Sergii Strelchuk

Career

  • 2017-: Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2013-: John and Delia Agar Research Fellow, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge
  • 2009-2013: PhD, Trinity College, University of Cambridge. Supervisor: Jonathan Oppenheim.

Research

Sergii is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations. His current research interests are Quantum Computation and Quantum Information.

Preprints

my arXiv preprints are available here.

Selected Publications

  • D. Elkouss, S. Strelchuk "Forgetting boosts the classical environment-assisted and private capacity" Phys. Rev. A 94, 040301(R) (2016)
  • D. Elkouss, S. Strelchuk "Superadditivity of private information for any number of uses of the channel", Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 040501 (2015)
  • F. Brandao, A. Harrow, J. Oppenheim, S. Strelchuk "Quantum Conditional Mutual Information, Reconstructed States, and State Redistribution", Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 050501 (2015)
  • H. Buhrman, L. Czekaj, A. Grudka, M. Horodecki, P. Horodecki, M. Markiewicz, F. Speelman, S. Strelchuk "Quantum communication complexity advantage implies violation of a Bell inequality", PNAS March 22, 2016 vol. 113 no. 12 3191-3196
  • D. Elkouss, S. Strelchuk, M. Ozols, W. Matthews, D. Perez-Garcia, T. Cubitt "Unbounded number of channel uses are required to see quantum capacity", Nature Communications 6, 7739 (2015)
  • R. Jozsa, A. Miyake, S. Strelchuk "Jordan-Wigner formalism for arbitrary 2-input 2-output matchgates and their classical simulation", Quantum Information & Computation Vol. 15, 7-8, 541-556 (2015) 
  • S. Strelchuk, M. Horodecki, J. Oppenheim “Entanglement Recycling and Generalized Teleportation”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 010505 (2013)
  • F. Brandao, J. Oppenheim, S. Strelchuk “When does noise increase the quantum capacity?”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 040501 (2012)

Publicity

My recent research has recently received some media attention:

2016 PhysOrg

2013:  Wired       Cambridge U   PhysOrg