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.
RT @BartoszRegula We show that the asymmetric (Stein) error exponent and the symmetric (Chernoff) exponent are given by two related quantities: the Hilbert projective metric and Thompson metric. This corresponds to the relative entropy and the Chernoff divergence in the conventional setting. 3/ pic.twitter.com/xpmlvtkC5N
RT @johncarlosbaez Hardcore math tweet: Young diagrams. This is a prelude to my talk today... I can't think about anything else, so I might as well tweet about them. Young diagrams can be used to classify many things. Let me list just 13 of them. (1/n) pic.twitter.com/N5azEY9lza
Sang-Jun Park from SNU is visiting our group for 3 months. Today he is telling us about his work on entanglement detection of invariant quantum states pic.twitter.com/aLInqDrV4T
RT @LoulidiFaedi My second paper: Alice and Bob playing a game, is it necessary for Alice observes a violation of Bell inequality to use incompatible measurement, or incompatible measurement will lead necessarily to a violation of Bell inequality? arxiv.org/abs/2205.12668 pic.twitter.com/07gH0qMfRj