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Anurag Ansha, Centre for Quantum Technologies

Anurag Anshu is a PhD student at Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore. His research interests include quantum Shannon theory, quantum communication complexity and hamiltonian complexity.

Shalev Ben-David, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Shalev is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Maryland, College Park. He received his PhD from MIT in 2017. His research interests include computational complexity and quantum algorithms.

Adam Bouland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Adam Bouland is a postdoctoral scholar at UC Berkeley advised by Umesh Vazirani. He recently completed his PhD at MIT under Scott Aaronson. His research interests include quantum computing, computational complexity theory, and connections to physics.

Matt Courdron, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Matthew is a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Computer Science, School of Mathematics, and Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo.  He finished his PhD at MIT in 2017, where hewas advised by Peter Shor.  His research interests lie in theoretical computer science, especially its applications to neighboring sciences, in particular, quantum algorithms and information, interactive proofs with quantum devices, and machine learning topics.

Gemma de las Cuevas, University of Innsbruck

Gemma De las Cuevas works on topics related to quantum information and quantum many-body systems at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Previously she worked at the MPQ in Garching, Germany, with Prof. Ignacio Cirac, and before that she did her PhD with Prof. Hans Briegel at the University of Innsbruck.

Lídia del Rio, ETH Zürich

Lídia cares about foundations - of quantum theory, thermodynamics, cryptography. Born and raised in Portugal, she did a PhD about subjectivity in resource theories (like quantum thermodynamics) in Renato Renner's group at ETH Zurich, followed by a postdoc in Sandu Popescu's group at the University of Bristol. She is now back at ETH as a senior scientist, supervising a team of master students in foundations projects. Lídia co-founded and runs the Quantum journal.

Ankit Garg, Microsoft Research

Ankit Garg is a postdoctoral research at Microsoft Research, New England. He got his PhD in computer science from Princeton University under the supervision of Prof. Mark Braverman. His research interests lie in computational complexity theory, particularly in classical/quantum communication and information complexity, and algebraic complexity.

Cecilia Lancien, Complutense University of Madrid

Cecilia Anne Lancien did her PhD from September 2013 to June 2016 on high dimension and symmetries in quantum information theory, under the co-advising of Guillaume Aubrun (Lyon) and Andreas Winter (Barcelona). Since September 2016 she has been a post-doc in the group of David Perez-Garcia (Madrid).

Chris Majenz, University of Copenhagen

Christian Majenz obtained his doctorate in Mathematics at the University 
of Copenhagen in 2017, after completing his Master’ and Bachelor’s 
degree in Physics at the University of Freiburg. In 2017 he was a 
visiting student researcher at the California Institute of Technology, 
Pasadena, and in 2012 visiting scholar at the University of Southern 
California, Los Angeles. His research interests include quantum 
cryptography including computational security as well as quantum 
entropies and quantum Shannon theory.
 

Laura Mančinska, QMATH, University of Copenhagen

Laura is particularly interested in the mathematics behind the phenomenon of entanglement and how it can be leveraged for operational and cryptographic applications. In addition to her main interest in entanglement she has worked on a range of various topics including LOCC, quantum computational supremacy, quantum thermodynamics. Laura has just started as an Associate Professor at QMATH, University of Copenhagen.

Fernando Pastawski, Free University of Berlin

Fernando Pastawski is a theoretical physicist working in the field of 
quantum information. His main research focus is on quantum 
error-correction with special emphasis on their physical interpretation 
and connections.  These include connection of topological codes as 
quantum phases of matter, self-correcting codes as thermally stable 
phases and more recently investigating the information structure that 
holography imposes on quantum codes. One of the questions which drive me  is exploring how the classical world, which we perceive in our daily 
lives, emerges from the quantum world, and how ideas from quantum error correction might allow us to understand this.
 

Sergii Strelchuk, University of Cambridge
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David Sutter, ETH Zürich

David Sutter is a PhD student of Renato Renner at ETH Zurich working on mathematical aspects of quantum information theory. He is interested in quantum Shannon theory, entropies and their mathematical properties, and matrix analysis, and will graduate by the end of the year.

Mischa Woods, University College London

Mischa Woods is a researcher at ETH, Switzerland. His research focuses on using quantum information theory to further our knowledge in many-body systems, thermodynamics, and foundational issues such as time and computation.

John Wright, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

John Wright got his B.Sc. from the University of Texas at Austin and his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University, where he was advised by Ryan O'Donnell. He is now a physics postdoc at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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