Jérémie Roland

Email:  Jeremie.Roland (at) ulb.be 

Phone:  +3226502875  
Fax:  +3226502941  
Address: 
QuIC  Ecole Polytechnique de Bruxelles Université Libre de Bruxelles 50 av. F. D. Roosevelt  CP 165/59 B1050 Bruxelles Belgique 
Short biography
 Born in Brussels in 1976.
 In 1994, he began to study engineering at the University of Brussels (ULB).
 From 1996 to 1998, he studied at the Ecole Centrale de Lille (France) as part of the TIME doublegraduating exchange program.
 In 1999, he graduated as Engineer in Physics at the University of Brussels and simultaneously as Engineer at the Ecole Centrale de Lille.
 In 2000, he got a degree of Advanced Studies (DEA) in Theoretical Physics at the ULB.
 From 2000 to 2004, he did a PhD thesis at QuIC, where he also worked as a teaching assistant for courses of information theory and quantum physics.
 From 2004 to 2006, he held a postdoctoral position at the Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique in Orsay, France.
 From January to December 2007, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher of the University of California, Berkeley, USA.
 From January to May 2008, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher of the Belgian FNRS, based at the University of Brussels.
 From May 2008 to August 2011, he was a Research Staff Member at NEC Laboratories America in Princeton, USA.
Teaching
 Since 2021 Analyse II (MATHH2000)  partim: part b
 Since 2015 Information, Coding, Computing and Complexity Theory (INFOH422)  partim: Computing and Complexity Theory
 Since 2013 Compléments de programmation et d'algorithmique (INFOH304)
 Since 2012 Quantum information and computation (INFOH514)  partim: Quantum computation
 Since 2012 Examen spécial d'admission en Polytechnique  Géométrie
 20162021 Signaux et Systèmes (MATHH3001)  partim: Exercices
 20152021 Analyse complexe et calcul numérique (MATHH302)  partim: Analyse complexe
Research interests
 Quantum algorithms
 Quantum walks
 Adiabatic quantum computation
 Quantum query complexity
 Quantum nonlocality
 Quantum communication complexity
 Quantum cryptographic primitives
Selected talks
 Finding a marked node on any graph by continuous time quantum walk. Quantum Walks and Information Tasks in Banff (Canada), April 24, 2019. [PDF  Video]
 The quantum query complexity of sorting under partial information. Conference on "Quantum Information Theory" at Institut Henri Poincaré (Paris, France), December 1115,2017. [PDF  Video]
 A universal adiabatic quantum query algorithm. Quantum Random Walks and Quantum Algorithms, Lorentz Center, Leiden (Netherlands), December 11, 2015. [PDF]
 Quantum algorithms based on quantum walks. IQC Colloquium at UWaterloo (Canada), July 28, 2014. [PDF]
 Quantum query complexity: Adversaries, polynomials and direct product theorems. The 3rd Heilbronn Quantum Algorithms Day in Bristol (UK), April 25, 2013. [PDF]
 Quantum algorithms based on quantum walks. Quantum Walks in Grenoble (France), November 1314, 2012. [PDF]
 Quantum query complexity: Adversaries, polynomials and direct product theorems. Recent Progress in Quantum Algorithms at IQC (Waterloo, Canada), April 1113, 2012. [PDF  Video]
 Quantum rejection sampling. First NASA Quantum Future Technologies Conference at NASA Ames Research Center (USA), January 1721, 2012. [PDF  Video]
 Quantum rejection sampling. 15th Workshop on Quantum Information Processing (QIP'12) in Montréal (Canada), December 1216, 2011. [PDF  Video]
 Finding is as easy as detecting for quantum walks. 14th Workshop on Quantum Information Processing (QIP'11) in Singapore, January 89, 2011. [PDF  Video]
 Anderson localization and adiabatic quantum optimization. Workshop on Rare Events in Computational, Financial and Physical Sciences at Princeton University (USA), October 2122, 2010. [PDF]
 Anderson localization and adiabatic quantum optimization. Workshop on Random Matrix Techniques in Quantum Information Theory at Perimeter Institute (Waterloo, Canada), July 46, 2010. [ Video ]
 The communication complexity of nonsignaling distributions. Workshop on Foundational Principles in Quantum Information (FounQI'09) in Grenoble (France), June 1517, 2009. [PDF]
 Search via quantum walk. 39th ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC'07) in San Diego (USA), June 1113, 2007. [PDF]
Publications
[1]  XiaoMin Hu, Yi Xie, Atul Singh Arora, MingZhong Ai, Kishor Bharti, Jie Zhang, Wei Wu, PingXing Chen, JinMing Cui, BiHeng Liu, YunFeng Huang, ChuanFeng Li, GuangCan Guo, Jérémie Roland, Adán Cabello, and LeongChuan Kwek. Selftesting of a single quantum system: Theory and experiment. arXiv eprints, arXiv:2203.09003, 2022. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[2]  Simon Apers, Shantanav Chakraborty, Leonardo Novo, and Jérémie Roland. Quadratic speedup for spatial search by continuoustime quantum walk. arXiv eprints, arXiv:2112.12746, 2021. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[3]  Atul Singh Arora, Jérémie Roland, and Chrysoula Vlachou. Analytic quantum weak coin flipping protocols with arbitrarily small bias. In Proceedings of the 2021 ACMSIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA), pages 919938, 2021. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[4]  Shantanav Chakraborty, Leonardo Novo, and Jérémie Roland. Optimality of spatial search via continuoustime quantum walks. Phys. Rev. A, 102:032214, 2020. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[5]  Shantanav Chakraborty, Leonardo Novo, and Jérémie Roland. Finding a marked node on any graph via continuoustime quantum walks. Phys. Rev. A, 102:022227, 2020. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[6]  Shantanav Chakraborty, Kyle Luh, and Jérémie Roland. Analog quantum algorithms for the mixing of markov chains. Physical Review A, 102:022423, 2020. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[7]  Kishor Bharti, Atul Singh Arora, Leong Chuan Kwek, and Jérémie Roland. Uniqueness of all fundamental noncontextuality inequalities. Physical Review Research, 2:033010, 2020. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[8]  Shantanav Chakraborty, Kyle Luh, and Jérémie Roland. How fast do quantum walks mix? Physical Review Letters, 124(5):050501, 2020. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[9]  Jean Cardinal, Gwenaël Joret, and Jérémie Roland. Informationtheoretic lower bounds for quantum sorting. arXiv eprints, arXiv:1902.06473, 2019. [ arXiv ] 
[10]  Atul Singh Arora, Jérémie Roland, and Stephan Weis. Quantum weak coin flipping. In 51st ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC'19), pages 205216, 2019. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[11]  Sophie Laplante, Mathieu Laurière, Alexandre Nolin, Jérémie Roland, and Gabriel Senno. Robust Bell inequalities from communication complexity. Quantum, 2:72, 2018. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[12]  Lila Fontes, Rahul Jain, Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante, Mathieu Laurière, and Jérémie Roland. Relative discrepancy does not separate information and communication complexity. ACM Transactions on Computation Theory, 9(1):4:14:15, 2016. Best of 2016 award. [ DOI ] 
[13]  Sophie Laplante, Mathieu Laurière, Alexandre Nolin, Jérémie Roland, and Gabriel Senno. Robust Bell inequalities from communication complexity. In 11th Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC 2016), volume 61 of Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs), pages 5:15:24, 2016. [ arXiv  http ] 
[14]  Mathieu Brandeho and Jérémie Roland. A universal adiabatic quantum query algorithm. In 10th Conference on the Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC'15), volume 44 of Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs), pages 163179, 2015. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[15]  Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante, Virginie Lerays, Jérémie Roland, and David Xiao. Lower bounds on information complexity via zerocommunication protocols and applications. SIAM Journal on Computing, 44(5):15501572, 2015. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[16]  Lila Fontes, Rahul Jain, Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante, Mathieu Laurière, and Jérémie Roland. Relative Discrepancy does not separate Information and Communication Complexity. In 42nd International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP'15), volume 9134 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 506516. Springer, 2015. [ DOI  http ] 
[17]  Hari Krovi, Frédéric Magniez, Maris Ozols, and Jérémie Roland. Quantum walks can find a marked element on any graph. Algorithmica, 74(2):851907, 2015. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[18]  Loïck Magnin and Jérémie Roland. Explicit relation between all lower bound techniques for quantum query complexity. International Journal of Quantum Information, 13(4):1350059, 2015. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[19]  Maris Ozols, Martin Roetteler, and Jérémie Roland. Quantum rejection sampling. ACM Transactions on Computation Theory, 5(3):11:111:33, 2013. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[20]  Troy Lee and Jérémie Roland. A strong direct product theorem for quantum query complexity. Computational Complexity, 22(2):429462, 2013. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[21]  Loïck Magnin and Jérémie Roland. Explicit relation between all lower bound techniques for quantum query complexity. In 30th International Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science (STACS'13), pages 434445, 2013. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[22]  Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante, Virginie Lerays, Jérémie Roland, and David Xiao. Lower bounds on information complexity via zerocommunication protocols and applications. In 53rd Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS'12), pages 500509, 2012. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[23]  Sophie Laplante, Virginie Lerays, and Jérémie Roland. Classical and quantum partition bound and detector inefficiency. In 39th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP'12), volume 7391 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 617628. Springer, 2012. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[24]  Troy Lee and Jérémie Roland. A strong direct product theorem for quantum query complexity. In 27th IEEE Conference on Computational Complexity (CCC'12), pages 236246. IEEE, 2012. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[25]  Maris Ozols, Martin Roetteler, and Jérémie Roland. Quantum rejection sampling. In 3rd Conference on Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS'12), pages 290308. ACM Press, 2012. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[26]  Dmitry Gavinsky, Martin Roetteler, and Jérémie Roland. Quantum algorithm for the Boolean hidden shift problem. In 17th International Computing & Combinatorics Conference (COCOON'11), volume 6842 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 158167. Springer, 2011. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[27]  Andris Ambainis, Loïck Magnin, Martin Roetteler, and Jérémie Roland. Symmetryassisted adversaries for quantum state generation. In 26th IEEE Conference on Computational Complexity (CCC'11), pages 167177, 2011. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[28]  Julien Degorre, Marc Kaplan, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland. The communication complexity of nonsignaling distributions. Quantum Information & Computation, 11(7&8):649676, 2011. [ arXiv  http ] 
[29]  Frédéric Magniez, Ashwin Nayak, Jérémie Roland, and Miklos Santha. Search via quantum walk. SIAM Journal on Computing, 40(1):142164, 2011. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[30]  Marc Kaplan, Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland. Nonlocal box complexity and secure function evaluation. Quantum Information & Computation, 11(1&2):4069, 2011. [ arXiv  http ] 
[31]  Hari Krovi, Maris Ozols, and Jérémie Roland. Adiabatic condition and the quantum hitting time of Markov chains. Physical Review A, 82(2):022333, 2010. Highlighted in the online APS Journal Physics. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[32]  Hari Krovi, Frédéric Magniez, Maris Ozols, and Jérémie Roland. Finding is as easy as detecting for quantum walks. In 37th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP'10), volume 6198 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 540551. Springer, 2010. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[33]  Boris Altshuler, Hari Krovi, and Jérémie Roland. Anderson localization makes adiabatic quantum optimization fail. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107(28):1244612450, 2010. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[34]  Marc Kaplan, Iordanis Kerenidis, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland. Nonlocal box complexity and secure function evaluation. In IARCS Annual Conference on Foundations of Software Technology and Theoretical Computer Science (FSTTCS'09), volume 4 of Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPICs), pages 239250. Schloss Dagstuhl, 2009. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[35]  Boris Altshuler, Hari Krovi, and Jérémie Roland. Adiabatic quantum optimization fails for random instances of NPcomplete problems. Technical Report 2009L128, NEC Laboratories America, 2009. [ arXiv ] 
[36]  Julien Degorre, Marc Kaplan, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland. The communication complexity of nonsignaling distributions. In 34th International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS'09), volume 5734 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 270281. Springer, 2009. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[37]  Jérémie Roland and Mario Szegedy. Amortized communication complexity of distributions. In 36th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP'09), volume 5555 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 738749. Springer, 2009. [ DOI ] 
[38]  Olga Lopez Acevedo, Jérémie Roland, and Nicolas J. Cerf. Exploring scalar quantum walks on Cayley graphs. Quantum Information & Computation, 8(1&2):6881, 2008. [ arXiv  http ] 
[39]  Julien Degorre, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland. Classical simulation of traceless binary observables on any bipartite quantum state. Physical Review A, 75:012309, 2007. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[40]  Frédéric Magniez, Ashwin Nayak, Jérémie Roland, and Miklos Santha. Search via quantum walk. In 39th ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC'07), pages 575584, 2007. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[41]  Sofyan Iblisdir and Jérémie Roland. Optimal finite measurements and Gauss quadratures. Physics Letters A, 358(56):368372, 2006. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[42]  Nicolas J. Cerf, Julien Clavareau, Jérémie Roland, and Chiara Macchiavello. Information transmission via entangled quantum states in Gaussian channels with memory. International Journal of Quantum Information, 4(3):439452, 2006. Proceedings of the International Workshop “Quantum Entanglement in Physical and Information Sciences” (December 1418, 2004, Pisa, Italy). [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[43]  Julien Degorre and Jérémie Roland. An intuitive approach for the simulation of quantum correlations. In 26th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, 2005. [ .pdf ] 
[44]  Julien Degorre, Sophie Laplante, and Jérémie Roland. Simulating quantum correlations as a distributed sampling problem. Physical Review A, 72:062314, 2005. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[45]  Nicolas J. Cerf, Julien Clavareau, Chiara Macchiavello, and Jérémie Roland. Quantum entanglement enhances the capacity of bosonic channels with memory. Physical Review A, 72:042330, 2005. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[46]  Jérémie Roland and Nicolas J. Cerf. Noise resistance of adiabatic quantum computation using random matrix theory. Physical Review A, 71:032330, 2005. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[47]  Jérémie Roland. Adiabatic Quantum Computation. PhD thesis, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 2004. [ .pdf ] 
[48]  Jérémie Roland and Nicolas J. Cerf. Adiabatic quantum search algorithm for structured problems. Physical Review A, 68:062312, 2003. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[49]  Jérémie Roland and Nicolas J. Cerf. Quantumcircuit model of Hamiltonian search algorithms. Physical Review A, 68:062311, 2003. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[50]  Serge Massar, Stefano Pironio, Jérémie Roland, and Bernard Gisin. Bell inequalities resistant to detector inefficiency. Physical Review A, 66:052112, 2002. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[51]  Jérémie Roland and Nicolas J. Cerf. Quantum search by local adiabatic evolution. Physical Review A, 65:042308, 2002. [ DOI  arXiv ] 
[52]  Michel Hesse, Jérémie Roland, and Daniel Baye. Solving the resonatinggroup equation on a Lagrange mesh. Nuclear Physics A, 709:184200, 2002. [ DOI ] 
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