University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Ultracold Gases and Quantum Information
ISBN-13: 9780199603657 (1 July 2011)
The physics of quantum information
ISBN-13: 9783540667780 (2000)
Decoherence-assisted transport in quantum networks
NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS volume 15 (17 January 2013) Full text available
Effects of reduced measurement independence on bell-based randomness expansion
Physical Review Letters issue 16 volume 109 (18 October 2012)
Beyond the quantum horizon.
Sci Am issue 3 volume 307 page 84-89 (September 2012) Full text available
Beyond the quantum horizon
Scientific American issue 3 volume 307 page 70-75 (1 September 2012)
Beyond the Quantum Horizon Once viewed as imposing absolute limits on knowledge and technology, quantum theory is now expanding the power of computers and the vistas of the mind
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN issue 3 volume 307 page 84-+ (September 2012) Full text available
My research extends over most aspects of information processing in quantum-mechanical systems. It is a cross-disciplinary field bringing together theoretical and experimental quantum physics, computer science and information theory. Its scope ranges from deep fundamental issues in physics to prospective commercial exploitation by the computing and communications industries.
My work is mostly theoretical but its results also bear directly on issues of experimental implementation. One reason why it has attracted attention from industry and government agencies is that quantum cryptography can guarantee perfectly secure communication. Another is that projected quantum computers will be capable of efficiently solving some problems (including factorisation, which has a bearing on cryptanalysis) for which there is believed to be no efficient classical algorithm.
Prizes, Awards, and Scholarships:
Major / Recent Publications:
Artur Ekert and Renato Renner, The ultimate physical limits of privacy, Nature 507, 443–447 (27 March 2014).