QIT at HYU

Tanmay Singal

PhD 2016 from Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India

I am broadly interested in quantum information theory, particularly in topics like quantum communication, which subsumes quantum state discrimination, capacities of quantum channels; and other topics like quantum cryptography and applications of functional analysis and group theory to quantum information theory.

Email: tanmaysingal “at” gmail “dot” com

Articles

  1. Singal, T. and Ghosh, S. 2014. “Minimum Error Discrimination for an Ensemble of Linearly Independent Pure States”, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical

  2. Singal, T. and Ghosh, S. 2014. “Algebraic Structure of the Minimum Error Discrimination Problem for Linearly Independent Density Matrices” arXiv:1412.7174

  3. Singal, T., Rahaman, R., Ghosh S. and Kar, G., “A Necessary Condition for Local Distinguishability of Two-QuditMaximally Entangled States is sufficient for Generalized Bell States in C^4 (X) C^4” arXiv:1506.03667

  4. Singal, T. “Framework for distinguishability of orthogonal bipartite states by one-way local operations and classical communication”, Physical Review A, Rapid Communication