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Dr. Joonwoo Bae

National University of Singapore
Quantum Information Theory
Junior Fellow
September 2014 - August 2015

Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies
Albertstr. 19
79104 Freiburg im Breisgau

Raum 01 022
Tel. +49 (0)761-203 97412
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2001: BSc in Mathematics (Major) and Physics (Minor), Applied Math. Hanyang Univ. (ERICA), Korea; 2003: MSc in Physics, Hanyang University, Korea; 2007: PhD in Theoretical Physics, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

2007-2011: Research Fellow, Korea Institute for Advanced Study (with National Service), Korea; 2011-2014: Research Fellow, Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore; Visiting Scientist, ICFO-Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain; 2014 –   Junior Fellow, Freiburg Institute for Advanced Study, Freiburg, Germany.

2001: Dean’s Award, Hanyang University; 2008: Haksul Award of Research Excellence, Korea Institute for Advanced Study


Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • Structure of minimum-error quantum state discrimination, J. Bae, New J. Phys. 15 073037 (2013).
  • Approximate transpose map via quantum designs and its applications to entanglement detection, A. Kalev and J. Bae, Physical Review A 87 062314 (2013).
  • No-Signaling Principle Can Determine Optimal Quantum State Discrimination, J. Bae, W.-Y. Hwang, and Y.-D. Han, Physical Review Letters 107, 170403 (2011).
  • Structural physical approximation to positive maps and entanglement breaking channels, J. K. Korbicz, M. L. Almeida, J. Bae, M. Lewenstein, and A. Acin, Physical Review A 78, 062105 (2008).
  • Asymptotic quantum cloning is state estimation, J. Bae and Antonio Acín, Physical Review Letters 97, 030402 (2006).



Resources for Quantum Information Protection

The project Resources for Quantum Information Protection put forwarded with acronym ‘REQIP’ aims to develop the theoretical and practical framework of secure quantum information processing by investigating the link between fundamentals and applications. It is structured in two main lines, i) improving the security analysis of device-independent quantum information protection and characterizing those resources that can be used to certify general security, and ii) developing methods of characterizing eavesdropping power. To support these two objectives, we will develop related mathematical tools and investigate general frameworks of information-theoretic characterization of quantum theory.