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Nikoloz Tsimakuridze

Nikoloz Tsimakuridze External PhD student

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Mariami Gachechiladze, Nikoloz Tsimakuridze and Otfried Gühne
Graphical description of unitary transformations on hypergraph states
J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 50, 19LT01 (2017), arXiv:1612.01447

Hypergraph states form a family of multiparticle quantum states that generalizes cluster states and graph states. We study the action and graphical representation of nonlocal unitary transformations between hypergraph states. This leads to a generalization of local complementation and graphical rules for various gates, such as the CNOT gate and the Toffoli gate. As an application, we show that already for five qubits local Pauli operations are not sufficient to check local equivalence of hypergraph states. Furthermore, we use our rules to construct entanglement witnesses for three-uniform hypergraph states.

Nikoloz Tsimakuridze and Otfried Gühne
Graph states and local unitary transformations beyond local Clifford operations
J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 50, 195302 (2017), arXiv:1611.06938

Graph states are quantum states that can be described by a stabilizer formalism and play an important role in quantum information processing. We consider the action of local unitary operations on graph states and hypergraph states. We focus on non-Clifford operations and find for certain transformations a graphical description in terms of weighted hypergraphs. This leads to the indentification of hypergraph states that are locally equivalent to graph states. Moreover, we present a systematic way to construct pairs of graph states which are equivalent under local unitary operations, but not equivalent under local Clifford operations. This generates counterexamples to a conjecture known as LU-LC conjecture. So far, the only counterexamples to this conjecture were found by random search. Our method reproduces the smallest known counterexample as a special case and provides a physical interpretation.