Monash Quantum Information Science

Welcome

to Monash Quantum Information Science (MonQIS) group page. Nature is a tough adversary. For instance, 25 Australians are bitten by monkeys everyday [citation needed]. We do our best to put up a fight against the harsh reality that is life. In particular, we characterise the odd behaviour Nature throws at us and try to correct it. In some cases we show what is sensible to say and what is hard to say about how nature behaves. We work in several different areas and use a variety of tools; each is discussed in some detail on this website. If you'd like to visit, join, or get involved in any capacity shoot us an email. We promise to not bite.


News

September 7, 2016: Website updated after almost a year of neglect!

September 26, 2015: Royal Society travel grant for the next two years was jointly awarded to us and Gerardo Adesso's group.

July 30, 2015: We are looking for a PhD student to work on quantum thermodynamics! See our advertisement and email us.

July 23, 2015: Quantum batteries are a thing now, just published in NJP. This work was noted and covered by Phys.org, Vice.com , and CQT.

July 17, 2015: A new idea of using a two-level probe to study complex systems is on arXiv.

June 5, 2015: A detailed study on entanglement distribution is on arXiv.

May 22, 2015: Monash-Warwick seed grant awarded with Animesh Datta leading the Warwick end.

May 6, 2015: Felix talks about using the quantum Zeno effect to probe complex systems. Check it out on YouTube.

April 9, 2015: Metrology at the boundary of quantum-classical boundary arXiv.

March 24, 2015: Quantum batteries are on arXiv arXiv.