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QLA Meets QIT 2019


Quantitative Linear Algebra Meets Quantum Information Theory -- The goal of this conference is to bring together mathematicians from areas such as operator algebras, quantum information theory, theoretical computer science, and free probability, and provide a stimulating environment to discuss problems and begin new projects. The intersection between operator algebras, quantitative linear algebra, and quantum information theory has grown ever larger and thus our hope is to address these overlapping interests and problems during the conference.


  • Konrad Aguilar, Title: Quantum Metrics on the Tensor Product of a Commutative C*-algebra and an AF C*-Algebra
  • Michael Brannan, TBA
  • Shawn Cui, Title: Kitaev's Finite Group Model as Error Correcting Code
  • Marius Junge, TBA
  • Travis Russell, Title: Two-Outcome Synchronous Quantum Correlations and Connes' Embedding Problem
  • Henry Yuen, TBA


  • Konrad Aguilar, Arizona State University
  • Roy Araiza, Purdue
  • Michael Brannan, Texas A&M
  • Seongjun Choi, Purdue
  • Shawn Cui, Purdue
  • Adam Dor-On, University of Copenhagen
  • Kari Eifler, Texas A&M
  • Priyanga Ganesan, Texas A&M
  • Li Gao, Texas A&M
  • David Jekel, University of California Los Angeles
  • Marius Junge, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Mehrdad Kalantar, University of Houston
  • Archit Kulkarni, University of California Berkeley
  • Nicholas Laracuente, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Haojian Li, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Travis Russell, West Point
  • Thomas Sinclair, Purdue
  • John Weeks, Texas A&M
  • Henry Yuen, University of Toronto

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QLA Meets QIT Purdue '19


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