List of Publications

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  1. Ph. Faist, T. Sagawa, K. Kato, H. Nagaoka, and F. G. S. L. Brandão, Macroscopic Thermodynamic Reversibility in Quantum Many-Body Systems. ArXiv e-prints 2019. arXiv:1907.05651
  2. T. Sagawa, Ph. Faist, K. Kato, K. Matsumoto, H. Nagaoka, and F. G. S. L. Brandao, Asymptotic Reversibility of Thermal Operations for Interacting Quantum Spin Systems via Generalized Quantum Stein's Lemma. ArXiv e-prints 2019. arXiv:1907.05650
  3. Ph. Faist, M. Berta, and F. Brandão, Thermodynamic Capacity of Quantum Processes. Physical Review Letters 122:20 200601 2019. arXiv:1807.05610
  4. L. P. Thinh, Ph. Faist, J. Helsen, D. Elkouss, and S. Wehner, Practical and reliable error bars for quantum process tomography. Physical Review A 99:5 052311 2019. arXiv:1808.00358
  5. Ph. Faist, S. Nezami, V. V. Albert, G. Salton, F. Pastawski, P. Hayden, and J. Preskill, Continuous symmetries and approximate quantum error correction. ArXiv e-prints 2019. arXiv:1902.07714
  6. E. Hinds Mingo, Y. Guryanova, Ph. Faist, and D. Jennings, Quantum thermodynamics with multiple conserved quantities. In Thermodynamics in the Quantum Regime (F. Binder et al., eds.), Springer 2018. arXiv:1806.08325
  7. M. Weilenmann, L. Krämer Gabriel, Ph. Faist, and R. Renner, Smooth entropy in axiomatic thermodynamics. ArXiv e-prints 2018. arXiv:1807.07583
  8. C. Sparaciari, L. del Rio, C. M. Scandolo, Ph. Faist, and J. Oppenheim, The first law of general quantum resource theories. ArXiv e-prints 2018. arXiv:1806.04937
  9. Ph. Faist and R. Renner, Fundamental Work Cost of Quantum Processes. Physical Review X 8 021011 2018. arXiv:1709.00506. Media coverage by ETH Zurich, phys.org, and others
  10. M. Weilenmann, L. Kraemer, Ph. Faist, and R. Renner, Axiomatic Relation between Thermodynamic and Information-Theoretic Entropies. Physical Review Letters 117:26 260601 2016. Editor's Suggestion. arXiv:1501.06920
  11. Ph. Faist, Quantum Coarse-Graining: An Information-Theoretic Approach to Thermodynamics. Ph. D. thesis, ETH Zurich 2016. arXiv:1607.03104
  12. N. Yunger Halpern, Ph. Faist, J. Oppenheim, and A. Winter, Microcanonical and resource-theoretic derivations of the thermal state of a quantum system with noncommuting charges. Nature Communications 7 12051 2016. arXiv:1512.01189
  13. Ph. Faist and R. Renner, Practical and Reliable Error Bars in Quantum Tomography. Physical Review Letters 117:1 010404 2016. arXiv:1509.06763
  14. Ph. Faist, F. Dupuis, J. Oppenheim, and R. Renner, The minimal work cost of information processing. Nature Communications 6 7669 2015. arXiv:1211.1037
  15. Ph. Faist, J. Oppenheim, and R. Renner, Gibbs-preserving maps outperform thermal operations in the quantum regime. New Journal of Physics 17:4 043003 2015. arXiv:1406.3618
  16. F. Dupuis, L. Kraemer, Ph. Faist, J. M. Renes, and R. Renner, Generalized Entropies. In XVIIth International Congress on Mathematical Physics 2013. arXiv:1211.3141