Thursday, **October 19**, 4:00 - 5:30, Jeff 319

Josué Daniel Vázquez Becerra (Queen's
University)

Liberation and the bounded cumulants property, part II

In this talk, we will show that conjugation by
certain
random unitary liberating matrices delivers the
bounded
cumulants property.

Tuesday, **October 10**, 4:00 - 5:30, Jeff 319

Josué Daniel Vázquez Becerra (Queen's University)

Liberation and the bounded cumulants property

In this talk, we will show that conjugation by certain
random unitary liberating matrices delivers the bounded
cumulants property.

Tuesday, **October 3**, 1:30 - 2:30, Jeff 319

Jamie Mingo (Queen's University)

The Role of the Transpose in Free Probability:

the partial transpose of R-cyclic operators, Part III

the partial transpose of R-cyclic operators, Part III

I will continue from last week.

Monday, **September 25**, 1:30 - 2:30, Jeff 319

Jamie Mingo (Queen's University)

The Role of the Transpose in Free Probability:

the partial transpose of R-cyclic operators, Part II

the partial transpose of R-cyclic operators, Part II

I will continue from last week.

Tuesday, **September 19**, 4:00 - 5:30, Jeff 319

Jamie Mingo (Queen's University)

The Role of the Transpose in Free Probability:

the partial transpose of R-cyclic operators

the partial transpose of R-cyclic operators

Like tensor independence, free independence gives us
rules for doing calculations. With random matrix models,
we usually need tensor independence of the entries and
some kind of group invariance of the joint distribution
of the entries to get the (asymptotic) freeness necessary
to apply the tools of free probability.

A few years ago Mihai Popa and I found that the transpose also produces asymptotic freeness, i.e. a matrix could be asymptotically free from its own transpose. Since that we have expanded this work to the case of the partial transposes that arise in quantum information theory.

In this talk I will explain what happens when one transposes certain R-cyclic operators.

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