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Mark Wilde


Email: m w i l d e (at) g m a i l (dot) c o m
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Research Description

My research is in quantum error correction and quantum Shannon theory. I have also contributed to the foundations of quantum mechanics in the context of closed timelike curves and the burgeoning field of quantum biology.

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Selected Publications (click link in front of each publication to see bibtex in ASCII format)

[1] Hsieh, M.-H., and Wilde, M. M. Entanglement-assisted communication of classical and quantum information. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, September 2010, v. 56, n. 9, pp. 4682-4704.
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[2] Hsieh, M.-H., and Wilde, M. M. Trading classical communication, quantum communication, and entanglement in quantum shannon theory. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, September 2010, v. 56, n. 9, pp. 4705-4730.
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[3] Wilde, M. M., and Brun, T. A. Entanglement-assisted quantum convolutional coding. Physical Review A, April 2010, v. 81, p. 042333.
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[4] Bradler, K., Hayden, P., Touchette, D., and Wilde, M. M. Trade-off capacities of the quantum hadamard channels. Physical Review A, June 2010, v. 81, n. 6, p. 062312.
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[5] Avis, D., Hayden, P., and Wilde, M. M. Leggett-Garg inequalities and the geometry of the cut polytope. Physical Review A, September 2010, p. 030102(R).
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[6] Wilde, M. M., and Hsieh, M.-H. Entanglement boosts quantum turbo codes. October 2010, p. 17. In Press.
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[7] Brun, T. A., Harrington, J., and Wilde, M. M. Localized closed timelike curves can perfectly distinguish quantum states. Physical Review Letters, May 2009, v. 102, p. 210402.
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