Speaker: Dr. Martin Gärttner (KIP, Heidelberg)
Title of Talk:Entanglement detection”
Date: Tuesday, 14 July 2020, 09:30
Venue: Online Seminar (via Zoom)

Abstract: Quantum entanglement is a key concept enabling quantum technologies but also plays an important role in fundamental physics, for example for the understanding of the approach to thermal equilibrium in quantum many-body systems. The efficient detection and quantification of entanglement is a challenge which obstructs quantum simulation experiments. I will report on recent progress towards using entropic uncertainty relations for constructing experimentally accessible bounds on entanglement measures.

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