Dr. Katja Ried

PostDoc

Room: 4S17 ITP
Phone: +43 512 507 52242
Email: Katja.Ried[at]uibk.ac.at

Research group: Quantum Information and Computation

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  • FLD Research Documentation

    Publications 2018

    Contributions to Books / Journals

    Journal Article (Original Paper)
    • Jonsson, Robert H.; Ried, Katja; Martin-Martinez, Eduardo; Kempf, Achim (2018): Transmitting qubits through relativistic fields.
      In: Journal of Physics A-Mathematical and Theoretical 51/48, p. 485301. (DOI) (Web link)

    Other Publications

    Electronic Publication, Scientific
    • Schmid, David; Ried, Katja; Spekkens, Robert W. (2018): Why initial system-environment correlations do not imply the failure of complete positivity: a causal perspective. (Web link)



    Lectures 2018

    Presentations at Conferences, Symposia, etc.

    Conference Lecture (Upon Registration)
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, Katja: Understanding Quantum Physics with Reinforcement Learning.
      The 13th Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography and 1st International Workshop on Quantum Software and Quantum Machine Learning, University of Technology Sydney, 2018-07-17. (Web link)



    Publications 2017

    Contributions to Books / Journals

    Journal Article (Original Paper)
    • MacLean, Jean-Philippe W.; Ried, Katja; Spekkens, Robert W.; Resch, Kevin J. (2017): Quantum-coherent mixtures of causal relations.
      In: Nature Communications 8, p. 15149. (DOI) (Web link)

    • Ried, K.; MacLean, J.-P. W.; Spekkens, R. W.; Resch, K. J. (2017): Quantum to classical transitions in causal relations.
      In: Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics) 95/6, No. 06102. (DOI)

    Other Publications

    Electronic Publication, Scientific
    • Ried, K.; Müller, T.; Briegel, Hans J. (2017): Modelling collective motion based on the principle of agency. (Web link)



    Lectures 2017

    Presentations at Conferences, Symposia, etc.

    Conference Lecture (Upon Registration)
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: The physics of locust swarms.
      Gemeinsame Jahrestagung von SPG und ÖPG 2017 (Swiss and Austrian Physical Societies), Genf, 2017-08-23. (Web link)

    Lecture at Summer-/Winterschool
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: Causality.
      Solstice of Foundations — ETH Zurich 2017 - Quantum foundations summer school, Zürich, 2017-06-18. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: "Reinforcement learning” and “Quantum projective Simulation".
      Quantum Machine Learning Summer School 2017, Drakensberg, 2017-01-27. (Web link)

    Poster Presentation
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K: Projective simulation: a physical model of learning agents.
      Workshop: Agency in the Physical Sciences in the frame of "The European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL2017)", Lyon, 2017-09-04. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: Projective simulation for modelling collective motion in animals.
      Winter School on Complex Networks: From Classical to Quantum, Obergurgl, 2017-04-04. (Web link)

    Guest Lectures

    Guest Lecture
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: Understanding locusts swarms with the help of learning agents.
      Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, 2017-11-30.

    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: Autonomous learning agents and what they can teach us about quantum mechanics, biology and more.
      Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, 2017-09-19. (Web link)

    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: A physical model of agency and its application to the problem of collective behaviour.
      Universität Konstanz, Konstanz, 2017-05-11. (Web link)



    Lectures 2016

    Presentations at Conferences, Symposia, etc.

    Conference Lecture (Upon Registration)
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: Coherence between causal relations.
      Quantum Networks Workshop: the physics of nonlocal events, Natal, 2016-11-24.

    Lecture at Project Meeting / Research Cooperation Meeting
    • Lecturer(s): Ried, K.: Causal modeling and what it can tell us about quantum mechanics.
      34. SFB FoQuS Meeting, Innsbruck, 2016-10-07. (Web link)