My Research - by Matthias Christandl
I would like to tell you about a question that has kept me awake this past year...
MATH Newsletter has a relay race between the researchers at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. The goal is to present a series of small articles describing research across the department.
In December 2016 the baton was held by Matthias Christandl, who wrote the article “Tensor surgery”.
"Quantum information theory has by now matured as a research field and is situated at the intersection of mathematics, physics and computer science, yet it still offers a wealth of fundamental open puzzles and questions that one day might be realized quantum-physically in e.g. a fridge in HCØ building 3, 4th floor."
Read the article (pdf)