Hartree Postdoctoral Fellow (2016-2020)

Amir Kalev was a QuICS Hartree Postdoctoral Fellow in quantum information science from 2016-2020. His research is in quantum measurement theory, quantum tomography and estimation, and quantum foundations. Kalev’s research main goal is to develop tools, tomographic and otherwise, that would allow efficient diagnose of actual experimental errors in preparing, manipulating, and measuring quantum systems. He is also working on problems related to information theoretic aspects in quantum measurement theory to understand optimality and efficiency of quantum measurements. He received his doctorate in physics from the Technion in 2008. In 2020 Amir joined ISI/USC as a Computer Scientist.

“Noncommuting conserved charges in quantum thermodynamics and beyond”, Nature Reviews Physics, 2023. ,

“Experimental Observation of Thermalization with Noncommuting Charges”, PRX Quantum, vol. 4, 2023. ,

“Optimal fermion-to-qubit mapping via ternary trees with applications to reduced quantum states learning”, Quantum , vol. 4, no. 276, 2020. ,

“Noncommuting conserved charges in quantum many-body thermalization”, Phys. Rev. E , vol. 101, no. 042117, 2020. ,

“Validating and Certifying Stabilizer States”, Phys. Rev. A , vol. 99, no. 042337, 2019. ,

“Parallel Self-Testing of the GHZ State with a Proof by Diagrams”, EPTCS , vol. 287, pp. 43-66, 2019. ,

“Optimal Pure-State Qubit Tomography via Sequential Weak Measurements”, Phys. Rev. Lett. , vol. 121, no. 130404, 2018. ,

“Quantum SDP Solvers: Large Speed-ups, Optimality, and Applications to Quantum Learning”, To appear at the 46th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP 2019), 2018. ,

“Rigidity of the magic pentagram game”, Quantum Science and Technology, vol. 3, no. 1, p. 015002, 2017. ,