Dr. Harald Wunderlich

Research Interests

  • Entanglement theory (especially entanglement measures, entanglement detection and quantification)
  • Generalized non-local theories
  • Ion traps
  • Convex optimization techniques in quantum information theory

Publications

  • Harald Wunderlich, Giuseppe Vallone, Paolo Mataloni, Martin B. Plenio, Optimal verification of entanglement in a photonic cluster state experiment, arXiv:1012.4637
  • Marcus Cramer, Martin B. Plenio, Harald Wunderlich, Measuring entanglement in condensed matter systems, arXiv:1009.2956
  • Harald Wunderlich, Shashank Virmani, Martin B. Plenio, Highly efficient estimation of entanglement measures for large experimentally created graph states from simple measurements, New Journal of Physics, 12, 083026 (2010), Selected for the Virtual Journal of Quantum Information
  • Harald Wunderlich, Martin B. Plenio, Estimating Purity and Entropy in Stabilizer State Experiments, International Journal of Quantum Information, 8, 325 (2010)
  • Miguel Navascues, Harald Wunderlich, A glance beyond the quantum model, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 466, 881 (2009)
  • Harald Wunderlich, Martin B. Plenio, Quantitative verification of entanglement and fidelities from incomplete measurement data, Journal of Modern Optics, 56, 2100 (2009)
  • Harald Wunderlich, Christof Wunderlich, Kilian Singer, Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler, Two-dimensional cluster-state preparation with linear ion traps, Physical Review A, 79, 052324 (2009), Selected for the Virtual Journal of NanoScience and Technology and the Virtual Journal of Quantum Information

Talks

  • Quantifying entanglement from scattering data, DPG AMOP meeting, Hannover, Germany, 03/10
  • Generation and verification of cluster states with linear ion traps, Quantum Information Seminar, University College London, 06/09
  • Generation and verification of cluster states with linear ion traps, Qion09, Tel Aviv, Israel, 05/09
  • Quantitative verification of entanglement and fidelities from incomplete measurement data, DPG AMOP meeting, Hamburg, Germany, 03/09
  • Erzeugung von Cluster-Zuständen mit gespeicherten Ionen, DPG AMOP meeting, Darmstadt, Germany, 03/08

Poster presentations

  • Efficient estimation of entanglement measures for large experimentally created graph states, International Conference on Quantum Information and Computation, Stockholm, Sweden, 10/10
  • Quantifying entanglement from scattering data, New Perspectives on Quantum Statistics and Correlations, Academy of Sciences, Heidelberg, Germany, 03/10
  • Quantitative verification of entanglement and fidelities from incomplete measurement data, QIPC, Rome, Italy, 09/09

Media coverage of my work

  • Is quantum theory weird enough for the real world?”, New Scientist, magazine issue 2774
  • Quantum Entanglement and Information”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/qt-entangle