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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Professor in Quantum Information Theory (grade 11).

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

Convergence Rates for the Quantum Central Limit Theorem
S Becker, N Datta, L Lami, C Rouzé
– Communications in Mathematical Physics
(2021)
383,
223
Concentration of quantum states from quantum functional and transportation cost inequalities
C Rouzé, N Datta
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2019)
60,
012202
Maximum and minimum entropy states yielding local continuity bounds
EP Hanson, N Datta
– April
(2018)
59,
2018
Random walks on a complete graph: a model for infection
N Datta, TC Dorlas
– Journal of Applied Probability
(2016)
41,
1008
Second-order asymptotics for quantum hypothesis testing in settings beyond i.i.d.-Quantum lattice systems and more
N Datta, Y Pautrat, C Rouzé
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2016)
57,
062207
Equivalence between divisibility and monotonic decrease of information in classical and quantum stochastic processes
F Buscemi, N Datta
– Physical Review A
(2016)
93,
012101
Data processing for the sandwiched R,nyi divergence: a condition for equality
F Leditzky, C Rouzé, N Datta
– Letters in Mathematical Physics
(2016)
107,
61
alpha-z-Renyi relative entropies
KMR Audenaert, N Datta
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2015)
56,
022202
Properties of subentropy
N Datta, T Dorlas, R Jozsa, F Benatti
– Journal of Mathematical Physics
(2014)
55,
062203
A smooth entropy approach to quantum hypothesis testing and the classical capacity of quantum channels
N Datta, M Mosonyi, MH Hsieh, FGSL Brandao
– IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
(2013)
59,
8014
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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
01223 760377