Zi-Wen Liu

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Phd: Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2018

Areas of Research:
Email: zliu1@perimeterinstitute.ca
Phone: (519) 569-7600 x6241

Research Interests

Quantum information and computation, and their connections to various disciplines in physics, such as high energy physics, condensed matter physics, statistical physics.

Recent Publications

  • Zi-Wen Liu, Kaifeng Bu, Ryuji Takagi, One-Shot Operational Quantum Resource Theory, Phys. Rev. Lett., 123, 020401 (2019), arXiv: 1904.05840
  • Ryuji Takagi, Bartosz Regula, Kaifeng Bu, Zi-Wen Liu, Gerardo Adesso, Operational Advantage of Quantum Resources in Subchannel Discrimination, Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 140402 (2019), arXiv: 1809.01672
  • Zi-Wen Liu, Ryuji Takagi, Seth Lloyd, Diagonal quantum discord, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 52 135301 (2019), arXiv: 1708.09076
  • Zi-Wen Liu, Seth Lloyd, Elton Zhu, Huangjun Zhu, Entanglement, quantum randomness, and complexity beyond scrambling, J. High Energy Phys. 07 (2018) 041, arXiv: 1703.08104
  • Zi-Wen Liu, Seth Lloyd, Elton Zhu, Huangjun Zhu, Generalized Entanglement Entropies of Quantum Designs, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 130502 (2018), arXiv: 1709.04313
  • Zi-Wen Liu, Xueyuan Hu, Seth Lloyd, Resource Destroying Maps, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 060502 (2017), arXiv: 1606.03723
  • Zi-Wen Liu, Christopher Perry, Yechao Zhu, Dax Enshan Koh, Scott Aaronson, Doubly infinite separation of quantum information and communication, Phys. Rev. A 93, 012347 (2016), arXiv: 1507.03546
  • Aram Harrow, Linghang Kong, Zi-Wen Liu, Saeed Mehraban, Peter Shor, A Separation of Out-of-time-ordered Correlator and Entanglement, arXiv: 1906.02219
  • Zi-Wen Liu, Andreas Winter, Resource theories of quantum channels and the universal role of resource erasure, arXiv: 1904.04201
  • Lu Li, Kaifeng Bu, Zi-Wen Liu, Quantifying the resource content of quantum channels: An operational approach, arXiv: 1812.02572
  • Can Gokler, Artemy Kolchinsky, Zi-Wen Liu, Iman Marvian, Peter Shor, Oles Shtanko, Kevin Thompson, David Wolpert, Seth Lloyd, When is a bit worth much more than kTln2?, arXiv: 1705.09598
  • Artemy Kolchinsky, Iman Marvian, Can Gokler, Zi-Wen Liu, Peter Shor, Oles Shtanko, Kevin Thompson, David Wolpert, Seth Lloyd, Maximizing free energy gain, arXiv: 1705.00041
  • Seth Lloyd, Zi-Wen Liu, Stefano Pirandola, Vazrik Chiloyan, Yongjie Hu, Samuel Huberman, Gang Chen, No energy transport without discord, arXiv: 1510.05035

Seminars

  • Resource theory of quantum channels and the universal role of resource erasure, AQIS'19, KIAS, Korea
  • One-shot resource theory and no-go theorems for distillation, with applications to quantum computation, Shandong University, China
  • One-shot resource theory and no-go theorems for distillation, with applications to quantum computation, UESTC, China
  • One-shot resource theory and no-go theorems for distillation, with applications to quantum computation, Quantum Information and String Theory 2019, Kyoto University, Japan
  • Generalized entanglement entropies of quantum designs, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
  • Resource theory of quantum channels and the universal role of resource erasure, Beyond i.i.d. in information theory 2018, Cambridge University, UK
  • Resource theories of quantum channels, Hong Kong-Shenzhen Workshop in Quantum Information Science, SUSTech, China
  • Entanglement, quantum randomness, and complexity beyond scrambling, International Workshop on Physics of Information, SUSTech, China
  • Entanglement, quantum randomness, and complexity beyond scrambling, UESTC, China
  • Entropic scrambling complexities, MIT, United States
  • Resource destroying maps, with new applications, AQIS'17, Singapore
  • Generalized entanglement entropies of quantum designs, AQIS'17, Singapore
  • A theory of resource destruction, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Doubly infinite separation of quantum information and communication, CEQIP'16, Czech Republic
  • On the role of quantum correlations in thermodynamics, Nanjing University, China
  • PIRSA:18010084, Entanglement, quantum randomness, and complexity beyond scrambling , 2018-01-24, Perimeter Institute Quantum Discussions