Quantum Entanglement Rates

Series: 
Job Candidate Talk
Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 11:00
1 hour (actually 50 minutes)
Location: 
Skiles 006
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Institute for quantum information, RWTH University Aachen, Germany
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Organizer: 

Anna Vershynina is a job candidate. She is a Mathematical Physicist working on the rigorous mathematical theory of N-body problem and its relation with quantum information.

Entanglement is one of the crucial phenomena in quantum theory. The existence of entanglement between two parties allows for notorious protocols, like quantum teleportation and super dense coding. Finding a running time for many quantum algorithms depends on how fast a system can generate entanglement. This raises the following question: given some Hamiltonian and dissipative interactions between two or more subsystems, what is the maximal rate at which an ancilla-assisted entanglement can be generated in time. I will review a recent progress on  bounding the entangling rate in a closed bipartite system. Then I will generalize the problem first to open system and then to a higher multipartite system, presenting the most recent results in both cases.