School of Mathematical Sciences Held Seminar about Mathematics in Quantum Information

  • [2018-04-27]
    On April 27, Mathematics in Quantum Information Seminar was held by in Management Research Building. Professor Xianqing Li-JOST from the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics and Professor FEI Shaoming from Beijing Normal University, were invited to be the keynote speakers. Professor Xianqing Li-JOST shared her study on identities of multipartite quantum pure states and Professor FEI gave an introduction to quantum correlations and related researches.

     

    ( Professor Xianqing Li-JOST, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics )

      ( Professor FEI Shaoming, Beijing Normal University )

     

    Quantum information has been the most important cross-disciplinary research field which involves a large number of mathematical issues, such as group theory, representation theory, combinatorics, probability and statistics, operator theory.

     Mathematics in Quantum Information Seminar focuses on the major mathematical issues in quantum information, emphasizing multilateral academic exchange and collaboration. Through interdisciplinary lecture and group discussion, students can encounter a range of fields and cultivate innovative vision and develop a global component to their studies. This exciting seminar will be of interest to beginning graduate students and researchers in physics, computer science and mathematics.

     

    XU Yue, Edited HUANG Danning, USTC News Center

     

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