Dr Manik Banik
Assistant Professor Grade I (Physics)
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Published papers

                      Journal       Number                              
   Physical Review Letters         2



   PRX Quantum         1
   Physical Review A [Editors' Suggestion]         1
   Physical Review A [Rapid]         2
   Physical Review A        16
   Physical Review E         1
   Physical Review Research [Rapid]           1
   New Journal of Physics                               1
   EPL (Europhysics Letters)                               1
   Annalen der Physik [Rapid Research Letter]                               1
   Quantum                               1
   Quantum Information Processing                               7
   Entropy                               1
   Mathematics                               1
   International Journal of Quantum Information                                1
   Journal of Physics A                               5 
   Foundations of Physics                               2
   Journal of Mathematical Physics                               1
               Total                               46


46) S. S. Bhattacharya, A. G. Maity, T. Guha, G. Chiribella, M. Banik; Random-Receiver Quantum Communication; arXiv:2012.15459 [Accepted in PRX Quantum]

45) A. Rai, M. Pivoluska, M. Plesch, S. Sasmal, M. Banik, S. Ghosh; Device-independent bound for Cabello's nonlocality argument; arXiv:2103.09919 [Accepted in Physical Review A]

44)  M. Banik, T. Guha, M. Alimuddin, G. Kar, S. Halder, and S. S. Bhattacharya; Multi-copy adaptive local discrimination: Strongest possible two-qubit nonlocal bases; Physical Review Letters 126, 210505 (2021)

43) G. Chiribella, M. Banik, S. S. Bhattacharya, T. Guha, M. Alimuddin, A. Roy, S. Saha, S. Agrawal, and G. Kar; Indefinite causal order enables perfect quantum communication with zero capacity channel;  New J. Phys. 23, 033039 (2021)


42) S. Dutta, A. Mukherjee, and M. Banik; Operational Characterization of Multipartite Nonlocal Correlations; Physical Review A 102, 052218 (2020)[Editors' Suggestion]

41) S. Saha, S. S. Bhattacharya, T. Guha, S. Halder, and M. Banik; Advantage of Quantum Theory over Nonclassical Models of Communication;  Ann. Phys. (Berlin) 532, 2000334 (2020) [RAPID RESEARCH LETTER]

40) S. S. Bhattacharya, S. Saha, T. Guha, and M. Banik; Nonlocality without entanglement: Quantum theory and beyond;  Physical Review Research 2, 012068(R) (2020[Rapid communications]


39) M. Banik, S. Saha, T. Guha, S. Agrawal, S. S. Bhattacharya, A. Roy, and A. S. Majumdar; Constraining the state space in any physical theory with the principle of information symmetry; Physical Review A 100, 060101 (R) (2019) [Rapid communications].

38) M. Banik, S. S. Bhattacharya, N. Ganguly, T. Guha, A. Mukherjee, A. Rai, and A. Roy; Two-Qubit Pure Entanglement as Optimal Social Welfare Resource in Bayesian Game; Quantum 3, 185 (2019).

37) S. Rout, A. G. Maity, A. Mukherjee, S. Halder, and M. Banik; Genuinely Nonlocal Product Bases: Classification and Entanglement Assisted Discrimination; Physical Review A 100, 032321 (2019).

36) S. Halder, M. Banik, and S. Ghosh; Family of bound entangled states on the boundary of the Peres set; Physical Review A 99, 062329 (2019).

35) S. Agrawal, S. Halder, and M. Banik; Genuinely entangled subspace with all-encompassing distillable entanglement across every bipartition; Physical Review A 99, 032335 (2019).

34) A. Ambainis, M. Banik, A. Chaturvedi, D. Kravchenko, and A.Rai; Parity Oblivious d- Level Random Access Codes and Class of Noncontex- tuality Inequalities; Quantum Information Process 18, 111 (2019).

33) S. Halder, M. Banik, S. Agrawal, and S. Bandyopadhyay; Strong Quantum Nonlocality without Entanglement; Physical Review Letters 122, 040403 (2019).

32) P. J Cherian, A. Mukherjee, A. Roy, S. S. Bhattacharya, and M. Banik; Uncertainty principle as a postquantum nonlocality witness for the continuous-variable multimode scenario; Physical Review A 99, 012105 (2019).


31) S. Aravinda, Amit Mukherjee, and M. Banik; Exclusivity principle and unphysicality of the Garg-Mermin correlation; Physical Review A 98, 012116 (2018).


30) G. Thomas, M. Banik, and S. Ghosh; Implications of Coupling in Quantum Thermodynamic Machines; Entropy 19, 442 (2017).

29) S. S. Bhattacharya, B. Paul, A. Roy, A. Mukherjee, C. Jebaratnam, and M. Banik; Improvement in device-independent witnessing of genuine tripartite entanglement by local marginals; Physical Review A 95, 042130 (2017).

28) M. Banik, P. Deb, and S. Bhattacharya; Wigner–Yanase skew infor- mation and entanglement generation in quantum measurement; Quantum Information Processing 97, 16 (2017).

27) S. Kunkri, M. Banik, and S. Ghosh; Nonlocal correlations in macroscopic measurement scenario; Physical Review A 95, 022116 (2017).

26) S. Bandyopadhyay, M. Banik, S. S. Bhattacharya, S. Ghosh, G. Kar, A. Mukherjee, and A. Roy; Reciprocal Ontological Models Show Indeterminism Comparable to Quantum Theory; Foundations of Physics 47, 265 (2017).


25) A. Roy, A.Mukherjee, T. Guha, S. Ghosh, S. S. Bhattacharya, and M. Banik; Nonlocal correlations: Fair and Unfair Strategies in Bayesian Game; Physical Review A 94, 032120 (2016).

24) G. Kar and M. Banik; Several foundational and information theo- retic implications of Bell’s theorem; Int. J. Quantum Inform. 14, 1640027 (2016).

23) S. Mal, M. Banik, and S. K. Choudhary; Temporal correlations and device-independent randomness; Quantum Information Processing 15, 2993 (2016).

22) A. Mukherjee, A. Roy, S. S. Bhattacharya, and M. Banik; Presence of quantum correlations results in a nonvanishing ergotropic gap; Physical Review E 93, 052140 (2016).

21) G. Kar, S.Ghosh, S. K. Choudhary, and M. Banik; Role of Measurement Incompatibility and Uncertainty in Determining Nonlocality; Mathematics 4, 52 (2016).


20)  A. Chaturvedi and M. Banik; Measurement-device-independent randomness from local entangled states; Euro. Phys. Lett. 112, 30003 (2015).

19) M. Banik, S. S. Bhattacharya, A. Mukherjee, A. Roy, A. Ambai- nis, and A. Rai; Limited preparation contextuality in quantum theory and its relation to the Cirel’son bound; Physical Review A 92, 030103(R) (2015) [Rapid communications].

18) A. Roy, S. S. Bhattacharya, A. Mukherjee, and M. Banik; Optimal quantum violation of Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt like steering inequality; J. Phys. A: Math. Theo. 48, 415302 (2015).

17) A. Mukherjee, A. Roy, S. S. Bhattacharya, S. Das,  Md.  R. Gazi  and M. Banik; Hardy’s test as a device-independent dimension witness; Physical Review A 92, 022302 (2015).

16) M. Banik, S. Das, and A. S. Majumdar; Measurement incompatibility and Channel Steering; Physical Review A 91, 062124 (2015).

15) M. Banik; Measurement incompatibility and Schr¨odinger-EPR steer- ing in a class of probabilistic Theories; J. Math. Phys. 56, 052101 (2015).

14) P. Dev and M. Banik; Role of complementary correlations in the evolution of classical and quantum correlations under Markovian decoherence; J. Phys. A: Math. Theo. 48, 185303 (2015).

13) A. Roy, A. Mukherjee, S. Sankar Bhattacharya, M. Banik, and S. Das; Local deterministic simulation of equatorial Von Neumann measurements on tripartite GHZ state; Quantum Information Processing 14, 217 (2015).


12) M. Banik, S. S. Bhattacharya, S. K Choudhary, A. Mukherjee and A. Roy; Ontological models, preparation contextuality and nonlocality; Foundations of Physics 44, 1230 (2014).

11) T. Chakraborty, M. Banik, and P. Patra; Uncertainty principle guarantees genuine source of intrinsic randomness; Quantum Information Processing 13, 839 (2014).


10) S. Das, M. Banik, Md. R. Gazi, A. Rai and S. Kunkri; Local orthogonality provides a tight upper bound for Hardy’s nonlocality; Physical Review A 88, 062101 (2013).

9) Md. R. Gazi, M. Banik, S. Das, A. Rai and S. Kunkri; Macroscopic locality with equal bias reproduces with high fidelity a quantum distribution; Physical Review A 88, 052115 (2013).

8) M. Banik and Md. R. Gazi; Classical communication and non- classical fidelity of quantum teleportation; Quantum Information Processing 12, 3607 (2013).

7) M. Banik; Lack of measurement independence can simulate quantum correlations even when signaling can not; Physical Review A 88, 032118 (2013).

6) S. Das, M. Banik, Md. R. Gazi, A. Rai, S. Kunkri and R. Ra- haman; Bound on tri-partite Hardy’s nonlocality respecting all bi-partite principles; Quantum Information Processing 12, 3033 ( 2013).

5) M. Banik, Md. Rajjak Gazi, S. Ghosh and G. Kar; Degree of complementarity determines the nonlocality in quantum mechanics; Physical Review  A 87, 052125 (2013).

4) S. Das, M. Banik, Md. R. Gazi, A. Rai and S. Kunkri; Hardy’s nonlocality argument as a witness for postquantum correlations; Physical Review A 87, 012112 (2013).


3) A. Rai, Md. R. Gazi, M. Banik, S. Das and S. Kunkri; Local simula- tion of singlet statistics for a restricted set of measurements; J. Phys. A: Math. Theo. 45, 475302 (2012).

2) M. Banik, Md. R. Gazi, S. Das, A. Rai and S. Kunkri; Optimal free will on one side in reproducing the singlet correlation; J. Phys. A: Math. Theo. 45, 205301 (2012).


1) G. Kar, Md. R. Gazi,  M.  Banik,  S. Das,  A. Rai and S. Kunkri; A complementary relation between classical bits and randomness in local part in the simulating singlet state; J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 4, 152002 (2011) [Fast Track Communication]


9) Better transmission with lower capacity: lossy compression over quantum channels; S. Agrawal, R. Tarafder, G. Smith, A.Roy, M. Banik; arXiv:2105.06617

8) Mutually Unbiased Balanced Functions & Generalized Random Access Codes; Vaisakh M, R. K. Patra, M. Janpandit, S. Sen, A. Chaturvedi, M. Banik; arXiv:2105.03932

7) On the state space structure of tripartite quantum systems Harikrishnan S V, A. Ranjan, M. Banik; arXiv:2104.06938

6) S. Saha, T. Guha, S. S. Bhattacharya, M. Banik; Distributed Computing Model: Classical vs. Quantum vs. Post-Quantum; arXiv:2012.05781 

5) A. D. Bhowmik, P. Parashar, and M. Banik; Bell Nonlocality and the Reality of Quantum Wavefunction; arXiv:2005.08577

4) T. Guha, M. Alimuddin, S. Rout, A. Mukherjee, S. S. Bhattacharya, and M. Banik; Quantum Advantage in Shared Randomness Processing; arXiv:2001.01889

3) S. Rout, A. G. Maity, A. Mukherjee, S. Halder, and M. Banik; Local state discrimination and ordering of multipartite entangled states; arXiv:1910.14308

2) M. Quadeer, M. Banik, A. Ambainis, and A. Rai; Strong supremacy of quantum systems as communication resource; arXiv:1703.01996

1) S. S. Bhattacharya and M. Banik; Biased Non-Causal Game; arXiv:1509.02721