I'm a researcher at Microsoft Research and a member of the QuArC group.
I'm also a reader in the 
Computer Science Department of University College London

My research is on quantum information science. I explore the interplay of computer science, mathematics, and physics to study the role of quantum mechanics in computation and information transmission.

Research Interests:

- Quantum information theory and entanglement theory
- Quantum hamiltonian complexity and quantum many-body physics
- Quantum complexity theory and quantum algorithms
- Connections of quantum computation and information to  computational complexity,    
   optimization, resource theories, and thermodynamics

Selected Publications:

Equivalence of Statistical Mechanical Ensembles for Quantum Systems
Quantum Gibbs Samplers: The Commuting Case 
Quantum CMI, Reconstructed States, and State Redistribution
Robust Device-Independent Randomness Amplification with Few Devices
Product-State Approximations to Quantum Groundstates
The Second Laws of Quantum Thermodynamics
Quantum de Finetti Theorems under Local Measurements with Applications
Exponential Decay of Correlations Implies Area Law
Hypercontractivity, Sum-of-Squares Proofs, and their Applications
Local Random Circuits are Approximate Polynomial-Designs 
The Resource Theory of Quantum States Out of Thermal Equilibrium
A Quasipolynomial-time Algorithm for the Quantum Separability Problem
Faithful Squashed Entanglement
The Quantum One-Time Pad in the Presence of an Eavesdropper
A Generalization of Quantum Stein's Lemma
Entanglement Theory and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Strongly Interacting Polaritons in Coupled Arrays of Cavities


Last Update: January 2015