Stanford Professor of Quantum Physics and Professor, by courtesy, of Computer Science
D.Phil., University of Oxford, Physics (2001)
B.Sc., McGill University, Mathematics and physics (1998)
Professor Hayden is a leader in the exciting new field of quantum information science. He has contributed greatly to our understanding of the absolute limits that quantum mechanics places on information processing, and how to exploit quantum effects for computing and other aspects of communication. He has also made some key insights on the relationship between black holes and information theory.
Hayden, P., & May, A. (2016). Summoning information in spacetime, or where and when can a qubit be? JOURNAL OF PHYSICS A-MATHEMATICAL AND THEORETICAL, 49(17).
Fawzi, O., Hayden, P., & Sen, P. (2013). From Low-Distortion Norm Embeddings to Explicit Uncertainty Relations and Efficient Information Locking. JOURNAL OF THE ACM, 60(6).
phayden [at] stanford.edu