I am organizing a week-long workshop in Toulouse, on topics of optimization problems in quantum information theory. Besides the usual research talks, there will be lectures by Aram Harrow, Jean Bernard Lasserre and Mihai Putinar on the topics of the workshop: linear matrix inequalities, semidefinite programming, and quantum information theory. We have still some free slots for talks, so contact me if you're interested.
New paper with Simon Schmidt and Moritz Weber: Sinkhorn algorithm for quantum permutation groups scirate.com/arxiv/1911.049…. You can test your favorite graph for quantum symmetries using the Matlab/Octave code we provide. Then you can try and prove the result! pic.twitter.com/iOzPnk7Y51
RT @JohnASmolin While arXiv.org is down, why not explore the wonders of viXra.org? Today you can learn that the distance formula d=st is contains an error, and therefore all of relativity is incorrect
RT @gabrielpeyre The Wasserstein distance over Gaussians defines the so-called Bures metric, which is used extensively to compare quantum states. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bures_m… pic.twitter.com/f5cxNpUF6r