Resume

E-mail : degorre at lri dot fr

  • Research Fellow at  Cryptography and Quantum Information Group
    Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland.

Work Experience

  • Freelance Science Writer (popular science book) 
    Founder of NGO (research-without-border)
    based at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Research Fellow at Interdisciplinary Theory Group
    Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  • Research Fellow at University of Edinburgh, Computer science department, UK.
  • CNRS research fellow. CAPP Team, LIG, Grenoble, France.

Education

  • PhD In Quantum Information : Quantifying the non-locality.   (With highest honors)
    In Co-supervision
    Laboratory for Quantum and Theoretical Computer Science, Univ. de Montreal, Canada
    Laboratory for Computer Science, Univ. Paris Sud, Orsay, France.

    With jury composed of :

    Brassard Gilles – Professor | PhD Supervisor – Montreal
    Santha Miklos – Research Director | PhD co-Supervisor – Orsay
    Nicolas Cerf – Professor | Referee – Bruxelles
    Wolf Stefan – Professor | Referee – Zurich
    Laplante Sophie – Professor – Orsay

  • Master (DEA) Theoretical Physic speciality Mathematics (master)
    Centre de Physique Théorique, Université méditerranée, Marseille
  • MAGISTERE second year – Fundamental Physic (Master)
    Master physique recherche, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble
    Upper second class Honors.
  • MAGISTERE first year – Physic (Bachelor)
    Licence physique recherche, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble
    Upper second class Honors.
  • DEUG Math-Physics (Bachelor) University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
    second class Honors.

Price et fellowship

  • A.T.E.R Ministere de l’Education Nationale, de la Recherche et de la Technologie, France.
  • Fellowship doctorate. Ministere de l’Education Nationale, Recherche et Technologie, France
  • Fellowship Marseille. Ministere de l’Education Nationale, de la Recherche.
  • Fellowship Canada. Conseil regional de la region Rhone-Alpes

Teaching

  1. Supervisor of master student Xin Yee Lam. Project “From Quantum teleportation to TelePOVM”
  2. Lectures on Non locality, Introduction of Quantum Information National University.
  3. Non locality in Quantum Information.
    ENS Lyon, dep. Informatique Ecole d’hiver en Informatique
    Fondamentale Nouveaux paradigmes de calcul : modèles physiques de calcul, algorithmique efficace
  4. Quantum Non locality and Causality an introduction.
    Edinburgh University, School of Computer science.
  1. Assistant Professor (ATER), University of Paris Sud, IUT Orsay .
  2. Lecturer, University of Paris Sud, IUT Orsay .
    1. Démonstrateur (travaux diriges) du cours Algorithmique et programmation.
    2. Travaux Pratiques d’Architecture des Ordinateurs.
      Superviseur de projet : Physique et Informatique Quantique.
    3. Travaux Diriges et Travaux Pratiques de Système Réseau première année.
    4. Travaux Pratiques d’Algorithmique et programmation
      Travaux Diriges et Travaux Pratiques de Système Réseau première année.

Publications

(Archive Pre-print)

  • Bell Correlations and the Common Future.
    Ämin Baumeler, Julien Degorre, and Stefan Wolf .
    arXiv:1708.04194 [quant-ph], 2017 (8 pages). To appear in the special issue devoted to Växjö 2017 conference.

(Journal with referees)

  • Classical simulation of traceless binary observables on any bipartite quantum state.
    Julien Degorre, Sophie Laplante, and Jeremie Roland.
    Physical Review A, 75 :012309, 2007 (7 pages)
  • The communication complexity of non-signaling distributions
    Julien Degorre, Marc Kaplan, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland.
    Quantum Information and Computation, 11(7-8) :649-676, 2011 (25 pages)
  • Simulating quantum correlations as a distributed sampling problem.
    Julien Degorre, Sophie Laplante, and Jeremie Roland.
    Physical Review A, 72 :062314, 2005 (13 pages).
  • An intuitive approach for the simulation of quantum correlations.
    Julien Degorre and Jérémie Roland.
    26th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux , p197-204, 2005. (8 pages).

(Invited Viewpoint paper)

  • Bell inequalities and the characterization of non-locality.
    Julien Degorre.
    Published online, Faacets.com, on 4 February 2014.

(Conference with referees or invited speaker)

  • Cost of non locality.
    Julien Degorre.
    Invited speaker in Conference DimWit, Quantum Information Centre in Gdansk, Sopot, 2014
  • Correlation VS Non linearity in Closed Time like Curve.
    Julien Degorre, Damian Markham.
    Invited speaker in Conference ’les Treilles’ on Closed Time likes Curves, 2013
  • A combinatorial approach of non locality
    Julien Degorre, Mehdi Mhalla.
    Recent Progress in the Theoretical and Experimental Foundations of Quantum Technology, Durdan 2010. (8 pages)
  • The communication complexity of non-signaling distributions.
    In 34th International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS’09), volume 5734 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 270-281. Springer, 2009 (11 pages)
  • Simulating causal distribution.
    Julien Degorre, Sophie Laplante, and Jeremie Roland.
    Quantum Information Processing (Q.I.P.) 2007. Delhi, India (20 pages)
  • Simulating quantum correlations as a distributed sampling problem.
    Julien Degorre, Sophie Laplante, and Jeremie Roland.
    Quantum Information Processing (Q.I.P.) 2006. Paris, France (14 pages)

(In Preparation)

  •  Combinatory condition for n-partite non-local correlations.
    Julien Degorre, Mehdi Mhalla.
  • Causal correlation and Non linearity in Closed Time like Curve.
    Julien Degorre, Damian Markham.
  • Simulating arbitrary qdits correlations with 1 bit and 1 nlbit.
    Julien Degorre.
  • Some useful strong causal correlation.
    Julien Degorre.
  • Cost of non locality, Steering as a sampling problem.
    Julien Degorre and Xiangjun Ye.

Research Activities

  • Program Committee, Computation and cryptography with qu-bits 2017
    Juin 2017, Kazan, Russia.
  • Program Committee, International Conference Foun.Qi.2
    Foundational principles in Quantum Information  Juin 2012, Orleans.
  • Referee work for
    • Scientific Reports – Nature Research
    • IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory
    • International Journal of Quantum Information
  • Founder of NGO research without Border
    (work in progress)
  • Founder and organizer of the International Conference Foun.Qi.
    From causality to complexity : Foundational principles in Quantum Information.
    Juin 2009, Grenoble.
  • Participation in the organization of the international Conference, QIP, Quantum Information Processing Paris 2006.

Selected talks

  1. Interpretation of Quantum Physics is contextual through history:
    Copenhagen-interpretation myth and others “bizarrerie”.  Gandria Natural Philosophy Workshop- 2017, Switzerland.

  2. A necessary and sufficient combinatorial condition of n parties causal non-local correlations – University of Lugano, Switzerland.
  3. Non linear vs Causality vs non local quantum correlations – University of Lugano, Switzerland.
  4. Cost of Non locality – Centre of Quantum Information, University of Gdansk,  Poland.-Invited talk-
  5. CTCs, Non linear boxes vs Quantum Correlations – University Automona of Barcelona, Spain.
  6. Non linearity, Closed Time like Curves and Quantum Correlation
    Conference at Les treilles “Closed time like Curves”, Les treilles. -Invited talk-
  7. Quantum Steering – National University of Singapore , Singapore.
  8. Characterizing the Causal correlations – Non-local meeting- National University of Singapore.
  9. Non locality Games and Quantum correlations – National University of Mongolia, Mongolia.
  10. From non-locality to causality – LTCI, Télécom ParisTech, Paris. -Invited-
  11. A combinatorial approach of non locality
    Theoretical and Exp. Foundations of Quantum Technology, Durdan South Africa 2010
  12. Closed Time Like Curves and Quantum Information – National University of Singapore , Singapore.
  13. Non locality and combinatory – département d’informatique université Édimbourg, UK.
  14. Non locality as a ressource – Laboratoire de Physique des particules LAPP, Annecy, France. -Invited-
  15. Combinatorial approach of causality
    Centre of Quantum Technologies, University of Singapore.-Invited-
  16. Bounding quantum non-locality : from Bell inequalities to non-local games
    ou Comment l’informatique théorique devient un outil au service de la physique ?
    Atelier Quantique Laboratoire louis Neel, CNRS Grenoble.
  17. Introduction to non local complexity – QICS conference Workshop Saint pierre en Chartreuse, France.
  18. Characterizing non-locality. – L.I.G, CNRS Grenoble. -Invited-
  19. Feynman rescues non locality. – L.I.T.Q, Université de Montreal.
  20. Simulation of Bipartite Qudit Correlations – conference C.Q.I.S.C, Université de Calgary.
  21. Simulating quantum correlations as a distributed sampling problem Quantum Information Processing (Q.I.P.) 2006 – Paris
  22. La simulation des correlations quantiques se réduit à un problème d’échantillonnage.

    Université libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles

  23. Simulating quantum correlation. Journée Quantique and Co. école Normale Supérieure, Lyon
  24. Simuler les mesures POVM à l’aide des boites non locales et de la communication

    L. I. T. Q. Université de Montréal, Montréal

  25. Pseudo quantum cloning of orthogonal bipartite Qubits.

    L. I. T. Q. Université de Montréal, Montréal

  26. Quantum behavior of Josephson junction in a electromagnetism environment.

    Laboratoire de Physique et Modélisation des Milieux Condenses, Grenoble

  27. Decoherence and gravity, a deeper explanation of wave packet collapse.

    Centre de Physique Théorique –  ” Relativity Lunch “, Marseille

  28. The different interpretation of Quantum physics and the measurement problem.

    Université Joseph Fourier – association ” Physis Orbis “, Grenoble

    General public conference

  29. Quantum Computing : reality beyond fiction ?

    Conférencier invité Assemblée Générale de l’aDIRC (association des décideurs informatiques de la Région Centre), Orléans, France

Master Thesis and other project

  1. Effect of the environement on the coherent quantum dynamic of Josephson Junction in order to avoid decoherence on Qubits.
    Thesis of Master in Theoretical Physics
    Supervisor : Franck Hekking
    Laboratoire de la Matière Condensée, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble
  2. Decoherence in Quantum physics, causes and interpretations.
    Thesis of Master in Quantum Computing.
    Supervisor : Gilles Brassard
    Laboratoire Informatique Theorique et Quantique, University of Montréal.
  3. Numeric Simulation and study of a quantum particle’s propagation inside a wave guide with variable walls.
    Internship during Master
    Supervisor : Claude Gignoux
    Institut des sciences nucléaires, Grenoble
  4. Studying Chaotic behavior of Pool table with a variable shape.
    Master/bachelor and personal Project.