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Physics & Astronomy Virtual Quantum/Nano Seminar - Alexander Meill, WIT

Title: "Monogamy of Entanglement in Symmetric Physical Systems"

Thursday, April 8, 2021
4:00pm – 5:00pm
Zoom: Email for link and password
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars
Abstract:  Tight bounds on the monogamous sharing of multipartite entanglement, despite their great value and interest, have proven challenging to develop analytically.  That complexity is greatly reduced, however, when those multipartite systems are constrained by some symmetry, which both narrows the Hilbert space and implicitly constrains the allowable entanglement.  This talk will demonstrate those reductions and the analytic results drawn from them in fully permutation-symmetric webs, translationally invariant rings, as well as a more generalized group theoretic treatment of symmetric entanglement.
It will source material from three of my papers,


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Tressena Manning

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