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DESCRIPTION: Quantum information theory studies how quantum information can
be represented\, stored\, processed and sent. On the mathematical side thi
s often involves the study of tensor products and decompositions of positiv
e matrices\, as well as positive maps. These are also natural objects in fr
ee semialgebraic geometry\, where positivity of non-commutative objects are
studied from a geometric viewpoint. In this talk I will give an introducti
on to some important concepts in both areas\, and demonstrate how results a
nd methods from either field can be successfully employed in the other. Thi
s is joint ongoing work between the group of Gemma De las Cuevas and my own
research group in Innsbruck.
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LOCATION:online via Zoom
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SUMMARY:Tim Netzer (Uni Innsbruck): Free Semialgebraic Geometry and Quantum
Information Theory
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URL:http://www.facetsofcomplexity.de/monday/20211115-L-Netzer.html
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