I have obtained my Msc in physics at the Niels Bohr Institute of the University of Copenhagen and my PhD in science at the Department of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Copenhagen. In my PhD dissertation "An Information-theoretic Framework for Quantum Repeaters", I studied the limitations of distilling bipartite classical key from quantum states when the two parties can only share entanglement with the aid of a third party, the quantum repeater, covering topics of entanglement measures, quantum operations and quantum information theory.
An information-theoretic framework for quantum repeaters ISBN: 978-87-7078-912-7, 2018
Algorithms in Quantum Theory: www.lnt.ei.tum.de/en/teaching/lectures/algorithms-in-quantum-theory/
Current topics of research and interests are device-independent key distillation from bipartite quantum states, identification and semantic security of classical information via classical-quantum channels.
- Random Private Quantum States. 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), IEEE, Jun 2018 more… Full text ( DOI )
- IDentification, Tag codes end Error-correction codes. 19th Joint Workshop on Communications and Coding (JWCC) , Mar 2018 more…
- IDentification, Tag codes end Error-correction codes. ITG Angewandte Informationstheorie (AIT) Workshop , Mar 2018 more…