I lead the Mathematical Quantum Information research group at RIKEN's Center for Quantum Computing in Japan.

My interests lie in the mathematical characterisation of quantum resources, the convex optimisation problems involved in their quantification, and their applications in quantum information theory. I like to generalise things.

Previously, I was a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Tokyo, and before that a Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. I obtained my PhD degree in mathematics from the University of Nottingham under the supervision of Gerardo Adesso.

Recent news and publications

  1. Two of my works were presented at QIP 2024:
  2. Reversibility of quantum resources through probabilistic protocols
    Bartosz Regula and Ludovico Lami

  3. Postselected quantum hypothesis testing
    Bartosz Regula, Ludovico Lami, and Mark M. Wilde
    IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (in press)

  4. Catalysis cannot overcome bound entanglement
    Ludovico Lami, Bartosz Regula, and Alexander Streltsov

  5. No second law of entanglement manipulation after all
    Ludovico Lami and Bartosz Regula
    Nature Physics 19, 184–189 (2023)
    arXivpdfjournal pdfcode

  6. Together with Mile Gu and Jayne Thompson, I organised the workshop Quantum resources: from mathematical foundations to operational characterisation in Singapore (5th–8th December 2022).

  7. Probabilistic transformations of quantum resources
    Bartosz Regula
    Physical Review Letters 128, 110505 (2022)
    See also companion paper Quantum 6, 817 (2022)arXivpdfjournal pdfcode