For his PhD dissertation, Giannicola Scarpa examines quantum entanglement, a fundamental concept of quantum theory, and some of its applications in graph theory and zero-error information theory. Entanglement was first described in 1935 by Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen, who observed that it allowed for stronger-than-classical correlations between distant particles.
G. Scarpa, Quantum Entanglement in Non-Local Games, Graph Parameters and Zero-Error Information Theory.
Prof. R.M. de Wolf
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