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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 foundations, quantum cryptography and quantum information. I am particularly interested in foundational problems involving both spacetime and quantum physics. Within quantum cryptography, I am particularly interested in the investigation of loopholes and practical implementations considering experimental imperfections, mainly within the approach of relativistic cryptography.

Publications

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

Granted Patents

  • D. Pitalúa-García, "Method and system for spacetime-constrained oblivious transfer," US 10715319B2 (July, 2020).
  • D. Pitalúa-García and I. Kerenidis, "Method for spacetime-constrained oblivious transfer," EP 3 777 008 B1 (June, 2023).

Publications

Hyperdense coding and superadditivity of classical capacities in hypersphere theories
S Massar, S Pironio, D Pitalúa-García
– New Journal of Physics
(2015)
17,
113002
Bloch-sphere colorings and Bell inequalities
A Kent, D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review A
(2014)
90,
062124
Quantum information causality.
D Pitalúa-García
– Phys Rev Lett
(2013)
110,
210402
Deduction of an upper bound on the success probability of port-based teleportation from the no-cloning theorem and the no-signaling principle
D Pitalúa-García
– Physical Review A
(2013)
87,
040303
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Research Group

Centre for Quantum Information and Foundations

Room

B2.01

Telephone

01223 766890