Dr Ilya Sinayskiy

Dr Sinayskiy graduated in 2003 from the Samara State University (Russian Federation) where he also received his PhD (candidate of science in physics and mathematics) in 2006.

Starting in 2008, he was a post-doc with Prof Francesco Petruccione in Durban (UKZN). In 2009, Dr Sinayskiy was appointed as a Researcher at the National Institute for Theoretical Physics (KwaZulu-Natal node).
  NITheP Researcher
Discipline:   Physics
Campus:   Westville
  031 260 8133
Research Areas:   Open quantum systems, Quantum Information Processing, Quantum Optics
Recent Publications:   Quantum walks on graphs representing the firing patterns of a quantum neural network (with M. Schuld and F. Petruccione), Phys. Rev. A 89 032333 (2014).

Dissipative preparation of large W states in optical cavities (with R. Sweke and F. Petruccione), Phys. Rev. A 87, 042323 (2013).

Open Quantum Random Walks (with F. Petruccione, S.Attal and C. Sabot), J Stat Phys (2012).

Decoherence-Assisted Transport in a Dimer System (with F. Petruccione, A. Marais and A. Ekert), Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 020602 (2012).

"Dynamics of nonequilibrium thermal entanglement (with F. Petruccione and D. Burgarth), Phys. Rev. A 78, 062301 (2008).


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