Assistant Professor

Photon Science Center of The University of Tokyo

Email: fujii*qi.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp (replace "*" to "@")

Research interest: fault-tolerant quantum computation, physical implementation of quantum information processing, measurement-based quantum computation, computational classical-quantum boundary, classical simulatability, quantum dynamics in many-body quantum system, blind quantum computation

2006-2011 Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University

2016- current position

supervisor: Prof. Katsuji Yamamoto

PhD thesis:"Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation on Logical Cluster States" [Link]

2011-2013 Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University
PhD thesis:"Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation on Logical Cluster States" [Link]

Postdoctoral researcher at Prof. Imoto's Lab.

2013-2016 The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research, Kyoto University
2016- current position

[peer-reviewed journal]

"Measurement-Free Topological Protection Using Dissipative Feedback"

"Quantum algorithm for an additive approximation of Ising partition functions"

A. Matsuo,

"Hardness of Classically Simulating the One-Clean-Qubit Model"

T. Morimae,

"Secure entanglement distillation for double-server blind quantum computation"

T. Morimae and

“Quantum information and statistical mechanics: an introduction to frontier”

"Blind quantum computation protocol in which Alice only makes measurements",

T. Morimae and

"Measurement-Based Quantum Computation on Symmetry Breaking Thermal States" (selected to Editors’ suggestion),

"Duality analysis on random planar lattice",

M. Ohzeki and

"Blind topological measurement-based quantum computation",

T. Morimae and

"Error- and Loss-Tolerances of Surface Codes with General Lattice Structures"

"Not all physical errors can be linear CPTP maps in a correlation space",

T. Morimae and

"Computational Power and Correlation in Quantum Computational Tensor Network",

"Topologically protected measurement-based quantum computation on the thermal state of a nearest-neighbor two-body Hamiltonian with spin-3/2 particles",

"Robust and Scalable Scheme to Generate Large-Scale Entanglement Webs",

"Fault-Tolerant Topological One-Way Quantum Computation with Probabilistic Two-Qubit Gates",

"Topological One-Way Quantum Computation on Verified Logical Cluster States",

"Anti-Zeno effect for quantum transport in disordered systems",

"Cluster-based architecture for fault-tolerant quantum computation",

"Entanglement purification with double-selection",

[on arXiv]

"A distributed architecture for scalable quantum computation with realistically noisy devices"

“Quantum Commuting Circuits and Complexity of Ising Partition Functions”

"Computational quantum-classical boundary of commuting quantum circuits"

[conference proceedings]

"Fault-tolerant quantum computation in concatenation of verified cluster states",

"Robust One-Way Computer using Encoded Qubits",

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