Quantum Information Processing


With the development of new quantum computing technologies it has become increasingly important to determine the information processing capabilities of quantum systems. A fundamental toolset in this area is that of quantum information theory. Not unlike classical information theory, it provides us with information measures that can help us to track the flow of information in quantum systems. In particular, with the always present noise in current systems, a focus is on the dercease in information during noisy operations. 

  • Conference Contributions
    • Christoph Hirche
      Quantum Doeblin coefficients: A simple upper bound on contraction coefficients
      preprint, 2024
    • Bodo Rosenhahn, Christoph Hirche
      Quantum Normalizing Flows for Anomaly Detection
      preprint, 2024