Matty is a lecturer in computer science with an interest in all things quantum. Quantum information technology is the future of computing with the potential to transform completely how we compute and how we communicate securely. He is interested in how quantum information is fundamentally different from its non-quantum counterpart.
After a PhD from University College London (completed in 2012), before coming to Goldsmiths he has worked at the University of Oxford, ICFO-Institute of Photonic Sciences, and the University of Edinburgh.
Quantum Information: Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Computing. Foundations of Quantum Theory. Causal Inference and Bayesian Networks.
Gheorghiu, Alexandru; Hoban, Matty J. and Kashefi, Elham. 2018. A simple protocol for fault tolerant verification of quantum computation. Quantum Science and Technology, 4(1),
Sainz, Ana Belén; Aolita, Leandro; Piani, Marco; Hoban, Matty J. and Skrzypczyk, Paul. 2018. A formalism for steering with local quantum measurements. New Journal of Physics, 20, ISSN 1367-2630
Lee, Ciarán M. and Hoban, Matty J.. 2018. Towards Device-Independent Information Processing on General Quantum Networks. Physical Review Letters, 120(2), ISSN 0031-9007
Curchod, F. J.; Johansson, M.; Augusiak, R.; Hoban, Matty J.; Wittek, P. and Acin, A.. 2017. Unbounded randomness certification using sequences of measurements. Physical Review A, 95(2), ISSN 2469-9926
Hoban, Matty J.; Wallman, Joel J.; Anwar, Hussain; Usher, Naïri; Raussendorf, Robert and Browne, Daniel. 2014. Measurement-based Classical Computation. Physical Review Letters, 112(14), ISSN 0031-9007