
THEMATIC PROGRAMS 

November 22, 2017  
Thematic Program on Mathematics
in Quantum Information

July 610, 2009


Organizing Committee:  
Patrick Hayden (McGill) Marius Junge (Illinois at UrbanaChampaign) David Kribs (Guelph) 
Debbie Leung (Waterloo) Mary Beth Ruskai (Tufts) Andreas Winter (Bristol & Singapore) 
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In order to have a workshop format with ample time for discussions, all talks will be invited, but suggestions for speakers are welcome. It is neither necessary nor desirable that all participants give a formal talk. All participants can submit a poster and every presenter of a poster will have an opportunity to give a 5 minute presentation to let people know who they are and what they are working on. These will take place early in the workshop before the reception or breaks. A few poster submissions may be selected, at the option of the organizers for 20 minute talks on recent developments.Monday July 6  
9:00  9:20 am  Welcome and Introduction 
9:20  10:10  David Kribs (University of Guelph) Introduction to some operator structures relevant to quantum information 
10:10  10:40  Break 
10:40  11:30  John Watrous (University of Waterloo) Semidefinite programs for completely bounded norms 
1130  12:20 pm  Carlos Palazuelos (Universidad Complutense
de Madrid) Operator Spaces: A natural language for Bell Inequalities 
12:20  2:30  Lunch Break 
2:30  3:20  Erling Stormer (University of Oslo) Mapping cones of positive maps of B(H) into itself with H finite dimensional 
3:20  3:50  Vladimir Korepin (Yang Institute
for Theoretical Physics) Entanglement in Quantum Spin Chains 
3:50  4:20  Break 
4:20  4:50  preposter announcements Jon Tyson (Harvard University) Twosided bounds on minimumerror quantum measurement, quantum conditional minentropy, and on the reversibility of quantum dynamics using the first JezekRehacekFiurasekHradil iterate Marco Piani (Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo) All entangled states are useful for channel discrimination Yingkai Ouyang (University of Waterloo) Upper bounds on the rate of nondegenerate pary stabilizer codes Raisa Karasik (University of California, Berkeley) Multiparticle decoherence free subspaces and incoherently generated coherences Cedric Beny (National University of Singapore ) Quantum error correction on infinitedimensional Hilbert spaces 
4:50  5:00  ManDuen Choi (University of Toronto) The Stinespring Theorem made difficult 
5:00  6:30  Reception and Poster Session Fields Institute 
Tuesday July 7  
9:00  9:50 am  Edward Effros (UCLA) Introduction to operator spaces 
9:50  10:20  Volkher Scholz (LUH) Tsirelson's problem 
10:20  10:50  Break 
10:50  11:40  Marius Junge (University of Illinois) Mixed Lpnorms and minimal entropy 
11:40  12:10  Nilufer Koldan/ Christopher King (Northeastern University) 
12:10  2:30 pm  Lunch Break 
2:30  3:20  Ion Nechita (University of Ottawa
and Université Lyon 1) Majorization, entanglement catalysis, stochastic domination and $\ell_p$ norms 
3:20  3:50  Mary Beth Ruskai (Tufts University) LOCC in operator language 
3:50  4:20  Break 
4:20  5:10  Fernando Brandao (Imperial
College London) Quantum hypothesis testing of noni.i.d. states and its connection to reversible resource theories 
Wednesday July 8  
9:00  9:50 am  Graeme Smith (IBM TJ Watson Research Center) Introduction to quantum channel capacities 
9:50  10:30  Debbie Leung (University of Waterloo) Continuity of quantum channel capacities 
10:30  11:00  Break 
11:00  11:40  Toby Cubitt (University of
Bristol) Superactivation of the ZeroError Classical Capacity of a Quantum Channel 
11:40 12:30  Christopher King (Northeastern University) Comments on Hastings' additivity counterexamples 
Free Afternoon  
Thursday July 9  
9:00  9:50 am  Stephanie Wehner (Caltech) A strong converse for classical channel coding using entangled inputs 
9:50  10:40  Patrick Hayden (McGill University) A liberation process for quantum mutual information 
10:40  11:10  Break 
11:10  11:50  Ion Nechita (University of Ottawa and Université
Lyon 1) Random quantum channels: graphical calculus 
11:50  12:20  Benoit Collins (University
of Ottawa) Random quantum channels: almost sure confinement of the eigenvalues 
12:20  2:30 pm  Lunch Break 
2:30  3:20  Milan Mosonyi (National University of Singapore) Discriminating correlated states of quantum lattice systems 
3:20  3:50  Break 
3:50  4:40 
Igor Bjelakovic/ Janis Noetzel (Technische Universitaet
Berlin) 
4:40  5:10  open prob discussion 
Friday July 10  
9:00  9:50 am  Michael Wolf (Copenhagen University) Short stories on concatenated quantum channels 
9:50  10:40  M.E.Shirokov (Steklov Mathematical Institute) The stability property of the set of quantum states and its applications 
10:40  11:10  Break 
11:10  12:00  Koenraad Audenaert (University of London) Variance bounds and commutators 
12:00  12:30 pm  WRAPUP 
Full Name  University/Affiliation 
Andrews, Rob  (no affiliation) 
Audenaert, Koenraad  Royal Holloway, University of London 
Belinschi, Serban  University of Saskatchewan 
Beny, Cedric  National University of Singapore 
Bodmann, Bernhard  University of Houston 
Brandao, Fernando  Imperial College London 
Choi, ManDuen  University of Toronto 
Collins, Benoît  University of Ottawa 
Crann, Jason  University of Guelph 
Cubitt, Toby  University of Bristol 
Cui, Wei  University of Toronto 
Curty, Marcos  University of Vigo 
Effros, Edward  University of California, Los Angeles 
Elliott, George  University of Toronto 
Farenick, Douglas  University of Regina 
Floricel, Remus  University of Regina 
Fukuda, Motohisa  University of California, Davis 
Guenda, Kenza  University of Algiers 
Halevy, Itamar  
Hayden, Patrick  McGill University 
Helwig, Wolfram  University of Toronto 
Janssen, Gisbert  Technische Universitaet Berlin 
Johnston, Nathaniel  University of Guelph 
Junge, Marius  University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign 
Kalantar, Mehrdad  Carleton University 
Karasik, Raisa  University of California, Berkeley 
Kemp, Todd  Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
King, Christopher  Northeastern University 
Klyachko, Alexander  Bilkent University 
Korepin, Vladimir  Stony Brook University 
Koukiou, Flora  Universite de CergyPontoise 
Kribs, David  University of Guelph 
Leung, Debbie  University of Waterloo 
Levick, Jeremy  University of Guelph 
Lo, HoiKwong  University of Toronto 
Loubenets, Elena  Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics 
Magesan, Easwar  University of Waterloo 
Matsumoto, Keiji  National Institute of Informatics 
Morgan, Ciara  Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies 
Mosonyi, Milan  Centre for Quantum Technologies, NUS 
Nathanson, Michael  Saint Mary's College 
Nechita, Ion  Institut Camille Jordan, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 
Noetzel, Janis  Technische Universität Berlin 
O'Meara, Corey  University of Guelph 
Orser, Brenda  B.I.O. Letha Information Systems, Inc. 
Ouyang, Yingkai  University of Waterloo 
Palazuelos Cabezón, Carlos  Universidad Complutense de Madrid 
Pereira, Rajesh  University of Guelph 
Petritis, Dimitri  University of Rennes 1 
Piani, Marco  University of Waterloo 
Plosker, Sarah  University of Regina 
Redelmeier, Emily  Queen's University 
Rosgen, Bill  University of Waterloo 
Ruskai, Mary Beth  Tufts Unvierstiy 
Scholz, Volkher  LUH 
Seiler, Ruedi  Technische Universitaet Berlin 
Shirokov, Maksim  Steklov Mathematical Institute 
Shultz, Fred  Wellesley College 
Smith, Graeme  IBM TJ Watson Research Center 
Størmer, Erling  University of Oslo 
Szarek, Stanislaw  Case Western Reserve University 
Tyson, Jon  Harvard University 
Wang, JiunChau  Queen's University 
Watrous, John  University of Waterloo 
Wehner, Stephanie  California Institute of Technology 
Wolf, Michael  Copenhagen University 
Wu, Jonathan  University of Windsor 