Quantum Discussions Journal Club @ IFUSP
Data do Evento:
31/10/2019 - 12:00
Prof. Diego Trancanelli will present the work: "Entanglement, supersymmetry, and gYBE", by P. Padmanabhan, F. Sugino, D. Trancanelli (to appear).
10/31, Thursday, 12h10. IGUSP, Auditório Norte - Gleb Wataghin
Producing entanglement in finite-dimensional Hilbert spaces, such as multi-qubit systems, is an important task in quantum computing. A famous example of "entangling operator" -- the Bell matrix -- is known to satisfy the Yang-Baxter Equation and hints at a possible connection between topological and quantum entanglement. This connection can also be seen in a similarity between GHZ states of three qubits and the Borromean rings. The GHZ matrices satisfy a generalized Yang-Baxter Equation (gYBE), which is notoriously difficult to solve. I will show how using supersymmetry in 0+1 dimensions, one can generate a profusion of solutions to the gYBE and provide convincing evidence for the connection mentioned above.
Everyone is more than welcome to join and to propose activities. For more information, please contact Gabriel Landi at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rodolfo Soldati at email@example.com. Webpage: http://quantumdiscussions.if.usp.br
Data de Término:
31/10/2019 - 12:45