We are a theory group investigating the intersection of quantum information theory, thermodynamics, and complexity. We are particularly interested in the role of thermodynamic and informational resources – such as spatial or temporal correlations – for modelling and controlling quantum systems evolving in time and in what can be learned about complex processes from observation.
Witnessing environment dimension through temporal correlations: new preprint
Have a look at the new preprint by group member Dr. Simon Milz!
07 Jun 2023
Stochastic metrology and the empirical distribution: new preprint on arXiv
We study the problem of parameter estimation in time series stemming from general stochastic processes: how much Fisher information is lost if the stochastic process is compressed into a single histogram?
31 May 2023
Work Extraction from Unknown Quantum Sources: new paper published in Physical Review Letters
Check out the new paper with Dominik Šafránek and Dario Rosa!
22 May 2023