Zapraszamy na Krakow Quantum Informatics Seminar organizowane wspólnie przez Instytut Informatyki AGH i IBM Software Lab Kraków. Spotkanie odbędzie się we wtorek 27.04.2021 w godzinach 9:30-11:00 via Internet, Webex

W programie: 

Felix Huber, Atomic Optics Institute, Jagiellonian University

Temat: Quantum Error Correction



When a phone line has a “bad connection” or a computer memory has been corrupted, some noise has altered the transmitted or stored information. Similarly, Information stored in quantum states can be affected by noise. Quantum error correction (QEC) allows for the safe storage and transmission of quantum information and forms a back end to practically all types of quantum communication and computation. We draw connections from quantum codes to other topics in quantum information theory, such as quantum channels, the sharing of quantum correlations and entanglement theory, and the quantum marginal problem. We will look at some typical constructions such as stabilizer and bosonic codes and see how bounds on the parameter of codes can be obtained.

{1]} Felix Huber, Markus Grassl, Quantum Codes of Maximal Distance and Highly Entangled Subspaces,  Quantum 4, 284 (2020)
[2] Felix Huber, Christopher Eltschka, Jens Siewert, Otfried Gühne, Bounds on absolutely maximally entangled states from shadow inequalities, and the quantum MacWilliams identity, Phys. Rev. A 98, 052317 (2018)
[3] Valentin Kasper, Daniel González-Cuadra, Apoorva Hegde, Andy Xia, Alexandre Dauphin, Felix Huber, Eberhard Tiemann, Maciej Lewenstein, Fred Jendrzejewski, Philipp Hauke, Universal quantum computation and quantum error correction with ultracold atomic mixtures, arXiv:2010.15923
[4] Markus Grassl, Felicz Huber, Andreas Winter, Entropic proofs of Singleton bounds for quantum error-correcting codes,  arXiv:2010.07902

Bio: Felix Huber leads the quantum error correction group at the Jagiellonian University. He obtained his PhD in Physics from the University Siegen where he worked on quantum correlations.

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