I am currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP) at the University of Cambridge. Before coming to Cambridge, I received my PhD in quantum information from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS:QSI) in 2018, under the supervision of Prof.
Runyao Duan and Prof.
My research interests include quantum Shannon theory, entanglement theory, and optimization theory.
01/2019, our paper On Converse Bounds for Classical Communication over Quantum Channels (with Marco Tomamichel, and Xin Wang) has been accepted by IEEE Transactions on Information Theory.
10/2018, our paper Using and Reusing Coherence to Realize Quantum Processes (with John Calsamiglia, María García Díaz, Matteo Rosati, Michalis Skotiniotis, Xin Wang, and Andreas Winter) was published in Quantum.
10/2018, our paper Semidefinite Programming Converse Bounds for Quantum Communication (with Runyao Duan, and Xin Wang) was published in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory.
09/2018, our joint work Distillation of Quantum Coherence in Non-asymptotic Settings (with Gerardo Adesso, Ludovico Lami, Bartosz Regula, and Xin Wang) has been presented at AQIS 2018.
08/2018, our work Probabilistic Distillation of Quantum Coherence (with Gerardo Adesso, Ludovico Lami, Bartosz Regula, and Xin Wang) was published in Physical Review Letters.
07/2018, our work One-shot Coherence Distillation (with Gerardo Adesso, Bartosz Regula, and Xin Wang) was published in Physical Review Letters.
01/2018, our joint submission Efficiently Computable Upper Bounds for Quantum Communication (with Mario Berta, Runyao Duan, Xin Wang, and Mark M. Wilde) was presented as a talk at QIP 2018, see video.