**Overview**

My academic research group works in the following areas:

- Quantum information theory, quantum algorithms and computation.
- Quantum resource theories (entanglement, coherence, asymmetry, thermodynamics, etc.).
- QI in many-body and quantum field theories.

**Recent times**

- 29/03/22 Video of our recent results on magic states for quantum computing, presented at QIP2022, CalTech by Nick.
- 14/07/21 Welcome to Cristiano Duarte, who has joined the group on an EPSRC grant!
- 30/06/21 New work with Nick Koukoulekidis (Imperial College) on magic state distillation bounds for quantum computing via majorization theory.
- 01/05/21 Congrats to new PhD student Si Chen, who was awarded a prestigious Bell-Burnell Scholarship (Press-release).
- 12/04/21 New work with Matt Girling (Leeds), and Cristina Cirstoiu (CQC) on randomized benchmarking and non-separability in quantum channels.
- 25/12/20
**Postdoc position**in Quantum Technologies is now available in our group, closing date 3rd Jan 2021.**[Now closed]** - 18/12/20 Work with Cristina Cirstoiu (CQC) and Kamil Korzekwa (Jagiellonian University) on the extension of Noether's principle to quantum channels is now published in Phys. Rev. X [link to paper].

**Current research projects**

- Quantum algorithms for fault-tolerant quantum computers (with PsiQuantum)
- Characterization and certification of non-classicality for Quantum Technologies [work with Cristina Cirstoiu (Cambridge Quantum Computing), Matt Girling (PhD)].
- Classical simulation of quantum computing [work with Imperial College London, and Nikolaos Koukoulekidis (PhD) ].
- Quantum algorithms for many-body physics [with Matt Girling (PhD)].
- Theory of magic states for quantum computing [with Nikoloas Koukoulekidis (PhD)].

**Research Papers on Arxiv**

**Selected Papers:**

- Robustness of Noether's principle: Maximal disconnects between conservation laws and symmetries in quantum theory,Cirstoiu, Korzekwa, Jennings, Phys. Rev. X 10 (2020)-Quantum majorization and a complete set of entropic conditions for quantum thermodynamics,Gour, Jennings, Buscemi, Duan, Marvian, Nature Comm. (2018)- Energetic instability of passive states in thermodynamics, Sparaciari, Jennings, Oppenheim, Nature Comm. (2017) - Provable quantum advantage in randomness processing, Dale, Jennings, Rudolph, Nature Comm. (2015) - Continuum tensor network field states, path integrals and symmetries,Jennings, Brockt, Haegeman, Osborne, Verstraete, New J. Phys (2015) - Quantum coherence, time-translation symmetry and thermodynamics,Lostaglio, Korzekwa, Jennings, Rudolph, Phys. Rev. X (2015). |
- Clock–Work Trade-Off Relation for Coherence in Quantum Thermodynamics, Kwon, Jeong, Jennings, Yadin, Kim, Phys. Rev. Lett. (2018). - Description of quantum coherence in thermodynamics requires constraints beyond free energy, Lostaglio, Jennings, Rudolph, Nature Comm. (2015). - Quantum Steering Ellipsoids,Jevtic, Pusey, Jennings, Rudolph, Phys. Rev. Lett. (2014). - The WAY-theorem and the quantum resource theory of asymmetry,Ahmadi, Jennings, Rudolph, New J. Phys., (2013). - Distinct quantum states can be compatible with a single state of reality,Lewis, Jennings, Barrett, Rudolph, Phys. Rev. Lett. (2012). - Maximally and minimally correlated states attainable within a closed evolving system, Jevtic, Jennings, Rudolph, Phys. Rev. Lett (2012). |