Recent developments suggest the existence of links between quantum groups
and quantum information theory. Both fields have common problems and areas
of interest, such as random matrix theory. They also share important technical
tools, despite developing independently. However, there has never been a joint
meeting involving these two communities. This workshop aims to fill this gap,
and to bring together researchers from these areas so that they can learn
from each other's techniques, approaches and open problems. The topics discussed
during the workshop will range from the Weingarten calculus and planar combinatorial
calculations to quantum de Finetti theorems and free probability.
Herstmonceux Castle was made available through Queens University as
a Principal Fields Sponsor. This conference marks the first Fields Conference
sited in Europe.
Confirmed Participants as of March 19:
Maria Grazia Viola
Muneerah Al Nuwairan
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