Omar Fawzi

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Omar Fawzi
LIP, ENS de Lyon
46 Allee d'Italie
69364 Lyon Cedex 07
France
Email: omar.fawzi -at- ens-lyon.fr
Office: Monod 314 S

Omar Fawzi

Research group

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We gratefully acknowledge funding from the French National Research Agency via Project No. ANR-18-CE47-0011 ACOM and starting from January 2021 from the ERC Starting Grant AlgoQIP.

Postdoctoral researchers

  1. Ala Shayeghi (09/2020 - ).
  2. Peter Brown (12/2019 - ).

PhD students

  1. Aadil Oufkir (09/2020 - ). Co-advising with Nicolas Flammarion (EPFL) and Aurélien Garivier.
  2. Paul Fermé (02/2020 - ).
  3. Lucien Groues (Inria Paris, 10/2019 - ). Co-advising with Anthony Leverrier (Inria Paris)
  4. Hoang-Duy Ta (10/2019 - ).
  5. Antoine Grospellier (Inria Paris, 09/2016 - 09/2019). Co-advising with Anthony Leverrier (Inria Paris).
    Thesis title: Constant-Time Decoding of Quantum Expander Codes and Application to Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computation.

Licence/Master students

  1. Hoang-Duy Ta (02/2019 - 06/2019): Multiparty communication complexity and tensor rank methods,
  2. Daniel Szilagyi (05/2018 - 07/2018): Algorithms for optimal classical-quantum codes, lead to this paper
  3. Emirhan Gurpinar (02/2018 - 06/2018): Complexity of list-decoding, lead to this paper
  4. Jean-Yves Franceschi (09/2017 - 02/2018): Adverserial vs random perturbations in image classification, lead to this paper
  5. Léo Collisson (05/2016 - 06/2016): Differential privacy for quantum algorithms
  6. Paul Fermé (02/2016 - 06/2016): Random Numbers from Bell inequalities: Eve's Memory Matters
  7. Antoine Grospellier (02/2016 - 06/2016): Intrication quantique pour la correction du bruit d'un canal de communication
  8. Paul Fermé (Caltech): Randomness Extractors: Complexity and Relaxations
  9. Lukas Drescher (ETHZ): Simultaneous min-entropy smoothing on multiparty systems, lead to this paper