# 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*