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Bipartite unitary operators and quantum Latin squares
Tristan Benoist and I have just arXived our paper On bipartite unitary matrices generating subalgebrapreserving quantum operations. We characterize the set of bipartite unitary operators which give quantum operations preserving some subalgebra of the state space, independently of the state … Continue reading
Quantum Information semester in Paris, autumn 2017
I am one of the organizers of a 3month semester on quantum information theory ad the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris. Among other events, there will be a oneweek workshop on Probabilistic techniques and Quantum Information Theory, Oct 2327. Please … Continue reading