Dr. Lukas Fiderer

PostDoc

Room: 4S17 ITP
Phone: +43 512 507 52222
Email: Lukas.Fiderer[at]uibk.ac.at

Research group: Quantum Information and Computation

More Information

  • FLD Research Documentation

    Lectures 2022

    Presentations at Conferences, Symposia, etc.

    Conference Lecture (Upon Registration)
    • Lecturer(s): Smith, I. Co-author(s): Krumm, Marius; Fiderer, Lukas; Nautrup, Hendrik Poulsen; Briegel, Hans: A Quantum Causal Perspective of Measurement-Based Quantum Computation.
      Quantum Physics and Logic 2022, Oxford, 2022-06-30. (Web link)

    Poster Presentation
    • Lecturer(s): Fiderer, L.: Quantum Machine Learning Beyond Kernel Methods: A unified picture for quantum models.
      5th Seefeld Workshop on Quantum Information, Seefeld, 2022-06-28. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Fiderer, L.: Quantum Machine Learning Beyond Kernel Methods: A unified picture for quantum models.
      International Conference on Quantum Optics, Obergurgl, 2022-02-22. (Web link)



    Publications 2021

    Other Publications

    Electronic Publication (Preprint)
    • Jerbi, S.; Fiderer, L.; Poulsen Nautrup, H.; Kübler, J.; Briegel, Hans J.; Dunjko, V. (2021): Quantum machine learning beyond kernel methods. (Web link)



    Lectures 2021

    Presentations at Conferences, Symposia, etc.

    Conference Lecture (Upon Registration)
    • Lecturer(s): Fiderer, L.: Smart Quantum Sensors: Neural-Network Heuristics for Adaptive Bayesian Quantum Estimation.
      Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der SPS und ÖPG 2021 (Swiss and Austrian Physical Societies), Innsbruck, 2021-09-02. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Fiderer, L.: Witnessing Bell violations through probabilistic negativity.
      Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der SPS und ÖPG 2021 (Swiss and Austrian Physical Societies), Innsbruck, 2021-09-02. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Fiderer, L.: Smart Quantum Sensors: Neural-Network Heuristics for Adaptive Bayesian Quantum Estimation.
      Machine Learning for Quantum 2021 (MLQ), Ulm (online), 2021-03-03. (Web link)

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