1851 Research Fellow, Department of Computer Science, Oxford

Research Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford

arXiv:1812.06940 (download code) | R. Kunjwal, M. Lostaglio, M. F. PuseyAnomalous weak values and contextuality: robustness, tightness, and imaginary parts |

arXiv:1710.05948 | M. D. Mazurek, M. F. Pusey, K. J. Resch, and R. W. SpekkensExperimentally bounding deviations from quantum theory in the landscape of generalized probabilistic theoriesCoverage: Inside the Perimeter |

arXiv:1607.07871 | M. S. Leifer and M. F. PuseyIs a time symmetric interpretation of quantum theory possible without retrocausality?Proc. R. Soc. A 473, 20160607 (2017)Coverage: New Scientist, de Volkskrant, Phys.org |

arXiv:1607.03637 | D. Horsman, C. Heunen, M. F. Pusey, J. Barrett, and R. W. SpekkensCan a quantum state over time resemble a quantum state at a single time?Proc. R. Soc. A 473, 20170395 (2017) |

arXiv:1512.00262 | F. Hirsch, M. T. Quintino, T. Vértesi, M. F. Pusey, and N. BrunnerAlgorithmic construction of local hidden variable models for entangled quantum statesPhys. Rev. Lett. 117, 190402 (2016) |

arXiv:1509.08893 | J. Combes, C. Ferrie, M. S. Leifer, and M. F. PuseyWhy protective measurement does not establish the reality of the quantum stateQuantum Stud.: Math. Found. 5, 189 (2018) |

arXiv:1506.07850 | M. F. Pusey and M. S. LeiferLogical pre- and post-selection paradoxes are proofs of contextualityElectron. Proc. Theor. Comput. Sci. 195, 295 (2015) |

arXiv:1506.04178 | M. F. PuseyRobust preparation noncontextuality inequalities in the simplest scenarioPhys. Rev. A 98, 022112 (2018) |

arXiv:1505.06244 | M. D. Mazurek, M. F. Pusey, R. Kunjwal, K. J. Resch, and R. W. SpekkensAn experimental test of noncontextuality without unphysical idealizationsNat. Commun. 7, 11780 (2016)Coverage: Perimeter Institute |

arXiv:1502.03010 | M. F. PuseyVerifying the quantumness of a channel with an untrusted deviceJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B 32, A56 (2015) |

arXiv:1409.1535 | M. F. PuseyAnomalous weak values are proofs of contextualityPhys. Rev. Lett. 113, 200401 (2014)Coverage: Physics World blog, The Conversation |

arXiv:1405.2572 (download code) | J. Henson, R. Lal, and M. F. PuseyTheory-independent limits on correlations from generalised Bayesian networksNew J. Phys. 16, 113043 (2014) |

arXiv:1305.1767 (download code) | M. F. PuseyNegativity and steering: A stronger Peres conjecturePhys. Rev. A 88, 032313 (2013) |

arXiv:1303.4724 | S. Jevtic, M. F. Pusey, D. Jennings, and T. RudolphQuantum steering ellipsoidsPhys. Rev. Lett. 113, 020402 (2014) |

arXiv:1211.0942 | D. Nigg, T. Monz, P. Schindler, E. A. Martinez, M. Chwalla, M. Hennrich, R. Blatt, M. F. Pusey, T. Rudolph, and J. BarrettCan different quantum state vectors correspond to the same physical state? An experimental testNew J. Phys. 18, 013007 (2016) |

arXiv:1208.2550 | M. F. Pusey and T. RudolphQuantum lost property: A possible operational meaning for the Hilbert-Schmidt productPhys. Rev. A 86, 044301 (2012) |

arXiv:1111.3328 | M. F. Pusey, J. Barrett, and T. RudolphOn the reality of the quantum stateNat. Phys. 8, 475 (2012)Print coverage: New Scientist, Physics World, Nature, Nature Physics, Die Zeit, The Quantum Times Audio coverage: Big Science FM Blog coverage: Matt Leifer, Shtetl-Optimized, The Reference Frame |

arXiv:1103.5037 | M. F. PuseyStabilizer notation for Spekkens' toy theoryFound. Phys. 42, 688 (2012) |

An inconsistent friendNews & Views, Nat. Phys. 14, 977 (2018) |

Is quantum steering spooky?PhD thesis, Imperial College London (2013) |

A few connections between quantum computation and quantum non-localityMRes thesis, Imperial College London (2010) |

Anomalous weak values and contextuality: robustness and imaginary partsMath, Physics & Computation seminar, Chapman University, March 2019 |

Contextuality without access to a tomographically complete setPIMan Workshop, Chapman University, March 2019 APS March Meeting, Boston, March 2019 Quantum Information seminar, University of York, February 2019 |

What makes anomalous weak values non-classical?New Directions in the Foundations of Physics, Viterbo, June 2018 |

Direct experimental reconstruction of the Bloch spherewith Mike Mazurek Experimental Quantum Foundations, Perimeter Institute, September 2016 |

What experimental contextuality might teach us about experimental higher-order interferenceFormulating and Finding Higher-order Interference, Perimeter Institute, August 2016 |

Thoughts on a qubit from the perspective of generalised probabilistic theoriesIQSA 2016, Leicester, July 2016 |

Direct experimental reconstruction of the Bloch sphereQCMC 2016, Centre for Quantum Technologies, July 2016 |

Contextuality as a resource theoryContextuality as a resource in quantum computation, UCL, June 2016 |

Three QBist worldsInformation-Theoretic Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics (a.k.a. Bubfest), Rotman Institute, June 2016 |

From the Kochen-Specker theorem to robust noncontextuality inequalitiesMath, Physics & Computation seminar, Chapman University, April 2016 |

The triangleJoint McGill-Oxford Workshop on Causality in Quantum Foundations, Bellairs Research Institute, March 2016 |

Noncontextuality violation as a robust quantum resourceQIP 2016, Banff Centre, January 2016 |

A guided tour from locality to noncontextuality (and back again)Workshop on Quantum Nonlocality, Causal Structures, and Device-independent Quantum Information, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, December 2015 |

The robust noncontextuality inequalities in the simplest scenarioInternational Conference on Quantum Foundations 2015, Patna, December 2015 |

Specker vs. SpekkensWorkshop on Quantum Correlations, Contextuality and All That... Again, International Institute of Physics, Natal, November 2015 |

What do unconventional measurements tell us about quantum theory?Center for Coherence and Quantum Optics seminar, University of Rochester, October 2015 |

An experimental test of noncontextuality without unwarranted idealizationsQuantum Information seminar, University College London, September 2015 |

An invitation to generalised contextualityContextuality: why and how, Linköping University, August 2015 |

The robust noncontextuality inequalities in the simplest scenarioConference on Quantum Information & Quantum Control VI, Fields Institute, Toronto, August 2015 |

Logical pre- and post-selection paradoxes are proofs of contextualityQuantum Physics & Logic, University of Oxford, July 2015 |

Experimental contextuality: new and improvedQuantum Computation & Information seminar, University of Bristol, April 2015 |

The experimentally robust noncontextuality inequalities in the simplest scenarioTheory seminar, GAP-Optique, University of Geneva, April 2015 |

A resource theory of contextualityQuantum Malawi, April 2015 |

Contextuality: a benchmark for "quantumness" in theory and experimentAPS March Meeting, San Antonio, March 2015 |

Why protective measurement does not establish the reality of the wave functionFirst iWorkshop on the Meaning of the Wave Function, IJQF, October 2014 |

Contextuality as a litmus test for quantum weirdnessPI Day 2014, Perimeter Institute, October 2014 |

Theory-independent limits on correlations from generalised Bayesian networksGISIN'14 - The Greatest Inspiration Surely Is Nonlocality, Riederalp, September 2014 |

Time-symmetric ontologies for quantum theoryFree Will and Retrocausality in the Quantum World, University of Cambridge, July 2014 |

Theory-independent limits on correlations from generalised Bayesian networksQuantum Theory: from Problems to Advances, Linnæus University, June 2014 |

Beyond local causality: causation and correlation after BellQuantum Foundations seminar, Perimeter Institute, April 2014 |

How to demonstrate contextuality in a realistic experimentInstitute for Quantum Computing seminar, University of Waterloo, February 2014 |

Negativity and steering: a stronger Peres conjectureLondon Foundations Connection, Imperial College London, May 2013 |

On the character of the wavefunctionQuantum Theory Without Observers III, Bielefeld University, April 2013 |

Quantum lost property: A possible operational meaning for the Hilbert-Schmidt productAPS March Meeting, Baltimore Convention Center, March 2013 |

Are quantum states real?with Peter Lewis International Laser Center, Moscow State University, January 2013 |

Quantum lost propertyCQT Talk, National University of Singapore, December 2012 |

What's an unknown POVM?Quantum Foundations seminar, Perimeter Institute, November 2012 |

On the reality of the quantum stateNew Directions in the Foundations of Physics, Mathematical Association of America Carriage House, May 2012 |

Comparing two explanations for qubitsLARSIM / QuPa workshop "Foundational questions of quantum information", Télécom ParisTech, April 2012 |

The quantum state cannot be interpreted statisticallyQuantum Computation & Information seminar, Bristol, February 2012 Quantum Information seminar, University College London, January 2012 High Energy Physics seminar, Imperial College London, January 2012 CDT board meeting student talk, Imperial College London, January 2012 Q+ Hangout, Google+, November 2011 Philosophy of Physics research seminar, Oxford, November 2011 |

Bell inequalities sans computationColLoQuI, Imperial College London, March 2011 |

Theory-independent limits on correlations from generalised Bayesian networksQuantum [Un]Speakables II: 50 Years of Bell's Theorem, University of Vienna, June 2014 |

Visualizing two qubit states: the steering ellipsoidQuantum Information Processing 2013, Tsinghua University, January 2013 |

Quantum lost property: an operational meaning for the Hilbert-Schmidt product?Summer School on Quantum Information, Computing and Control, Aberystwyth, August 2012 |

Stabilizer notation for Spekkens' toy theoryConceptual Foundations and Foils for Quantum Information Processing, Perimeter Institute, May 2011 |

Every stabilizer circuit admits a local hidden variable model (for computational basis inputs and outputs)DTC Summer School, Imperial College London, September 2010 |