Free Probability Theory for Floquet and Quantum ManyBody Systems Speaker(s): Ramis Movassagh
Abstract: Suppose the eigenvalue distributions of two matrices $M_1$ and $M_2$ are known. What is the eigenvalue distribution of the sum $M_1+M_2$? This problem has a rich pure mathematics history dating back to H. Weyl (1912) with many applications in various fields. Free probability theory... read more
Date: 23/05/2018  4:00 pm

Studying Manybody physics through coding theory Speaker(s): Ramis Movassagh
Abstract: Many interesting physical systems in condensed matter physics may be described in the language of errorcorrecting codes. In this talk, we illustrate the applications of coding theoretical techniques to problems in manybody physics by reviewing our recent works. In particular, we discuss (1) the cl... read more
Date: 08/12/2011  1:00 pm
Series: Quantum Information

Isotropic Entanglement Speaker(s): Ramis Movassagh
Abstract: One of the major problems hindering progress in quantum many body systems is the inability to describe the spectrum of the Hamiltonian. The spectrum corresponds to the energy spectrum of the problem and is of outmost importance in accounting for the physical properties of the system. A perceived di... read more
Date: 04/07/2010  4:40 pm
