Quantum information is a field of knowledge that combines an elegant mathematical formalism, an opportunity for the use of a computational point of view, and a connection with physical reality, whatever that means. Most of the research papers that appear in this page are a product of the study of that field.

Some of the work was performed while completing a Master Degree at the Institute of Quantum Computing and the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo. Also did some work in 2008 on the Quantum Key Distribution system in a joint quantum cryptography project between the Technical University of Madrid and Telefonica R&D. This work was mostly concerned with the error reduction procedure, and more precisely the use of Low-Density Parity-Check codes.


If html5 works, this is a video of the QIP 2012 talk concerning arXiv:1104.1140.
Joke begins at 15:15 (not intended as encouragement to coffee consumption).


A topic that at the moment of writing this seems worth receiving some attention in the future is the one of rigorous proofs in the study of systems described by infinite dimensional Hilbert spaces, particularly those proofs involving universality of models of computation. Meanwhile, here is a survey for a course project that goes a bit in that direction.