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Lucien Hardy received his PhD at Durham University in 1992 under the supervision of Professor Euan J Squires. He has held research and lecturing positions in various cities across Europe. While in Rome Lucien collaborated on an experiment to demonstrate quantum teleportation. In 1992 he found a very simple proof of non-locality in quantum theory which has become known as Hardy’s theorem.

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I am working on operational approaches to Quantum Theory, Quantum Field Theory, General Relativity, and Quantum Gravity. Specifically I have developed an operational framework in which Quantum Theories and General Relativity can be formulated. Ultimately, I hope to formulate Quantum Gravity in this framework.

In 2001 I developed an operational general probabilistic approach that provided the basis for a set of "reasonable axioms" from which the usual rules of Quantum Theory can be derived.

In 2005 I set up the causaloid framework. This is an operational general probabilistic framework for physical theories having indefinite causal structure (as we would expect in a theory of Quantum Gravity).

In 2010 I further developed this framework as a diagrammatic calculus, the duotensor formalism, for general circuits. In 2011 I used this framework to provide a reformulation of Quantum Theory - the operator tensor formulation and, also, provided a new set of reasonable axioms from which Quantum Theory can be reconstructed.

The operator tensor reformulation motivated taking a look at the issue of composition in physics. Typically, when we study a physical object, we regard it as being built out of small objects joined together in a particular way. In 2013 I wrote a paper providing a more general theory for the use of composition in physics. Such ideas of composition may play a role across different fields in physics.

In 2016 I showed how to use ideas of composition to provide an operational reformulation of General Relativity. This requires, first of all, making an assertion as to what the directly observable quantities are. For this I nominate a set of scalar fields and consider point coincidences in their values. This provides an operational space (or op-space). We can consider regions of op-space and how to glue together solutions corresponding to such regions. This leads to a diagrammatic calculus of the same nature as that used in the operator tensor formulation of Quantum Theory.

I am also developing an operator tensor formulation of Quantum Field Theory. In this approach operators are associated with regions of space time. These operators must satisfy physicality conditions which guarantee that probabilities are between 0 and 1 and that signals cannot be communicated faster than light. I have made some progress in developing these physicality conditions but much remains to be done.

These operational reformulations of General Relativity and Quantum Field Theory suggest approaches to solving the problem of Quantum Gravity. In 2018 I suggested routes to solving the problem of Quantum Gravity (finding a theory that reduces to General Relativity and to Quantum Field Theory in appropriate limits) that is analogous to Einstein's route to solving the problem of Relativistic Gravity (finding a theory that reduces to Newtonian gravity and to special relativistic field theories in appropriate limits). A basic idea here is the Quantum Equivalence Principle - that it is always possible to find a quantum frame of reference in which we have definite causal structure. I am hopeful that the Quantum Equivalence Principle can play a role in constructing a theory of Quantum Gravity that is similar to the role played by the equivalence principle in constructing General Relativity.

Another interest I have concerns using humans to choose the settings in a Bell experiment. This would lead to a Turing-type test for certain models of mind. In 1989 I wrote preprints on this idea. I returned to this in 2015 and, in 2017, I wrote a further paper proposing that we have one hundred humans at each end of a Bell experiment that is run over a distance of 100km. With other assumptions, this may be sufficient to ensure that a significant fraction of events have the setting decided by humans at each end. I am currently working with the group of Jian-Wei Pan to realize this experiment using their satellite source that can distribute entanglement over 1200km.

In joint work in 2019, Adam Lewis and I proposed a way to implement quantum computing with machine-learning-controlled quantum stuff. The idea is to take some stuff that is, in principle, capable of quantum computing, attach wires that provide classical inputs and read off classical outputs and implement a procedure that learns how to implement arbitrary quantum circuits.

The standard operational formulations are time symmetric (operations are taken to be trace non-increasing in the forward time direction). In work in 2021, I have shown how to formulate operational theories (including Quantum Theory) in a time symmetric way. This includes providing a time symmetric version of the Stinespring dilation theorem.

In ongoing work, I am interested in causality constraints in operational Quantum Field Theory. If we have quantum fields over some region of spacetime then causality dictates that, if we jiggle the field in one part of the boundary of this region then no influence should spread to another part of the boundary faster than the speed of light.

- 1997-2002 Royal Society University Research Fellow, University of Oxford
- 1996-1997 Postdoctoral position at La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy.
- 1994-1996 Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences Department, University of Durham, UK
- 1993-1994 Royal Society postdoctoral fellow at the University of Innsbruck, Austria
- 1992-1993 Lecturer in Mathematical Physics, Maynooth College, The National University of Ireland.

- Lucien Hardy and Adam Gabriel Marcel Lewis, Quantum Computation with Machine-Learning-Controlled Quantum Stuff, in Machine Learning: Science and Technology, http://iopscience.iop.org/10.1088/2632-2153/abb215 (2020).
- Hardy L. (2020) Implementation of the Quantum Equivalence Principle. In: Finster F., Giulini D., Kleiner J., Tolksdorf J. (eds) Progress and Visions in Quantum Theory in View of Gravity. Birkhäuser, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-38941-3_8
- Hardy, L. Quantum theory with bold operator tensors. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, 373(2047), 20140239. (2015)
- Hardy, L. Bell's theorem with retarded settings. To be published in Quantum [Un]Speakables II: 50 Years of Bell's Theorem, edited by Anton Zeilinger and Reinhold Bertlmann.
- On the theory of composition in physics , in Computation, Logic, Games, and Quantum Foundations. The Many Facets of Samson Abramsky. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 7860, 2013, pp 83-106
- Hardy, L The operator tensor formulation of quantum theory, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 28 vol. 370 no. 1971 pages 3385-3417 (special issue in honour of Alan Turing) (2012) also at arXiv: 1201.4390.
- Abramsky, S., and Hardy, L. Logical Bell inequalities, Phys. Rev. A 85, 062114 (2012) [11 pages] also at arXiv: 1203.1352
- Genkina, D., Chiribella, G., and Hardy, L. Optimal Probabilistic Simulation of Quantum Channels from the Future to the Past, Phys. Rev. A 85, 022330 (2012) also in arXiv: 1112.1469
- Hardy, L., and Wootters, W. K., Limited holism and real vector space quantum theory, Volume 42, Number 3 (2012), 454-473.
- Towards Quantum Gravity: A Framework for Probabilistic Theories with Non-Fixed Causal Structure}, J. Phys. A 40, 3081 (2007), gr-qc/0608043.
- Hardy, L; Kent, A; {\sl Cheat sensitive quantum bit commitment}, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 157901 (2004).
- Hardy, L; {\sl Quantum ontological excess baggage}, Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci. B 35 267 (2004)
- Jonathan Barrett (Universite Libre de Bruxelles), Lucien Hardy (Perimeter Institute), Adrian Kent (Centre for Quantum Computation, DAMTP, University of Cambridge), No Signalling and Quantum Key Distribution, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 010503 (2005), arxiv:quant-ph/405101
- Galvao, E; Hardy, L; Substituting a qubit for an arbitrarily large number of classical bits, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 087902 (2003)
- Walgate, J; Hardy, L; Nonlocality, asymmetry, and distinguishing bipar- tite states, Phys. Rev. Lett. 89 147901 (2002).
- Walgate, J; Short, AJ; Hardy, L; Vedral,V. Local Distinguishability of Multipartite Orthogonal Quantum States Authors, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85, 4972 (2000).
- Hardy, L; Song, DD. Entanglement swapping chains for general pure states, Phys. Rev. A 62, 052315 (2000).
- Kwiat, PG; Hardy, L. The mystery of the quantum cakes, Amer. J. Phys. 68, 33 (2000).
- Boschi, D; Branca, S; De Martini, F; Hardy, L; Popescu, S. Experimental realization of teleporting an unknown pure quantum state via dual classical and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen channels, Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 1121 (1998).
- Blasi, B; Hardy, L. Realism and time symmetry in quantum mechanics, Phys. Lett. A 207, 3 (1995).
- Hardy, L. Nonlocality of a single-photon revisited, Phys. Rev. Lett. 73, 2279 (1994).
- Hardy, L. Nonlocality for 2 particles without inequalities for almost-all entangled states, Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 1665 (1993).
- Hardy, L. On the existence of empty waves in quantum-theory - reply, Phys. Lett. A 175, 259 (1993).
- Hardy, L. On the existence of empty waves in quantum-theory, Phys. Lett. A 167, 11 (1992).
- Hardy, L. Quantum-mechanics, local realistic theories, and lorentz- in- variant realistic theories, Phys. Rev. Lett. 68, 2981 (1992).
- Hardy, L. Can classical wave theory explain the photon anticorrelation e(R)ect on a beam splitter, Europhys. Lett. 15, 591 (1991).
- Time symmetry in operational theories, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: 2104.00071
- Counting Risk Increments to Make Decisions During an Epidemic, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: 2006.11244
- The Construction Interpretation: Conceptual Roads to Quantum Gravity, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: 1807.10980
- Proposal to use Humans to switch settings in a Bell experiment, arXiv: 1705.04620
- Operational General Relativity: Possibilistic, Probabilistic, and Quantum, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: 1608.06940
- Reformulating and reconstructing quantum theory, arXiv: 1104.2066
- A formalism-local framework for general probabilistic theories including quantum theory, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: 1005.5164
- Why Physics Needs Quantum Foundations, Lucien Hardy and Robert Spekkens arXiv: 1003.5008
- Foliable Operational Structures for General Probabilistic Theories, arXiv: 0912.4740
- Entropy for theories with indefinite causal structure, Sonia Markes and Lucien Hardy, arXiv: 0910.1323
- Probability Theories with Dynamic Causal Structure: A New Framework for Quantum Gravity, Lucien Hardy, arxiv:gr-qc/509120
- Quantum Theory from five reasonable axioms, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: quant-ph/0101012
- Disentangling nonlocality and teleportation, Lucien Hardy, arXiv: quant-ph/9906123
- Quantum gravity computers: On the theory of computation with indefinite causal structure}, quant-ph/0701019, for proceedings of "Quantum Reality, Relativistic Causality, and Closing the Epistemic Circle: An International Conference in Honour of Abner Shimony" (2007).
- Hardy, L; Quantum gravity computers: On the theory of computation with inde?nite causal structure, quant-ph/0701019, for proceedings of "Quantum Reality, Relativistic Causality, and Closing the Epistemic Circle: An International Conference in Honour of Abner Shimony" (2007).
- Reconstructing quantum theory in "Quantum Theory: Informational Foundations and Foils" edited by Guilio Chiribella and Robert Spekkens (2016)
- Formalism Locality in Quantum Theory and Quantum Gravity, (also at arXiv: 0804.0054), To appear in "Philosophy of Quantum Information and Entanglement" Eds A. Bokulich and G. Jaeger (CUP).
- Why is nature described by quantum theory? in Science and Ultimate Reality, eds. John Barrow, Paul Davies, and Charles Harper, (Cambridge, 2004).

- Proposal to use humans to switch the settings in a Bell experiment, at Mind and Agency, Chapman University.
- Causality constraints in Quantum Field Theory from an operational perspective, at the conference, Mathematical and conceptual aspects of Quantum Theory funded and organised by Banff International Research Station and taking place in Oaxaca, Mexico.
- Is there an arrow of time in Quantum Theory, Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime conference, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario.
- Time symmetry in operational theories, virtual talk at the University of York, UK, Mathematics Department.
- The operational approach to physics, in the QASTM virtual seminar series.
- Time symmetry in operational theories, virtual talk in the Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime seminar series (at qiss.fr).
- The quantum equivalence principle, at The Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime, workshop in Hong Kong (talk given by video link-up).
- Beyond reconstructing Quantum Theory - the next phase of the project, at Quantum Information Revolution: Impact to Foundations in Vaxjo, Sweden.
- Operational approaches to the foundations of physics, Computer Science Department, University of Birmingham
- Thought, Matter and Quantum Theory, at Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics, Montreal.
- Probability, composition, and indefinite causal structure, Foundations of Probability, Wolfson College
- Proposal to use humans to switch settings in a Bell exeperiment, Biological Mentality, Michigan Technological University, Ann Arbor
- Operational formulation of General Relativity, Quantum Networks 2017, University of Oxford
- Operational and compositional approach to physics, Wolfson Quantum Foundations Bash, University of Oxford
- Operational and compositional approach to General Relativity and Quantum Theory, Theory Canada 2017
- Operational Road to Quantum Gravity, at Information-Theoretic Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics: 2016 Annual Philosophy of Physics Conference, University of Western Ontario, London.
- Probabilistic General Relativity with Agency in an Operational Framework, at Quantum Probability and Logic 2015, Oxford (invited speaker).
- Steps on route to Probabilistic General Relativity with Agency (PAGeR), at Materials Department, University of Oxford.
- Duotensors, operator tensors, and quantum theory, at the workshop "New geometric concepts in the foundations of quantum physics" held at Chicheley Hall, England.
- Operationalism, probabilities, agency, and composition on the road to quantum gravity, at the QMAC(Quantum Mathematics and Computation) symposium for the opening of the Clay Building in Oxford.
- On the theory of composition in physics, Computer science department
- On the theory of composition in physics, Askloster at Oxford (workshop)
- On the theory of composition in physics, Physics department, Imperial College
- The operator tensor formulation of quantum theory, Materials department, Oxford
- operational approach to quantum theory, Quantum Foundations Workshop at Bellairs, Barbados
- The operator tensor formulation of quantum theory, Q+ hangout.
- Reformulating quantum theory, Department of Computer Science, Oxford
- Reformulating quantum theory, Materials Department, Oxford
- Quantum Theory from reasonable postulates, at New frontiers in quantum foundations, CUPI 2011, Clemson, South Carolina.
- Operational Computing with Quantum Stuff, Imperial College
- Why we should consider situating the de Broglie-Bohm model in the context of a much more general framework for hidden variable theories, 21st-Century directions in de Broglie-Bohm theory and beyond, The Towler Institute, Vallico Sotto, Tuscany, Italy.
- Operational Computing with Quantum Stuff, Developments in Computational Models 2010, Causality, Computation and Physics, FLoC workshop, Edinburgh.
- A formalism-local framework for general probabilistic theories including quantum theory, seminar at ComLab, University of Oxford
- Operational computing with quantum stuff, at Information Theory, Quantum Mechanics, and Security, Bellairs, Barbados
- Computing with quantum stuff, at Conference on quantum information and quantum control III, Toronto
- Natural postulates for quantum theory, at On the nature of the laws of physics, Beyond Center, Arizona
- Natural postulates for quantum theory, at Workshop on informatic phenomena, New Orleans
- An operational approach to Quantum Gravity}, University of Oxford, Computer Science Dept.
- The causaloid approach to quantum theory and quantum gravity, at Logic, Physics and Quantum Information Theory, Bellairs, Barbados.
- The Causaloid Framework: A tentative framework for Quantum Gravity, at The UK Foundations Conference, Leeds March 2007.
- Quantum foundations and quantum gravity}, at PIAF workshop in quantum foundations, Sydney.
- An Operational Framework for a Theory of Quantum Gravity, at Deep Beauty, Princeton
- A foil for quantum gravity, at Foils workshop, Cambridge
- Time symmetry and quantum gravity, at Weak values and weak measurements, Arizona.
- The Causaloid Framework: A tentative framework for Quantum Gravity, at Loops 07, Morellia Mexico.
- The Causaloid Framework: A tentative framework for Quantum Gravity at Philosophical and formal foundations of quantum physics, Les Treilles.
- Quantum theory from reasonable postulates}, University of Birmingham, Physics Dept.
- Beyond quantum theory: Information and entanglement in general probabilistic frameworks, at Foundations of quantum information and entanglement, Boston.
- Probability theories with non-fixed causal structure: a new framework for quantum gravity}, University of Cambridge
- From quantum foundations to quantum gravity, at APS March meeting, Focus session: Foundations of Quantum Theory, Baltimore.
- Generalized Probability theories and how to go beyond Quantum Theory}, Wayne State University, Detroit.
- Generalized probability theories with dynamic causal structure: a new approach to quantum gravity, at Being Baysian in a quantum world, Konstanz.
- Why quantum theory?, at Endophysics, time, quantum and the subjective, Bielefeld.
- Probabilistic theories with dynamical causal structure, at - On the present status of quantum mechanics, Losinj, Croatia.
- The what and the why of quantum theory}, Philosophy dept, Dalhousie University, Halifax.
- Composite systems in quantum theory and beyond, at the 13th UK Meeting on the Foundations of Physics, York UK.
- Cheat sensitive quantum bit commitment, at Special Week on Quantum Cryptography, Newton Institute, Cambridge.
- Are the laws of quantum theory a consequence of the human condition?, at Subtle Technologies, Toronto.
- Quantum theory as an example of a probability theory with special focus on composite systems}, at - New Directions in the Foundations of Physics, Washington.
- Cheat sensitive bit commitment}, at CIAR Quantum Information Processing Program Meeting, Banff, Alberta.
- Quantum theory from reasonable axioms, Philosophy Dept, University of Western Ontario.
- Quantum theory from reasonable axioms, at Quantum foundations in the light of quantum information, Montreal
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