RESEARCH
On the weight of Entanglement 
Relativistic Quantum Thermodynamics 
Does entanglement have a weight? This question stems from the observation that the effects of the quantum character of a system on its gravitation are unknown. Entanglement, a genuine quantum property of quantum systems, can be viewed as correlations between physical degrees of freedom...

About thermodynamics: Thermodynamics is arguably the most long lived and successfully exploited theory of all physical theories. It can be used to understand the physics and performance of heat machines, to study black holes and condensed matter systems, to investigate properties of the cosmos...

Sacebased Relativistic and Quantum Science 
Relativistic and Quantum Information 
It is still an open question which are the effects, if any, of spacetime curvature and gravity on quantum physics at large scales i.e., the scales at which relativity becomes important. Space agencies across the world are interested in bringing quantum technologies, such as quantum key distribution (QKD), to space...

The main idea that lies behind RQI is that relativistic effects should affect quantum information protocols and processing. Although it might seems specific to QI only, this idea can be extended even further. Relativity should affect anything that involves information...

COLLABORATORS AND COLLEAGUES
 Robert Zeier  Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
 Mancini Stefano  University of Camerino, Italy
 Schell Andreas Wolfgang  Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria
INSTITUTES AND GROUPS
 Quantum Communications HUB
 International Society for Relativistic Quantum Information (ISRQI)
 RQI Nottingham
 Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information Theory @ Vienna
 Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) in UK.
 Quantiki website
 Quantum Thermodynamics network
 Qurope group
 York Centre for Quantum Technologies (YCQT)
 LIGO Scientific Collaboration
 Advance LIGO
 Quantum Information Science Center
 Cryptography and Quantum Information
 Schell Group