David Gross
ETH Zürich
Theoretische Physik
WolfgangPauliStrasse 27
8093 Zürich, Switzerland
+41 44 633 79 82
dagross (at) itp.phys.ethz.ch
(I am not dgross@...!)

I've been a postdoc at the Institute for Theoretial Physics at ETH Zürich. I have since left to start a group at the University of Freiburg (Germany).
I work on quantum physics and applied math.
featured publications

highdimensional data analysis

Recovering lowrank matrices from few
coefficients in any basis
D. Gross;
IEEE Trans. on Information
Theory 57, 1548 (2011), arXiv:0910.1879


mathematical physics

Index theory
of one dimensional quantum walks and cellular
automata
D. Gross, V. Nesme, H. Vogts, R.F. Werner;
Commun. Math. Phys. (in press),
arXiv:0910.3675
Hudson's Theorem for finitedimensional
quantum systems
D. Gross;
J. Math. Phys.
47, 122107 (2006), quantph/0602001


quantum computing

Measurementbased quantum computation beyond the
oneway model
D. Gross, J. Eisert, N. Schuch, and D. PerezGarcia;
Phys. Rev. A 76, 052315 (2007),
arXiv:0706.3401
Most quantum states are too entangled to be useful as
computational resources
D. Gross, S. Flammia, J. Eisert;
Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 190501 (2009)
arXiv:0810.4331


foundations of physics

All reversible dynamics in maximally nonlocal theories
are trivial
D. Gross, M. Mueller, R. Colbeck, and O. Dahlsten;
Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 080402 (2010),
arXiv:0910.1840


press coverage


Oddly, too much weirdness slows a quantum computer down
A. Cho,
Science 323, 1658 (2009)
Too entangled to compute oneway
D. Bacon,
Physics 2, 38 (2009)
Is entanglement always good for quantum computers?
H. Johnston,
Physics World, News, Nov 20,
2008
Quantum entanglement can be too much of a good thing
I.M. Vargas,
Science News, March 23, 2009
Bad news for quantum computers?
I. Durham,
The
Quantum Times (American Physical Society, topical group on quantum
information theory), quantum news and notes, Autumn, Winter 2008
Verschraenkung bremst Quantenrechner
R. Scharf,
prophysik,
20 May 2009
Most quantum states are too entangled to be useful as
computational resources
M. Marquit,
PhysOrg, May 2009
Most quantum states
are too entangled to be useful as computational resources
Research highlight,IP Qubit Applications, September 2009

