Office location: QNC 3313 (currently WFH)
Office phone: 519-888-4567 x33604 (use email while we WFH)
Mailing address: Department of Combinatorics and Optimization, 200 University Ave West, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L3G1, Canada
Winter 2022: CO 781/CS 867/QIC 890: Quantum Error Correction & Fault Tolerance
Winter 2022: MATH 239: Introduction to Combinatorics
Fall 2020: CO 781/QIC 890: Theory of Quantum Communication
Winter 2019: CO 481/CS 467/PHYS 467: Introduction to Quantum Information Processing
Winter 2018: CO 481/CS 467/PHYS 467: Introduction to Quantum Information Processing
Fall 2016: QIC 890/CO 781: Theory of quantum communication
Fall 2015: MATH 239: Introduction to Combinatorics
Fall 2014: MATH 135: Algebra for Honours Mathematics
Suitable candidates are encouraged to contact me.
A response will only be made when a position is available and when there is good match in background and interest.
Department of Combinatorics and Optimization University Research Chair since 2015, Tier II Canada Research Chair 2005-2015
Institute for Quantum Computing Faculty member since Sept 2005
Perimeter Institute fo Theoretical Physics Associate Member since Jun 2019, affiliate member Dec 2004-May 2019
Scholar (Mar 2005- May 2019), The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
Tolman Postdoctoral Fellow (2003-5), Institute for Quantum Information, Caltech
Postdoctoral Fellow (2002), Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley
Postdoctoral Fellow (2000-2), Physics of Information group, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Ph.D. in Physics (2000), Stanford Univeristy
Thesis: "Towards Robust Quantum Computation"
Advisors: Prof. Yoshihisa Yamamoto and Prof. Isaac Chuang
B.S. in Physics/Mathematics (1995), California Institute of Technology
Thesis: ``Effects of thermal conduction in sonoluminescence''
Advisors: Prof. Steven E. Koonin and Dr. Ming-Chung Chu
Quantum information processing capacities of abstract or physical resources, e.g., the capacity of communicating quantum information using the dual resources of entanglement and quantum/classical communication channels, the capacity of nonlocal interactions to communicating quantum/classical information, to generate entanglement, and to perform quantum computation. Quantum channel capacities. Entanglement and nonlocality. Cryptographic applications of quantum information, e.g., composability of important quantum protocols, methods for quantum state encryption and authentication and secure key recycling in such protocols, quantum data hiding, quantum key distribution. Fault tolerant quantum computation and error correcting codes. Time travel and various quantum pathologies.
Updated December 27, 2021