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- 2008 Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo Instructor
- 2005-2007 Institute for Quantum Information, Caltech Postdoctoral Fellow
- 2001 Institute for Theoretical Physics (Santa Barbara) Graduate Fellow
- 2001 - 2005 Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory Graduate Researcher
- 1998 - 2005 Department of Physics, University of California (Berkeley) Graduate Student

- "The structure of preserved information in quantum processes", RBK, H.K. Ng, D. Poulin, and L. Viola; PRL 100, 030501 (2008), arXiv: 0705.4282
- "Quantum Darwinism in quantum Brownian motion: the vacuum as a witness", RBK and W. H. Zurek; PRL 101, 240405 (2008), arXiv: 0704.3615
- "Quantum Darwinism: Entanglement, branches, and the emergent classicality of redundantly stored quantum information", RBK and W. H. Zurek; PRA 73, 062310 (2006), arXiv: quant-ph/0505031
- "A simple example of Quantum Darwinism: Redundant information storage in many-spin environments", RBK and W. H. Zurek; Found. Phys. 35, 1857 (2005), arXiv: quant-ph/0408147
- "Symmetric Informationally Complete Quantum Measurements", J. M. Renes, RBK, A. J. Scott, C. M. Caves; J. Math. Phys. 45, 2171 (2004), arXiv: quant-ph/0310075
- "Exponential speed-up with a single bit of quantum information: Testing the quantum butterfly effect", D. Poulin, RBK, R. Laflamme, H. Ollivier; PRL 92, 177906 (2004), arxiv:quant-ph/310038
- "Decoherence from a Chaotic Environment: An Upside Down "Oscillator" as a Model", RBK and W. H. Zurek; PRA 68, 032104 (2003), arXiv: quant-ph/0212153
- "Compatibility of quantum states", D. Poulin and RBK; PRA 67, 010101(R) (2003), arXiv: quant-ph/0205033
- "Climbing Mount Scalable: Physical-Resource Requirements for a Scalable Quantum Computer", RBK, C. M. Caves, I. H. Deutsch; Found. Phys. 32, 1641 (2002), arXiv: quant-ph/0204157
- "Streaming universal distortion-free entanglement concentration", RBK, S. Croke, D. Gottesman, arXiv: 0910.5952
- "Gate fidelity fluctuations and quantum process invariants", E. Magesan, RBK, J. Emerson, arXiv: 0910.1315
- "Optimal, reliable estimation of quantum states", RBK, arXiv: quant-ph/0611080
- "Accurate quantum state estimation via `Keeping the experimentalist honest'", RBK, P. Hayden, arXiv: quant-ph/0603116
- "Physical-resource demands for scalable quantum computation", C. M. Caves, I. H. Deutsch, RBK; proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Fluctuations and Noise in Photonics and Quantum Optics (Santa Fe, 2003). arXiv: quant-ph/0304083

- "Educated Guesses about Quantum Light." Oregon College of Optics
- "Tomography: What is it good for?" Mathematics in Experimental QIP (IQC)
- "What does one quantum system know about another?" Benasque Center for Science
- "What is the use of tomography?" Theory Canada (Montreal)
- "Preserved Information in Quantum States & Dynamics." Coogee Beach QIT Workshop (Sydney)
- "Preserved Information in quantum processes." CWI (Amsterdam)
- "Quasi-orthonormal bases for quantum information processing." SPIE Optics East (Boston)
- "Information-preserving structures." IQC Colloquium
- "Unknown states as random states." Taming the Quantum World (IQC, Waterloo)
- "All kinds of information." McGill University
- "Keeping the Experimentalist Honest." Cambridge University (DAMPT)
- "Whaddya mean, my information is quantum?" University of Alaska-Fairbanks (Tutorial)
- "What's a quantum computer going to be good for?" University of Alaska-Fairbanks Colloquium
- "Quantum Darwinism in quantum Brownian motion." Benasque Center for Science
- "What's wrong with tomography, and how to fix it." University of Southern California
- "Information-Preserving Structures." Dartmouth College
- "Accurate quantum state estimation." NIST (Gaithersburg)
- "Characterizing decoherence with Information-Preserving Structures." Griffith University (Brisbane)
- "Keeping the Experimentalist honest." Coogee Beach QIT Workshop (Sydney)
- "Accurate quantum state estimation." Caltech-IQI
- "Quantum Darwinism." Los Alamos National Laboratory
- "Quantum Darwinism: Information flow from system to environment." Benasque Center for Science
- "Who moved my information?" Kenyon College
- PIRSA:09100011, "The Art of Guesstimation" (Panel). Quantum to Cosmos Festival
- PIRSA:09100089, "Quantum Knowledge." PIAF '09: New Perspectives on the Quantum State
- PIRSA:08100072, "MUBS in Infinite-Dimensional Hilbert Spaces." Seeking SICs: A Workshop on Quantum Frames and Designs
- PIRSA:08080058, "Bayesian methods versus Maximum-Likelihood" (Panel). Quantum Estimation: Theory and Practice
- PIRSA:08070044, "Overview of Quantum Information." ISSYP 2008
- PIRSA:07120016, "Introduction to Quantum Information." Young Researchers Conference
- PIRSA:07100027, "Finding out about quantum systems." PI Colloquium
- PIRSA:07060039, "Quantum Darwinism: Classicality via Objectivity." Operational Quantum Physics and the Quantum-Classical Contrast
- PIRSA:06120042, "Reliable Quantum State Estimation from Quantum Scoring Rules." Young Researchers Conference

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