Felix Leditzky

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Felix Leditzky

Below you can find information about QIP 2019 (January 14-18, 2019, University of Colorado Boulder), my Research & Publications, as well as the Teaching I have done.

QIP 2019

Together with Graeme Smith, I'm organizing the conference QIP 2019, which will be held January 14-18, 2019 at University of Colorado Boulder. QIP is the main conference in quantum information theory with ~500 participants, featuring the research highlights from the past year. The program committee chair for QIP 2019 is Matthias Christandl.

Research & Publications

I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at JILA, University of Colorado Boulder, in the quantum information theory group of Graeme Smith. My main research interests lie in quantum information theory and quantum Shannon theory. In particular, I am interested in the mathematical properties of entropic quantities and quantum channels, with the goal of using these properties to gain a better understanding of information-theoretic tasks such as quantum channel coding, entanglement distillation, source coding, and state redistribution. An example of this is my PhD thesis, in which I studied relative entropies in order to refine optimal rates of information-processing tasks through analyzing their second order asymptotics and deriving strong converse theorems for them.

Have a look at my academic CV.

Preprint articles

Published articles

For openly accessible versions of the articles below, please follow the respective arXiv links.

See also listings on arXiv.org and Google Scholar.

Conference talks


Seminar talks


University of Cambridge