My work has been presented at (amongst others):

- Conference on Quantum Information Processing (QIP)
- International Cryptology Conference (CRYPTO)
- SIAM Conference on Optimization (OP)
- International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP)
- Mathematical Results in Quantum Physics (QMath)
- International Conference on Quantum Cryptography (QCrypt)
- Asian Quantum Information Science Conference (AQIS)
- IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)
- Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC)
- Beyond IID in Information Theory Workshop

A full list of my talks is included in my CV.

### Slides

**Quantum algorithms for the early fault-tolerance regime**

[Technology Innovation Institute Abu Dhabi (2023)]**Quantum state preparation without coherent arithmetic**

[IBM Zurich (2023)]**Open problem session: Is there a way of making entanglement theory reversible?**

[Quantum resources: from mathematical foundations to operational characterisation, NTU Singapore (2022)]**On a gap in the proof of the generalised quantum Stein’s lemma and its consequences for the reversibility of quantum resources**

[Beyond I.I.D. in Information Theory Workshop, Shenzhen (2022)]**Randomized quantum algorithm for statistical phase estimation**

[Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore (2023]

[AWS tech talk, AWS Center for Quantum Computing, Los Angeles (2021)]**Characterising quantum correlations of fixed dimension**

[IPAM Entropy Inequalities, Quantum Information and Quantum Physics, UCLA (2021)]**De Finetti theorems for quantum channels**

[Quantum Information Theory and Mathematical Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (2019)]

[BIRS Workshop Algebraic and Statistical ways into Quantum Resource Theories, Banff (2019)]**Stein’s lemma for classical-quantum channels**

[IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory – ISIT (2019), Paris]**Quantum coding via semidefinite programming**

[IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory – ISIT (2019), Paris]**Semidefinite programming hierarchies for quantum information**

[Algorithms & Complexity Theory Seminar, University of Oxford (2019)]**The potential of quantum computing for enterprises**

[AI Summit, Quantum Computing Summit, ExCeL London (2018)]**Matrix trace inequalities for quantum entropy**[Modern Topics in Quantum Information, International Institute of Physics Natal (2018), video feed]

[CWI Amsterdam, QuSoft (2018)]

[Analysis in Quantum Information Theory, Institut Henri Poincaré Paris (2017)]**Semidefinite programming hierarchies for quantum-assisted coding**

[Convexity and Quantum Information, International Institute of Physics Natal (2018), video feed]**Quantum technologies for cryptography**[Computer Science Colloquium, University of Warwick (2019)]

[Basser Seminar Series, University of Sydney (2018)]**Thermal states as convex combinations of matrix product states**

[Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography – TQC (2018), University of Technology Sydney]**The road to quantum computers**[IBP event Quantum Technologies, Imperial College London (2017), video feed]

**On composite hypothesis testing**[University of Cambridge (2018)]

[University of Nottingham (2018)]

[University of York (2017)]**Multivariate trace inequalities**[QMath13: Mathematical Results in Quantum Physics (2016), GeorgiaTech]

**Strong converse rates for private communication over quantum channels**[Beyond I.I.D. in Information Theory Workshop (2017), Singapore]

[Secure communication via Quantum Channels (2017), Center for Interdisciplinary Research – ZiF, Bielefeld][Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography – TQC (2016), Free University of Berlin]

**Exploiting variational formulas for quantum relative entropy**[Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography – TQC (2016), Free University of Berlin]

[IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory – ISIT (2016), Barcelona]**Quantum coding with finite resources**

[Seminar at Technical University of Munich (2016)]

[American Physical Society March meeting (2016), Baltimore, see their page for interactive slides]

[Colloquium at the Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo (2015)]**Quantum bilinear optimization**

[SIAM Conference on Optimization, Vancouver (2017)]

[CWI Amsterdam, QuSoft (2016)]

[Seminar at Louisiana State University, Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics (2016)]**Semidefinite programming hierarchies for quantum adversaries**

[International Conference on Quantum Cryptography – QCrypt (2015), Tokyo, video feed]

[Trustworthy Quantum Information Workshop (2015), Ann Arbor]

[Southwest Quantum Information and Technology Workshop – SQuInT (2015), Berkeley]**Relative entropies of recovery and conditional quantum mutual information**[Beyond IID in Information Theory Workshop (2015), Banff, blackboard talk (video feed linked)]

**Quantum adversaries via operator space theory**

[Western States Mathematical Physics Meeting (2015), Caltech]**Entropy inequalities**

[School in Quantum Information and Computation (2015), University of Campina Grande]**The uncertainty principle in the presence of quantum memory**

[Physics Colloquium at Louisiana State University (2014), interactive Prezi presentation]**Identifying the information gain of a quantum measurement**

[IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (2014), Honolulu]**Channel simulations**

[Beyond IID in Information Theory Workshop (2013), Cambridge]**Quantum to classical randomness extractors**

[Advances in Cryptology – CRYPTO (2012), Santa Barbara, video feed]

[International Conference on Quantum Cryptography – QCrypt (2012)]**Entanglement cost of quantum channels**

[IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory – ISIT (2012), Boston]**A conceptually simple proof of the quantum reverse Shannon theorem**

[Conference on Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication, and Cryptography – TQC (2010), Leeds]

[Workshop on Complex Quantum Systems (2010), Singapore]

### Other recent presentations

**Chain rules for quantum channels**[Quantum Information Theory and Mathematical Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (2022)]

**Non-commutative Blahut-Arimoto algorithms**

[Quantum Information Meeting (2019), Lyon]**Partially smoothed information measures**

[Beyond IID in Information Theory Workshop (2018), Cambridge]**Entropy for multipartite quantum systems**[European Research Council Brussels (2017)]

**Conditional decoupling of quantum information**

[University of Technology Sydney (2017)]

[ETH Zurich (2017)]

[Information and Complexity Day, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (2016)]

[Technical University of Munich (2016)]**The quantum revolution in cryptography**

[Imperial College London, Department of Computing (2016)]**Quantum entropy**

[Stanford University (2016)]

[University of Sydney (2016)]

(slides/notes available upon request)