Research Scientist, Quantum Computing
Blegdamsvej 17, DK-2100 Copenhagen
Building B, room Bk11a
Si-Hui Tan is a Research Scientist at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, and a visiting Guest Researcher at NBIA. She completed her PhD in Physics at MIT in 2010, and was a scientist at the Data Storage Institute in Singapore previously.
Si-Hui’s research interests lie in quantum information science, which is at the intersection of quantum mechanics and information theory. Currently, she is focused on creating cryptographic primitives for secure delegated quantum computing, in which information can be processed by a server without the server learning about that information. Si-Hui is also interested in finding new ways of processing information in quantum optical systems, and exploring the potential of these systems in various applications.