Leader of the research group: Paweł Horodecki

Post-doc: Piotr Mironowicz

PhD students: Michał Banacki, Ricard Ravell, Sumit Rout

The broad aim of the New Quantum Resources Group would be to perform research concerning quantum phenomena which could be used for quantum information processing.

Activity

Examples of possible initial specific topics are:
– Connections between quantum computational speedup and contextuality/Bell-“nonlocality”
– New protocols on randomness amplification
– Research on communication networks
– Connections between violations of Bell inequalities and of non-contextuality and the quantum
advantage in communication complexity
– Quantum thermodynamics with state transitions by Thermal Operations.
– Relativistic quantum information processing

Publications

Group members

Get to know the people behind ICTQT.
prof. dr hab. Paweł Horodecki

prof. dr hab. Paweł Horodecki

Group Leader

<a href="mailto:pawel.horodecki@pg.gda.pl">pawel.horodecki@pg.gda.pl</a>

dr Piotr Mironowicz

dr Piotr Mironowicz

Lecturer

<a href="mailto:piotr.mironowicz@gmail.com">piotr.mironowicz@gmail.com</a>

dr Some Sankar Bhattacharya

dr Some Sankar Bhattacharya

Lecturer
dr Nitica Sakharwade

dr Nitica Sakharwade

Lecturer
mgr Michał Banacki

mgr Michał Banacki

PhD student

<a href="mailto:michal.banacki@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">michal.banacki@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

mgr Ricard Ravell

mgr Ricard Ravell

PhD student

<a href="mailto:ricard.ravellrodriguez@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">ricard.ravellrodriguez@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

mgr Sumit Rout

mgr Sumit Rout

PhD student

<a href="mailto:sumit.rout@phdstud.ug.edu.pl">sumit.rout@phdstud.ug.edu.pl</a>

Former members

Keywords: quantum entanglement, quantum contextuality, quantum computational speedup, quantum capacity, quantum channels, quantum reduction of communication complexity, violations of local realism, Bell’s theorem, resource theory of thermodynamics, resource theories, quantum networks, private bits, quantum privacy, quantum randomness, randomness amplification, device-independent randomness amplification, randomness extraction.