Currently I am working on my Ph.D. thesis. The topic of the thesis is
the recycling of cryptologic keys using quantum communication.
My current research interests are:
Private quantum channels
Plaintext attacks on quantum encryption
Secure two-party quantum computation
From August 2000 to June 2002 I worked on my Master thesis:
"Characteristics of Unextendible Product Bases".
Unextendible Product Bases have close relations to entanglement and indistinguishability, two phenomena unique to quantum mechanics. As entanglement is a central resource in quantum-algorithms and quantum-communication, the hope is that UPBs can lead to important results in understanding entanglement. Indistinguishability is a rather new concept which seems promising. In this thesis we focus on UPBs themselves and reveal some of their structures and their relations to entanglement and indistinguishability.
If you are interested in reading more about my thesis, you can download the following:
The dissertation ps-file or pdf-file.
A poster I presented at the EURESCO 2002 Conference on Quantum Information pdf-file.
The slides from the defence ps-file or pdf-file.
Department of Computer Sience at UPC
UPC - Polytechnic University of Catalonia
QIP2001 - Workshop on Quantum Information Processing
Quant-ph: Quantum articles
My supervisor: Ivan Damgård
External supervisor on my master degree: Peter Høyer
External supervisor on my PhD degree: Louis Salvail
Center for KvanteInformatik
Links to researchers in quantum computing
NBF - Nissernes BefrielsesFront
LaTeX study group
Quantum computing group at the Université de Montréal
Pictures from canadian student - Quantum Information Conference 2004