**Koenraad
Audenaert’s Home Page**

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**Hi! **I am Koenraad Audenaert.

I was born in Eeklo (Belgium) on July 1^{st} 1965.

I am
married to Karen, and we have four children:

Leni
(1994), Arnout (1996), Emmy (2000) and Ewout (2002).

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**Liam-E:** ku.ca.luhr@treanedua.daarneok

(Living
creatures beware: this is my email address spelled backwards!)

**Note: **A common misspelling of my name:**
**Konrad Adenauer

**Bio:**

1990-1994:
Research assistant, University of Ghent,
Electronics and Information Systems (ELIS)

1995-1996:
Software Engineer, Dekimo, Ghent (Since I
left, they seem to be doing very well!)

1996-1998:
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Ghent, ELIS group

1998-1999:
R&D Engineer (part-time), Barco
Graphics, Ghent (now: Esko Graphics)

1999-2001:
Postdoctoral researcher, KU Leuven,
Dept. of Electrical Engineering (ESAT)

2001-2002:
Postdoctoral research fellow in the group of M.B. Plenio, Imperial College London, Quantum Optics
and Laser Science

2002-2004:
Lecturer at University of Wales, Bangor

2004-2006:
Imperial College London, Quantum Optics and Laser Science

2006-2007:
Fellow of the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Imperial College London

2007-Present:
Lecturer, and then Reader at Maths Dept,
Royal Holloway, University of London

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**Research:**

*Quantum Information Theory*, especially the mathematical study
of entanglement measures,

channel capacities, measurements, state
discrimination and more.

Because I use *Matrix Analysis* so often,
it has become a second strand of my research output,

where I focus, in particular, on matrix
inequalities.

**Output:**

Here is my
publication list.

My physics publications can be found on-line at
the ArXiv
preprint server.

For my
mathematics publications see the ArXiv
preprint server as well.

**Teaching:**

2002-2004:

- Introduction to Artificial
Intelligence
- Information and Coding in
Communications
- Quantum Computation
- Image Processing and Computer
Vision

2007-present:

- MT2800: Linear Algebra
- MT3610: Error correcting codes
- MT4410: Channels (Introduction
to information theory)
- MT3450: Quantum Information
Theory
- MT1100: From Euclid to
Mandelbrot
- MT3470: Mathematics of
Financial Markets

If you’re interested in doing a PhD with me,
click here.

[Page last updated: 22-11-2012]