|DATE||February 20 (Tue), 2018|
|SPEAKER||Jacek Aleksander Gruca|
|INSTITUTE||University of Gdansk|
|TITLE||Solving Large-Scale Optimization Problems Related to Bell's Theorem|
Impossibility of finding local realistic models for quantum correlations due to entanglement is an important fact in foundations of quantum physics, gaining now new applications in quantum information theory. This short talk will briefly describe formulation of an optimization problem, which enables the speaker's team at University of Gdańsk to quantify, for a given state, how much violation of local realistic models occurs. This metric of non-classicality is know as the critical visibility. The talk will also discuss various methods of solving the optimization problem.