Roger Colbeck
Roger Colbeck
Department of Mathematics, University of York
Verified email at york.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
The uncertainty principle in the presence of quantum memory
M Berta, M Christandl, R Colbeck, JM Renes, R Renner
Nature Physics 6, 659-662, 2010
4692010
Private randomness expansion with untrusted devices
R Colbeck, A Kent
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 44 (9), 095305, 2011
2552011
Quantum and relativistic protocols for secure multi-party computation
R Colbeck
arXiv preprint arXiv:0911.3814, 2007
2552007
Free randomness can be amplified
R Colbeck, R Renner
Nature Physics 8, 450-453, 2012
2452012
A fully quantum asymptotic equipartition property
M Tomamichel, R Colbeck, R Renner
IEEE Transactions on information theory 55 (12), 5840-5847, 2009
2142009
No extension of quantum theory can have improved predictive power
R Colbeck, R Renner
Nature communications 2, 411, 2011
1712011
Duality between smooth min-and max-entropies
M Tomamichel, R Colbeck, R Renner
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 56 (9), 4674-4681, 2010
1612010
Is a system’s wave function in one-to-one correspondence with its elements of reality?
R Colbeck, R Renner
Physical Review Letters 108 (15), 150402, 2012
1562012
Experimental investigation of the uncertainty principle in the presence of quantum memory and its application to witnessing entanglement
R Prevedel, DR Hamel, R Colbeck, K Fisher, KJ Resch
Nature Physics 7, 757-761, 2011
1442011
Uncertainty Relations from Simple Entropic Properties
PJ Coles, R Colbeck, L Yu, M Zwolak
1242012
Uncertainty relations from simple entropic properties
PJ Coles, R Colbeck, L Yu, M Zwolak
Physical review letters 108 (21), 210405, 2012
1242012
Hidden variable models for quantum theory cannot have any local part
R Colbeck, R Renner
Physical review letters 101 (5), 050403, 2008
912008
Memory attacks on device-independent quantum cryptography
J Barrett, R Colbeck, A Kent
Physical review letters 110 (1), 010503, 2013
89*2013
All reversible dynamics in maximally nonlocal theories are trivial
D Gross, M Müller, R Colbeck, OCO Dahlsten
Physical review letters 104 (8), 080402, 2010
762010
Unconditionally secure device-independent quantum key distribution with only two devices
J Barrett, R Colbeck, A Kent
Physical Review A 86 (6), 062326, 2012
632012
Impossibility of secure two-party classical computation
R Colbeck
Physical Review A 76 (6), 062308, 2007
552007
Simple channel coding bounds
L Wang, R Colbeck, R Renner
2009 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, 1804-1808, 2009
462009
Experimental bound on the maximum predictive power of physical theories
TE Stuart, JA Slater, R Colbeck, R Renner, W Tittel
Physical review letters 109 (2), 020402, 2012
30*2012
A system’s wave function is uniquely determined by its underlying physical state
R Colbeck, R Renner
New Journal of Physics 19 (1), 013016, 2017
282017
The completeness of quantum theory for predicting measurement outcomes
R Colbeck, R Renner
Quantum theory: informational foundations and foils, 497-528, 2016
272016
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