Dipankar Home's significant works in the area of Fundamental Aspects
of Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Entanglement and Communications include:
Dipankar Home has also published a book titled "Conceptual Foundations
of Quantum Physics - An Overview from Modern Perspectives" (Plenum
Press New York and London, 1997). This book has been reviewed in Physics
Today (October 1998), and The Times (London) Higher Education Supplement
(25 September 1998).
- Formulation of a concrete example using photolyase enzyme attachment
to uv-absorbed DNA molecules as a mesoscopic photon detecting
device to empirically probe the quantum measurement problem.
- Formulation of a testable example to discriminate between standard
model with decoherence and wave function collapse models of quantum
mechanics, which in turn has given rise to a hitherto unexplored
direction of study for testing Bell's inequality for a single
spin-1/2 particle in a way which can discriminate between contextual
and noncontextual models of quantum mechanics.
- Uncovering nonlocal effect of tripartite entangled pure states
implying new protocols for information transfer.
- Exploration of curious facets of single particle quantum nonlocality
like those of a single photon state and of a time-evolving wave
packet under perturbed boundary conditions.
- Demonstrating persistence of quantum nonlocality in the 'strong