insta.jpg

Spyros Tserkis

I'm a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University and a member of Prof. Narang's group. I'm affiliated with the NSF Engineering Research Center for Quantum Networks. My research focuses on quantum information theory, and more specifically on quantum communication and entanglement theory.

Before joining Harvard in Fall 2021, I was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT and the Australian National University. I received a PhD in Quantum Information from the University of Queensland in 2020, an MSc in Physics from Imperial College London in 2015, and a BSc in Physics from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2013.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Quantifying entanglement in two-mode Gaussian states

    S. Tserkis and T. C. Ralph

    Phys. Rev. A 96, 062338 (2017)

  • Simulation of Gaussian channels via teleportation and error correction of Gaussian states

    S. Tserkis, J. Dias, and T. C. Ralph

    Phys. Rev. A 98, 052335 (2018)

  • Maximum entanglement of formation for a two-mode Gaussian state over passive operations
    S. Tserkis, J. Thompson, A. P. Lund, T. C. Ralph, P.-K. Lam, M. Gu, and S. M. Assad
    Phys. Rev. A 102, 052418 (2020)

  • Optimal probes for continuous variable quantum illumination
    M. Bradshaw, L. O. Conlon, S. Tserkis, M. Gu, P.-K. Lam, S. M. Assad
    Phys. Rev. A 103, 062413 (2021)

PHD THESIS

Entanglement theory and its applications in Gaussian quantum information
Supervised by T. C. Ralph and A. P. Lund
The University of Queensland (2020)

MATHEMATICA CODES

Entanglement of formation for two-mode Gaussian states

von Neumann entropies for two-mode Gaussian states

Logarithmic negativity for two-mode Gaussian states

Standard form for a covariance matrix of a two-mode Gaussian state

Gaussian relative entropy of entanglement for two-mode Gaussian states

Random two-mode Gaussian states

Last update: Jan 18, 2022