I am a researcher interested in theoretical computer science and information theory, currently at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai, India. I am broadly interested in questions with a probabilistic flavour, particularly in classical and quantum information theory and also in sampling algorithms.
My CV can be found here and my research statement can be found here.
The main focus of my research so far has been towards:
- Designing efficient protocols for entanglement transmission over quantum networks (for e.g. the quantum multiple access channel).
- Constructing perfect sampling algorithms i.e. algorithms that can produce a sample from a distribution over some combinatorial structure with zero error in total variation, in polynomial time.
I have been fortunate enough to be able to work on the problems related to quantum information theory with my advisor Pranab Sen. I have also collaborated with Siddharth Bhandari on questions related to sampling algorithms.
- The paper “One-shot inner bounds for sending private classical information over a quantum MAC “ has been accepted as a contributed talk at QIP 2022.
- I have received the Google PhD Fellowship 2021 for Quantum Computing. See this [Link] for more details.