Practical advances in quantum information theory

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk


I gave an invited seminar at the at the MIT Quantum Information Processing Theory (USA). During the seminar, I highlighted my work on quantum estimation theory, detection theory, and quantum communications to MIT Faculty staff that included pioneers in quantum information theory: Seth Lloyd, Peter Shor, Mark Wilde, and Soonwon Choi.

Abstract: Applications of quantum information processing often deal with limited resources that impact their performance. This limitation leads to optimistic bounds that cannot be saturated in estimation theory and strict requirements on the existence of optimal measurements that cannot be realized in detection theory. I will highlight recent progress that addresses these constraints to determine practical performances in estimation and detection theory. Further, tremendous progress in one-shot quantum information theory that pushes beyond the traditional asymptotic IID framework, has enabled a deeper study of information theory. For cryptography, this timely progress supports increasing efforts in networked communications.
Period28 Feb 2022
Held atMassachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, United States
Degree of RecognitionInternational