# Quantum Computation and Information Seminar

### Relativistic Quantum Information Theory

We investigate the properties of entanglement between two modes of a free Dirac and Scaler Field as seen by two relatively accelerated parties. A uniformly accelerated observer is unable to access information about the whole of spacetime, therefore there is a loss of information and a corresponding degradation of entanglement. The entanglement degradation in the limit of infinite acceleration for the Dirac field asymptotically reaches a non-vanishing minimum value. While for the case of bososnic field, a bipartite system becomes fully seperable in the limit of infinite acceleration. This means that the state always remains entangled to a degree for fermionic field and can be used in quantum information tasks, such as teleportation, between parties in relative uniform acceleration. We also investigate the effect of relativity on a tripartite maximally entangled GHZ state