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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Quantum marginals
As I mentioned in the last post, last week Mathias Christandl, Michael Walter and Andreas Winter were organizing a workshop entitled “Quantum Marginals” as part of the semesterlong programme Mathematical Challenges in Quantum Information at the Newton Institute. In his introductory talk Michael emphasized that … Continue reading
Posted in Conferences, Quantum, Talks
Tagged inference, quantum marginals, random matrix theory, representation theory, worskhop
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The Newton Institute
From Charles to Cam Over the summer I crossed the Atlantic, from new Cambridge to old Cambridge, where I am fortunate to be spending the Fall semester as a “visiting fellow” at the Isaac Newton Institute (INI). The INI “runs research programmes on selected themes in … Continue reading
Quantum PCP: a survey
On April 19th I was on a skype call with Dorit Aharonov (yes, Skype remembers the date :)), one of the pioneers of quantum complexity theory, and even more so of the research around the local Hamiltonian problem and the class QMA. … Continue reading