When it rains it pours. I had three papers published in the last week. One experimental paper and two papers about entanglement.

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#### Fourier Transform on Finite Groups (Quantum Fourier Transform)

Often it’s useful to study functions on spaces by examining how they transform under various transformations of the spaces. This general idea gives rise to many interesting objects. 885 more words

#### A Holevo quantity inequality

For some reason, I wanted to know the following fact at some point.

Let be an ensemble of states of a bipartite system . For the Holevo information, we have where is the expected value of the quantum mutual information . 48 more words

#### Prospects in Mathematics

I’ve just spent two days in York, at the annual Prospects in Mathematics meeting.

This LMS-supported meeting is aimed at undergraduates or masters students who are thinking about doing a PhD, and tries to give them information about what research in mathematics is like, what different branches of mathematics entail, where you might go to work on a topic you are interested in, and so forth. 960 more words

#### Hello World2

Don’t worry about the title of the post, i’m just lazy to think of one for now so let Hello World series be my self introduction series. 232 more words

#### Open postdoc positions

The Brazilian Center for Research in Physics (CBPF), a research unit of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC), has openings for 13 postdoctoral scholar positions in various research topics. 37 more words

#### Spooky physics: 50 years of Bell's theorem

**For this frightful Halloween, JPhys+ is focussing on Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance,” non-locality and in particular Bell’s Theorem by highlighting a Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical…** 242 more words