# Dr. Dai Jibo

Scientific Project Coordinator (CQT, NUS) & Quantum Talent, National Quantum Computing Hub (NQCH)

## Publications

- G. Maslennikov, S. Ding, R. Hablutzel, J Gan, A.Roulet, S. Nimmrichter, J. Dai, V. Scarani, D. Matsukevich. (2019). Quantum absorption refrigerator with trapped ions.
*Nature Communications***10**202 - L.Y. Len, J. Dai, B.-G. Englert, Leonid A. Krivitsky. (2018). Unambiguous path discrimination in a two-path interferometer.
*Phys. Rev. A***98**022110 - S. Nimmrichter, J. Dai, A.Roulet, V. Scarani. (2017). Quantum and classical dynamics of a three-mode absorption refrigerator.
*Quantum***1**37 - B.-G. Englert, Kelvin Horia, J. Dai, L.Y. Len, H.K. Ng. (2017). Past of a quantum particle revisited.
*Phys. Rev. A***96**022126 - A. Shu, J. Dai, V. Scarani. (2017). The power of an optical Maxwell demon.
*Phys. Rev. A***95**022123 - J. Dai, L.Y. Len, H.K. Ng. (2016). Initial system-bath state via the maximum-entropy principle.
*Phys. Rev. A***94**052112 - J. Dai, A.Roulet, Le Huy Nguyen, V. Scarani. (2015). Rectification of light in the quantum regime.
*Phys. Rev. A***92**063848 - J. Dai, L.Y. Len, Y.S. Teo, B.-G. Englert, Leonid A. Krivitsky. (2014). Experimental detection of entanglement with optimal-witness families.
*Phys. Rev. Lett.***113**170402 - J. Dai, L.Y. Len, Y.S. Teo, Leonid A. Krivitsky, B.-G. Englert. (2013). Controllable generation of mixed two-photon states.
*New J. Phys.***15**063011

## Organizations

The Centre for Quantum Technologies

## Courses

Welcome to Quantum Mechanics I

Why are there intrinsic probabilities for quantum event and how we get them from the quantum formalism? How do we describe quantum systems and how do we deal with their physical properties?

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Beginner

Everyone

Welcome to Quantum Mechanics II

In the second introductory course, we explore further two-qubit state space and entanglement. The concept of indistinguishability of fundamental particles are also discussed.

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Beginner

Impossible Machines in Quantum Mechanics

In this course, we talk about four quantum machines that are impossible to build. We give a simple proof to one of them and show how they other three can be proven by induction.

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Intermediate

Uncertainty Relations

In this course, we give a more in-depth account of the uncertainty relations by discussing different types of uncertainties and how these uncertainty relations are related.

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Intermediate

Advanced

Introduction to Quantum Information

This course is to communicate a basic understanding of the key concepts in quantum information and computing, to understand how these concepts come about and their consequences.

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Beginner

Everyone

Introduction to Quantum Computing

In this course, we introduce basic notions of quantum computing. Single-qubit and two-qubit gates are studied in details, followed by Deutsch, Deutsch-Jozsa, and Grover algorithms and teleportation.

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Beginner

Introduction to Quantum Phase Transition

In this course, beginning with a brief recap of thermal phase transition, we explain what is a quantum phase transition. We then illustrate the concept with an example of a linear chain of particles.

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Beginner

Quantum Error Correction

This is a course on introduction to quantum error correction.

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Beginner

Pagination