Jacek Gruca (Uniwersytet Gdañski, Poland)

LPs in Quantum Physics
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 15.30, JCMB 6206


Quantum informatics is becoming an increasingly prominent alternative to classical informatics, with a growing portfolio of industry applications such as quantum cryptography, secret sharing and communication complexity. It is underpinned by quantum entangled states of particles, the use of which depends on whether and how non-classical they are. This talk will describe our efforts to solving large-scale LPs necessary for the computation of minimal critical visibility - an established measure of non-classicality of quantum entangled states.