题目：Matrix Problems in Quantum Information Science
报告人：Professor Chi-Kwong Li （Mathematics Department College of William and Mary Institute for Quantum Computing University of Waterloo）
地点：宁静楼 110 室
摘要：We discuss some results and problems concerning the construction of quantum channels with desired properties. No quantum mechanics background is required. Basic linear algebra knowledge is assumed.
Professor Chi-Kwong Li received his mathematics BA and PhD degrees from The University of Hong Kong. He is currently the Ferguson Professor of Mathematics at the College of William and Mary, an affiliate member of the Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo. He is an honorary professor of Shanghai, the Co-Director of the International Research Center for Tensor and Matrix Theory, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Applied Algebra and Optimization Research Center of the Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea. He has received many awards in research and teaching including 2015 JMAA Ames Awards for a recent paper in the Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, the 2011 Fulbright Award, 2009 William and Mary Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence, 2008 William and Mary Simon Teaching Prize, 2004 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award. His research interest is on matrix, operator theory and their applications, and he has been focusing on quantum information science in recent years. He has published more than 300 research articles. He is on the editorial boards of “Linear and Multilinear Algebra” (chief editor), “Operators and Matrices” (chief editor), Linear Algebra and its Applications (senior editor), and INVOLVE – A Journal of Mathematics.
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