You are cordially invited to the Quantum Computing Seminar organized by the Department of Mathematics.
Speaker: Selman Ipek (Bilkent)
“Generalized Bell Inequality Experiments and Computation”
Abstract: In the simplified setting of non-adaptive MBQC the choice of measurement basis for one local system (e.g., qubit) does not depend on the outcomes of any previous measurements. Thus non-adaptive MBQC is similar in spirit to Bell-type experiments consisting of distant parties that do not communicate. Following Hoban, et al. we consider such Bell-type experiments and study the convex geometry of the corresponding local and nonlocal regions. Experimental setups with classical statistics that are explained by local hidden variable models (LVH) are found to have limited computational power, which are related to Bell-type inequalities.
Date: Friday, December 23, 2022
Place: SA141- Mathematics Seminar Room