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Faculty of Mathematics

 

 

Research

Member of the Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Current research interests are Quantum Information, Quantum Cryptography, and Quantum Foundations.

Publications

  • My publications and preprints can be found on the arXiv or below.

Granted Patent

  • D. Pitalúa-García, "Method and system for spacetime-constrained oblivious transfer," US 10715319B2 (July, 2020).

Publications

Practical quantum tokens without quantum memories and experimental tests
A Kent, D Lowndes, D Pitalúa-García, J Rarity
– npj Quantum Information
(2022)
8,
28
Testing the nonclassicality of spacetime: What can we learn from Bell–Bose et al.-Marletto-Vedral experiments?
A Kent, D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review D
(2021)
104,
126030
Spacetime symmetries and the qubit Bloch ball: A physical derivation of finite-dimensional quantum theory and the number of spatial dimensions
D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review A
(2021)
104,
032220
Multiphoton and Side-Channel Attacks in Mistrustful Quantum Cryptography
M Bozzio, A Cavaillès, E Diamanti, A Kent, D Pitalúa-García
– PRX Quantum
(2021)
2,
030338
Unconditionally secure relativistic multi-party biased coin flipping and die rolling
D Pitalúa-García
– Proceedings of the Royal Society A
(2021)
477,
20210203
Flexible quantum tokens in spacetime
A Kent, D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review A
(2020)
101,
022309
One-out-of-$m$ spacetime-constrained oblivious transfer
D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review A
(2019)
100,
012302
Practical and unconditionally secure spacetime-constrained oblivious transfer
D Pitalúa-García, I Kerenidis
– Physical Review A
(2018)
98,
032327
Spacetime-constrained oblivious transfer
D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review A
(2016)
93,
062346
Hyperdense coding and superadditivity of classical capacities in hypersphere theories
S Massar, S Pironio, D Pitalúa-García
– New Journal of Physics
(2015)
17,
113002
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Research Group

Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations

Room

B2.01

Telephone

01223 766890