I am interested in the novel features of quantum theory and how they can be used in information processing tasks such as secure communication and computation. Along these lines, I have studied quantum systems in contrast to classical systems, but also in contrast to more general systems.
I have worked on various subjects within quantum information such as quantum computation, quantum random number generation, the characterisation of quantum non-locality, the certification of quantum devices, and computational complexity.
I am currently interested in how one can verify quantum computers, certify quantum devices, and develop methods for causal discovery that can be applied to quantum systems.
All of my papers can be found as pre-prints on the arXiv here and my Google Scholar profile is here.
Below is a selection of the kinds of things I've worked on in the past.