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Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Quantum Marginals

14-18 October 2013

Organisers: Matthias Christandl (ETH Zurich), Michael Walter (ETH Zurich) and Andreas Winter (Bristol)

in association with the Newton Institute programme Mathematical Challenges in Quantum Information
(27 August - 20 December 2013)

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J Chen (University of Guelph) Symmetric Extension of Two-Qubit States Abstract
L Czekaj (Gdansk University of Technology) Multipartite correlation as a resource in a distributed computation Abstract
D Ebler (ETH Zürich) Generalized Pauli constraints and their physical relevance Abstract
O Gittsovich (University of Waterloo) Quantum correlations and entanglement in the two-body marginals problem Abstract
P Johnson (Dartmouth College) Compatible quantum correlations: on extension problems for Werner and isotropic states Abstract
YC Liang (ETH Zürich) Delocalized quantum nonlocality Abstract
C Majenz (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg) Linear Rank Inequalities for Stabilizer Entropies Abstract
A Messina (Università degli Studi di Palermo) Heat capacity and entanglement measure in a simple two-qubit model Abstract
S Molladavoudi (Universiti Putra Malaysia) Symplectic quotient of pure three-qubit states under Local Unitary operations Abstract
M Oszmaniec (Centrum Fizyki Teoretycznej PAN) Geometry and topology of CC and CQ states Abstract
J Pachos (University of Leeds) Chern Number Decomposition of Spinful Superconducting and Insulating Systems Poster
R Ramanathan (University of Gdansk) Robust Device-Independent Randomness Amplification Abstract
MB Sahinoglu (Universität Wien) Recoupling Coefficients and Quantum Entropies Abstract
SS Sharma (Universidade Estadual de Londrina) Tangle for Mixture of a Four Qubit GHZ or Cluster State with a W-state Abstract
S Strelchuk (University of Cambridge)
P Verrucchi (Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi, Firenze) Parametric representation of open quantum systems and cross-over from quantum to classical environment Abstract
JD Whitfield (University of Vienna) Full configuration interaction study of GTO basis set errors in the occupation number vector Abstract
RM Zeier (Technische Universität München) Proper subalgebras of compact Lie algebras and features of Littlewood-Richardson coefficients Abstract
Z Zimborás (Universidad del País Vasco) On the reduced density matrices of permutation invariant N-body singlet states Abstract
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