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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Professor in Quantum Information Theory

Career

  • 2017- : ¬†DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2001-2016:¬†Statistical Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Research

Nilanjana is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Her current research interests are Quantum Information Theory and Mathematical Physics. 

Recent Papers

Publications

Entanglement cost for sequences of arbitrary quantum states
G Bowen, N Datta
– Journal of Physics. A. Mathematical and Theoretical
(2010)
44,
045302
Universal coding for transmission of private information
N Datta, MH Hsieh
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2010)
51,
122202
Distilling entanglement from arbitrary resources
F Buscemi, N Datta
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2010)
51,
102201
The Quantum Capacity of Channels With Arbitrarily Correlated Noise
F Buscemi, N Datta
– Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Transactions on Information Theory
(2010)
56,
1447
Quantum Entropy and Information
N Datta
(2010)
808,
175
Generalized relative entropies and the capacity of classical-quantum channels
M Mosonyi, N Datta
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2009)
50,
072104
Min- and max-relative entropies and a new entanglement monotone
N Datta
– Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Transactions on Information Theory
(2009)
55,
2816
Smooth entropies and the quantum information spectrum.
N Datta, R Renner
– IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory
(2009)
55,
2807
Classical Capacity of Quantum Channels with General Markovian Correlated Noise
N Datta, T Dorlas
– Journal of Statistical Physics
(2009)
134,
1173
Entanglement assisted classical capacity of a class of quantum channels with long-term memory
N Datta, Y Suhov, TC Dorlas
– Quantum Information Processing
(2008)
7,
251
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Research Groups

Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information
Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations

Room

B0.16

Telephone

01223 337955