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Martin Hofmann

Martin Hofmann former PhD student

Room: B-111

Phone: +49 271 740 3716


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M. Hofmann, A. Osterloh and O. Gühne
Scaling of genuine multiparticle entanglement at a quantum phase transition
Physical Review B 89, 134101 (2014), arXiv:1309.2217

We investigate the scaling and spatial distribution of genuine multiparticle entanglement in three- and four-spin reduced states of the one-dimensional XY-model at the quantum phase transition. We observe a logarithmic divergence and show that genuine three- and four-particle entanglement obeys finite-size scaling.

M. Hofmann, T. Moroder and O. Gühne
Analytical characterization of the genuine multiparticle negativity
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 47, 155301 (2014), arXiv:1401.2424

The genuine multiparticle negativity is a measure of genuine multiparticle entanglement which can be computed numerically. We present several results how this entanglement measure can be characterized analytically. First, we show that with an appropriate normalization this measure can be seen as coming from a mixed convex roof construction. Based on this, we determine its value for n-qubit GHZ-diagonal states and four-qubit cluster-diagonal states.

T. Moroder, J. Bancal, Y. Liang, M. Hofmann and O. Gühne
Device-independent entanglement quantification and related applications
Physical Review Letters 111, 030501 (2013), arXiv:1302.1336

We present a general method to quantify both bipartite and multipartite entanglement in a device-independent manner, meaning that we put a lower bound on the amount of entanglement present in a system based on observed data only but independently of any quantum description of the employed devices. Some of the bounds we obtain, such as for the Clauser-Horne-Shimony-Holt Bell inequality or the Svetlichny inequality, are shown to be tight. Besides, device-independent entanglement quantification can serve as a basis for numerous tasks. We show in particular that our method provides a rigorous way to construct dimension witnesses, gives new insights into the question whether bound entangled states can violate a Bell inequality, and can be used to construct device independent entanglement witnesses involving an arbitrary number of parties.

M. Hofmann, G. Rudolph and M. Schmidt
On the reflection type decomposition of the adjoint reduced phase space of a compact semisimple Lie group
Journal of Mathematical Physics 54, 083505 (2013), arXiv:1302.6118

We consider a system with symmetries whose configuration space is a compact Lie group, acted upon by inner automorphisms. The classical reduced phase space of this system decomposes into connected components of orbit type subsets. To investigate hypothetical quantum effects of this decomposition one has to construct the associated costratification of the Hilbert space of the quantum system in the sense of Huebschmann. In the present paper, instead of the decomposition by orbit types, we consider the related decomposition by reflection types (conjugacy classes of reflection subgroups). These two decompositions turn out to coincide, e.g., for the classical groups SU(n) and Sp(n). We derive defining relations for reflection type subsets in terms of irreducible characters and discuss how to obtain from that the corresponding costratification of the Hilbert space of the system. To illustrate the method, we give explicit results for some low rank classical groups.

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