My current research interests fall into three broad categories:
(i)Quantum error correction
(ii)Physical aspects of quantum cryptography
(iii)Quantum information as a tool to understanding fundamental problems in physics.
(1) H.K. Ng and P. Mandayam, "Simple approach to Approximate Quantum Error Correction based on the Transpose Channel", Physical Review A, 81, 062342 (2010). (ArXiV preprint quant-ph:0909.0931)
(2) P. Mandayam, N.Balachandran and S.Wehner, "A Transform of Complementary Aspects with applications to Entropic Uncertainty Relations", Journal of Mathematical Physics, Vol 51, Issue 8, Aug 2010. (ArXiV preprint quant-ph:1004.5086)
(3) P. Mandayam and S. Wehner, "Achieving the Physical Limits of the Bounded-storage Model", Physical review A, 83, 022329 (2011). (ArXiV preprint quant-ph:1009.1596)
(4) P. Mandayam and H.K. Ng, "Towards a Unified Framework for Approximate Quantum Error Correction", Physical Review A, 86, 012335 (2012). ArXiV preprint quant-ph:1202.5139
(1) P. Mandayam and D. Poulin, "Conditions for approximate quantum error correction", First International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, 2007, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.[link]
(2) P.Mandayam and H.K. Ng, "A simple approach to approximate quantum error correction", QIP 2010, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.[link]
(3) P.Mandayam and S.Wehner, "A transform of complementary aspects with applications to entropic uncertainty relations", Poster presented at QIP 2010, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
(4) P. Mandayam and H.K. Ng, "Approximate Operator Quantum Error Correction", Second International Conference on Quantum Error Correction, 2011, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.