Principal investigator

Introduction

Our research is focused on using the rich theory of Quantum Mechanics to advance the knowledge of physical phenomena, protocols and their implementation. Current areas of research include machine learning to control nonlinear quantum systems, classical and quantum algorithms for simulation, wavelet theory, collective Rydberg blockade and its application to many body Physics, scalable quantum networks, quantum walks, topological orders, quantum annealing, measures of coherence, quantum channels and their decomposition, quantum cryptography and classical discord.

## Related Publications

- Asked to speak in a developing country? Say yes!. Physics Today 69, 10-12 (2016).
- Building a relationship with China. Physics World 29, 17 (2016).
- Creating cat states in one-dimensional quantum walks using delocalized initial states. New Journal of Physics 18, 093025 (2016).
- Designing High-Fidelity Single-Shot Three-Qubit Gates: A Machine-Learning Approach. Physical Review Applied 6, 054005 (2016).
- Enhanced nonlinear susceptibility via double-double electromagnetically induced transparency. Physical Review A 94, 053832 (2016).
- Precise space–time positioning for entanglement harvesting. New Journal of Physics 18, 043031 (2016).
- Quantum simulation of macro and micro quantum phase transition from paramagnetism to frustrated magnetism with a superconducting circuit. New Journal of Physics 18, 033015 (2016).
- Realization of the Contextuality-Nonlocality Tradeoff with a Qubit-Qutrit Photon Pair. Physical Review Letters 116, 090401 (2016).
- Stability theorem of depolarizing channels for the minimal output quantum R\ enyi entropies. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 49, 115304 (2016).
- Algorithms for SU( n ) boson realizations and D-functions. Journal of Mathematical Physics 56, 111705 (2015).