I am a PhD student working on the topics of quantum information theory and quantum computing. Specifically my interests include the validation and verification of quantum computers and networks, quantum error correction codes, large scale quantum architectures and somewhat more abstractly the role of symmetric structures in quantum information theory.
In my free time I enjoy reading everything I can get my hands on, playing music (usually with fellow students) and bouldering. I’m also always up for a board game.
How to transform graph states using single-qubit operations: computational complexity and algorithms
Axel Dahlberg, Jonas Helsen, Stephanie Wehner
arXiv – pdf
Quantum error correction in crossbar architectures
Jonas Helsen, Mark Steudtner, Menno Veldhorst, Stephanie Wehner
Quantum Science and Technology 3, 3 (May 3, 2018)
online – arXiv – pdf
Representations of the multi-qubit Clifford group,
JH, J. Wallman, S. Wehner
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.08188
Device-independence for two-party cryptography and position verification,
J. Ribeiro, L.P. Thinh, J. Kaniewski, JH, S. Wehner,
arXiv preprint arXiv:1606.08750.
Multi-qubit randomized benchmarking using few samples,
JH, J. Wallman, S. Flammia, S. Wehner,
arXiv preprint arXiv:1701.04299.
A Crossbar Network for Silicon Quantum Dot Qubits,
R. Li, L. Petit, D.P. Franke, J.P. Dehollain, JH, M. Steudtner, N.K. Thomas, Z.R. Yoscovits, K.J. Singh, S. Wehner, L.M.K. Vandersypen, J.S. Clarke, M. Veldhorst
arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.03807.
Quantum error correction in crossbar architectures,
JH, M. Steudtner, M. Veldhorst, S. Wehner,
arXiv preprint arXiv:1712.07571.