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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Reader 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

One-Shot Entanglement-Assisted Quantum and Classical Communication
N Datta, MH Hsieh
– IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
(2013)
59,
1929
General Theory of Environment-Assisted Entanglement Distillation
F Buscemi, N Datta
– IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
(2013)
59,
1940
Quantum rate distortion, reverse Shannon theorems, and source-channel separation
N Datta, MH Hsieh, MM Wilde
– CoRR
(2013)
abs/1108.4940,
615
Additivity for transpose depolarizing channels
N Datta, AS Holevo, Y Suhva
– International Journal of Quantum Information
(2011)
04,
85
Additivity in isotropic quantum spin channels
N Datta
– International Journal of Quantum Information
(2011)
4,
473
Max-relative entropy of entanglement, alias log robustness
N Datta
– International Journal of Quantum Information
(2011)
7,
475
The apex of the family tree of protocols: optimal rates and resource inequalities
N Datta, MH Hsieh
– NEW J PHYS
(2011)
13,
093042
The apex of the family tree of protocols: optimal rates and resource inequalities
N Datta, MH Hsieh
– New Journal of Physics
(2011)
13,
093042
Entanglement cost in practical scenarios.
F Buscemi, N Datta
– Physical Review Letters
(2011)
106,
130503
One-Shot Rates for Entanglement Manipulation Under Non-entangling Maps
FGSL Brandão, N Datta
– IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory
(2011)
57,
1754
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Research Groups

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

Room

F0.08

Telephone

01223 337955
01223 760377