work, heat, and entropy production in steady-state heat engines, G. Manzano, and É. Roldán, Phys. Rev. E 105, 024112 (2022).
+ Non-Abelian Quantum Transport and Thermosqueezing Effects, G. Manzano, J. M. R. Parrondo, and G. T. Landi, PRX Quantum 3, 010304 (2022).
+ Thermodynamics of Gambling Demons. G. Manzano, D. Subero, O. Maillet, R. Fazio, J.P. Pekola, and É. Roldán. Phys. Rev. Lett. 126, 080603 (2021). [Editors' Suggestion and Featured in Physics]
Recent review article:
+ Quantum thermodynamics under continuous monitoring: A general framework. G. Manzano and R. Zambrini, AVS Quantum Science, 4 025302 (2022).
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