Approximate Representations


The theme of this talk will be approximate representations. We will give one motivating example from quantum information theory (the Blum-Luby-Rubinfeld test) that demonstrates how approximate representations have applications in self-testing of quantum devices. We will then show how this generalizes to similar results for amenable groups and a possible extension to finite quantum groups.


ASUERAU C*-Seminar
January 25, 2023
WXLR A113 
and Virtual via Zoom
1:30-2:45pm MST/AZ

Our C*-Seminar will again be on Wednesdays from 1:30-2:45 pm (Arizona time, no daylight savings), meeting both in person (WXLR A307) and via zoom.

Also new: it's now the ASUERAU C*-Seminar (so, joint with our friends Lara and Mitch at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University up the road in Prescott).

(Please email the organizer John Quigg to be put on the email list if you would like to receive the link to the zoom seminar.)


Jennifer Zhu
PHD Candidate | Pure Mathematics - Quantum Information Waterloo
University of Waterloo 

WXLR A113 and virtual via Zoom