Noé Delorme

I am currently a Ph.D. student working on quantum computation under the supervison of Simon Perdrix in the MOCQUA research team at INRIA. My academic areas of interest are quantum computation, computational complexity theory and theoretical computer science in general.

Publications & Preprints

Minimal Equational Theories for Quantum Circuits. With Alexandre Clément and Simon Perdrix at LICS’24 (39th Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science).
arXiv:2311.07476 doi:10.1145/3661814.3662088

Quantum Circuit Completeness: Extensions and Simplifications. With Alexandre Clément, Simon Perdrix, and Renaud Vilmart at CSL’24 (32nd Annual EACSL Conference on Computer Science Logic).
arXiv:2303.03117 doi:10.4230/LIPIcs.CSL.2024.20

Master's Thesis: Simplification of Complete Equational Theories for Quantum Circuits With and Without Ancillae. Supervised by Simon Perdrix and Christian Mendl. Master's thesis for the Technical University of Munich and Télécom Paris.

Presentation & Talks

16th July 2024: "Minimal Equational Theories for Quantum Circuits" at QPL’24 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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9th July 2024: "Minimal Equational Theories for Quantum Circuits" at LICS’24 in Tallinn, Estonia.
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20th Feb. 2024: "Quantum Circuit Completeness: Extensions and Simplifications" at CSL’24 in Naples, Italy.
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14th Nov. 2023: "Minimal Equational Theories for Quantum Circuits" at the Workshop Defi EQIP 2023 in Lyon, France.
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Last update on 17th July 2024.