Last week, at the invitation of Hun Hee Lee, I gave a series of three lectures on some applications of random matrix theory to problems in quantum information theory. The notes are available here. After discussing the Marchenko–Pastur theorem, I present my result with Teo Banica on partial transposition of random quantum states; this is also the occasion to review some basic facts from free probability. The third lecture dealt with random quantum channels, and I covered the results I obtained with Serban Belinschi and Benoit Collins here and here.
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