Monotone Measures for Non-local Correlations
Halls department, Hall 6
Date and Time
Thursday, 28 December 2017
12:00 - 13:00
Non-locality is the phenomenon of observing strong correlations among the outcomes of local measurements of a multipartite physical system (particularly in quantum systems). No-signaling boxes are the abstract objects for studying non-locality, and wirings are local operations on the space of no-signaling boxes. This means that, no matter how non-local nature is, the set of physical non-local correlations must be closed under wirings. Then, one approach to identifying the non-locality of nature is to characterize closed sets of non-local correlations. Although non-trivial examples of wirings of no-signaling boxes are known, a systematic study of non-local correlations under wirings is a very hard problem. In this talk, after motivating the notion of no-signaling boxes, a measure of correlation will be introduced that is monotone under wirings. Using this measure, a continuum of sets of no-signaling boxes will be obtained that is closed under wirings.
His research interests include quantum computation and quantum information theory. He received B.Sc. from the Department of Mathematics at Sharif University of Technology in 2004. He received Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematics of MIT in 2009 under the supervision of Peter Shor. Before joining IPM, he was a postdoc at Institute for Quantum Information at Caltech. He is a member of the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Mathematical Physics.