Quantum teleportation, as a key protocol for quantum communication and quantum computing, demonstrates the stark difference between quantum and classical information transmission. An ideal teleportation protocol requires a pure maximally entangled state as the teleportation channel, while in real implementations the shared entanglement is severely degraded due to decoherence. In this talk, I will demonstrate how the utilization of weak measurement and environment-assisted measurement can enhance the performance of teleportation in the presence of noise to a considerable extent.
Sajede Harraz is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). She received her Ph.D. in quantum system control from USTC in 2018. Prior to that, she received her M.Sc. degree in network security from Sharif University of Technology. Her current research interests include quantum state estimation, quantum state protection, and quantum communications through noisy channels.