I am a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Tokyo, part of Mio Murao's quantum information group.

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 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. Probabilistic transformations of quantum resources
    Bartosz Regula
    Physical Review Letters 128, 110505 (2022)
    See also companion paper arXiv:2112.11321arXivpdfjournal pdfcode

  2. Two of my works have been accepted at QIP 2022:
  3. No second law of entanglement manipulation after all
    Ludovico Lami and Bartosz Regula
    arXiv:2111.02438
    arXivpdfcode

  4. One-shot manipulation of dynamical quantum resources
    Bartosz Regula* and Ryuji Takagi*
    Physical Review Letters 127, 060402 (2021)
    arXivpdfjournal pdf

  5. Fundamental limitations on distillation of quantum channel resources
    Bartosz Regula and Ryuji Takagi
    Nature Communications 12, 4411 (2021)
    arXivpdfjournal pdfcode

  6. Together with Mile Gu and Jayne Thompson, I am organising the workshop Quantum resources: from mathematical foundations to operational characterisation, to take place in Singapore between 26th – 29th April 2021 sometime soon.