Andrea W. Coladangelo

Hello, I am a fourth year PhD student at Caltech in the Computing and Mathematical Sciences department, advised by Thomas Vidick.
Previously, I received a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Oxford and a Master in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge.

My research interests are in Quantum Information, especially Bell inequalities, the power of quantum correlations, self-testing,
and their applications to quantum cryptography and to foundational questions in the theory of entanglement. I'm also interested in classical cryptography. In particular, problems that I like to think about are program obfuscation, delegating computations, and consensus algorithms.
For a more detailed survey of my interests and previous work, see this research statement from February 2019.

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Publications and preprints

(See my Google Scholar page for a more reliably up-to-date list)



I have been a teaching assistant for the following courses at Caltech:

Various other teaching:


Program Committees: QIP 2020

Refereed for conferences and journals: QIP 2017, QIP 2018, QIP 2019, IPS 2017, AQIS 2018, QPL 2018, CCC 2018, JOSA B, TQC 2019, FOCS 2019, QCrypt 2019