MS-17 Linear Algebra and Quantum Information Science (Quantum Information Science)

Chi-Kwong Li (College of William and Mary), Yiu Tung Poon (Iowa State University), and Raymond Nung-Sing Sze (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Quantum information science is a highly interdisciplinary research area. The common language of mathematics provides a foundation on which quantum information scientists from different backgrounds can communicate ideas. The purpose of this mini-symposium is to provide an opportunity for researchers to present their results and/or raise problems in the area of linear algebra related to quantum information.

Speakers

Nathaniel Johnston, LAA Early Career Speaker, Quantum Coherence and Quantum Entanglement

Jianxin Chen, Quantum algorithm for multivariate polynomial interpolation

Dariusz Chruscinski, Positive maps from mutually unbiased bases

Shmuel Friedland, Entanglement of Boson quantum states

Jinchuan Hou, Entropy exchange for infinite-dimensional systems

Debbie Leung, From embezzlement (of entanglement) to breaking any (conservation) law

Chi-Kwong Li, Numerical range techniques in quantum information science

Michael Nathanson, An equivalence between local state discrimination and state transformation in multipartite systems

Diane Christine Pelejo, On the Rank of Bipartite States with Prescribed Reduced States

Rajesh Pereira, The Classical Mathematics Behind Some Concepts in Quantum Information

Sarah Plosker, Quantum state transfer via Hadamard diagonalizable graphs

Xiaofei Qi, Measurement-Induced Nonlocality of Gaussian version

Thomas Schulte-Herbrüggen, Quantum Systems Theory as Reflected by Numerical Ranges

Wai Shing Tang, Some aspects of 2-positive linear maps on matrix algebras

Dániel Virosztek, Quantum f-divergence preserving maps on positive semidefinite operators acting on finite dimensional Hilbert spaces

Stephan Weis, A new signature of quantum phase transitions from the numerical range