Papers & talks

(updated on September 2014)


PAPERS

(click here for my papers on arXiv)

(click here for my papers on Web of Science)

( 1486 Google Scholar citations and h-index 21, 1398 SAO/NASA ADS citations and h-index 22, 1089 ISI citations and h-index 20 )

44.- Robustness of symmetry-protected topological orders in a spin-2 quantum chain. A. Kshetrimayum, H.-Hao Tu, R. Orus [to appear]

43.- Advances on Tensor Network Theory: Symmetries, Fermions, Entanglement, and Holography. R. Orus [e-print:arXiv:1407.6552]

42.- Topological Minimally Entangled States via Geometric Measure. O. Buerschaper, A. Garcia-Saez, R. Orus, T.-C. Wei [submitted to JSTAT, to appear]

41.- Topological transitions from multipartite entanglement with tensor networks: sharper and faster. R. Orus, T.-Chieh Wei, O. Buerschaper, A. Garcia-Saez [e-print:arXiv:1406.0585]

40.- A Practical Introduction to Tensor Networks: Matrix Product States and Projected Entangled Pair States. R. Orus, Annals of Physics 349 (2014) 117–158 [e-print:arXiv:1306.2164]

39.- Geometric Entanglement in Topologically Ordered States. R. Orus, T.-Chieh Wei, O. Buerschaper, M. van den Nest, New Journal of Physics 16, 013015 (2014) [e-print:arXiv:1304.1339]

38.- Bounds on universal quantum computation with perturbed 2d cluster states. R. Orus, H. Kalis, M. Bornemann, K. P. Schmidt, Physical Review A 87, 062312 (2013) [e-print:arXiv:1211.4054]

37.- Fate of the cluster state on the square lattice in a magnetic field. H. Kalis, D. Klagges, R. Orus, K. P. Schmidt, Physical Review A 86, 022317 (2012) [eprint:arXiv:1205.5185]

36.- Comment on “Topological quantum phase transitions of attractive spinless fermions in a honeycomb lattice” by Poletti D. et al. P. Corboz, S. Caponi, A. M. Läuchli, B. Bauer, R. Orus, EuroPhysics Letters 98, 27005 (2012) [eprint:arXiv:1204.4791]

35.- Exploring corner transfer matrices and corner tensors for the classical simulation of quantum lattice systems. R. Orus, Physical Review B 85, 205117 (2012) [eprint:arXiv:1112.4101].

34.- Breakdown of a perturbed Z_N topological phase. M. D. Schulz, S. Dusuel, R. Orus, J. Vidal, K. P. Schmidt, New Journal of Physics 14, 025005 (2012) [eprint:arXiv:1110.3632].

33.- Topological Geometric Entanglement. R. Orus, T.-Chieh Wei [eprint:arXiv:1108.1537]

32.- Intermediate Haldane phase in spin-2 quantum chains with uniaxial anisotropy. H.-Hao Tu, R. Orus, Physical Review B 84, 140407(R) (2011)  [eprint:arXiv:1107.2911].

31.- Effective field theory for the SO(n) bilinear-biquadratic spin chain. H.-Hao Tu, R. Orus, Physical Review Letters 107, 077204 (2011) [eprint:arXiv:1104.0494].

30.- Entanglement and SU(n) symmetry in one-dimensional valence bond solid states. R. Orus, H.-Hao Tu, Physical Review B 83, 201101(R) (2011) [eprint:arXiv:1103.3994].

29.- Robustness of a perturbed topological phase. S. Dusuel, M. Kamfor, R. Orus, K. P. Schmidt, J. Vidal, Physical Review Letters 106, 107203 (2011) [eprint:arXiv:1012.1740].

28.- Phase diagram of the SO(n) bilinear-biquadratic chain from many-body entanglement. R. Orus, T.-Chieh Wei, H.-Hao Tu, Physical Review B 84, 064409 (2011) [e-print:arXiv:1010.5029].

27.- Implementing global Abelian symmetries in projected entangled-pair state algorithms. B. Bauer, P. Corboz, R. Orus, M. Troyer, Physical Review B 81, 165104 (2010) [e-print:arXiv:1010.3595].

26.- Geometric entanglement of one-dimensional systems: bounds and scalings in the thermodynamic limit. R. Orus, T.-Chieh Wei, Quantum Information and Computation, Vol. 11, No. 7&8 (2011), pp. 0563-0573 [e-print:arXiv:1006.5584]

25.- Simulation of strongly correlated fermions in two spatial dimensions with fermionic Projected Entangled-Pair States.  P. Corboz, R. Orus, B. Bauer, G. Vidal,  Physical Review B 81 165104 (2010) [e-print:arXiv:0912.0646].

24.- Visualizing elusive phase transitions with geometric entanglement. R. Orus, T.-Chieh Wei, Physical Review B 82 155120 (2010) [e-print:arXiv:0910.2488].

23.- Simulation of two dimensional quantum systems on an infinite lattice revisited:  corner transfer matrix for tensor contraction. R. Orus, G. Vidal, Physical Review B 80 094403 (2009), [e-print:arXiv:0905.3225].

22.- Finite-Size Geometric Entanglement from Tensor Network Algorithms. Q.-Q. Shi, R. Orus, J. O. Fjaerestad, H.-Q. Zhou, New Journal of Physics 12 025008, [e-print:arXiv:0901.2863].

21.- Numerical study of the hard-core Bose-Hubbard Model on an Infinite Square Lattice. J. Jordan, R. Orus, G. Vidal, Physical Review B 79, 174515 (2009), selected as Editors’ Suggestion [e-print:arXiv:0901.0420].

20.- First order phase transition in the anisotropic quantum orbital compass model. R. Orus, A. C. Doherty, G. Vidal, Physical Review Letters 102, 077203 (2009) [e-print: arXiv:0809.4068].

19.- Geometric Entanglement in a One-Dimensional Valence Bond Solid State. R. Orus,  Physical Review A  78, 062332 (2008)   [e-print: arXiv:0808.0938].

18.- Equivalence of critical scaling laws for many-body entanglement in the Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick model. R. Orus, S. Dusuel, J. Vidal, Physical Review Letters 101, 025701 (2008) [e-print: arXiv:0803.3151].

17.- The iTEBD algorithm beyond unitary evolution. R. Orus, G. Vidal, Physical Review B 78, 155117 (2008)  [e-print: arXiv:0711.3960]

16.- Universal geometric entanglement close to quantum phase transitions. R. Orus, Physical Review Letters 100, 130502 (2008); [e-print: arXiv:0711.2556]

15.- Ground state fidelity from tensor network representations. H-Q. Zhou, R. Orus, and G. Vidal, Physical Review Letters 100, 080601 (2008) [e-print: arXiv:0709.4596]

14.- Classical simulation of infinite-size quantum lattice systems in 2 spatial dimensions. J. Jordan, R. Orus, G. Vidal, F. Verstraete, and J. I. Cirac,  Physical Review Letters 101, 250602 (2008) [e-print: cond-mat/0703788]

13.- Matrix Product States Algorithms and Continuous Systems. S. Iblisdir, R. Orus, and J. I. Latorre, Physical Review B 75, 104305 (2007) [e-print: cond-mat/0610530]

12.- Entropy and Exact Matrix Product Representation of the Laughlin Wave Function. S. Iblisdir, J. I. Latorre, and R. Orus, Physical Review Letters 98, 060402 (2007) [e-print: cond-mat/0609088]

11.- Half the entanglement in critical systems is distillable from a single specimen. R. Orus, J. I. Latorre, J. Eisert, and M. Cramer, Physical Review A 73, 060303 (2006) [e-print: quant-ph/0509023]

10.- Simulation of many-qubit quantum computation with matrix product states. M. C. Bañuls, R. Orus, J. I. Latorre, A. Perez, and P. Ruiz-Femenia, Physical Review A 73, 022344 (2006) [e-print: quant-ph/0503174]

9.- Two Slightly-Entangled NP-Complete Problems. R. Orus, Quantum Information and Computation, Vol. 5, No. 6 (2005), pp. 449-455 [e-print: quant-ph/0502022]

8.- Entanglement and majorization in (1+1)-dimensional quantum systems. R. Orus, Physical Review A 71, 052327 (2005), erratum-ibid 73, 019904 (2006) [e-print: quant-ph/0501110]

7.- Entanglement entropy in the Lipkin-Meshkov-Glick model. J. I. Latorre, R. Orus, E. Rico, and J. Vidal, Physical Review A 71, 064101 (2005) [e-print: cond-mat/0409611]

6.- Weakly-entangled states are dense and robust. R. Orus and R. Tarrach, Physical Review A 70, 050101 (2004) [e-print: quant-ph/0404100]

5.- Quantum Phase Transitions in Anti-ferromagnetic Planar Cubic Lattices. C. Wellard and R. Orus, Physical Review A 70, 062318 (2004)  [e-print: quant-ph/0401144]

4.- Universality of Entanglement and Quantum Computation Complexity. R. Orus and J. I. Latorre, Physical Review A 69, 052308 (2004) [e-print: quant-ph/0311017]

3.- Adiabatic Quantum Computation and Quantum Phase Transitions. J. I. Latorre and R. Orus, Physical Review A 69, 062302 (2004) [e-print: quant-ph/0308042]

2.- Systematic Analysis of Majorization in Quantum Algorithms. R. Orus, J. I. Latorre and M. A. Martin-Delgado, European Physical Journal D 29, 119-132 (2004) [e-print: quant-ph/0212094]

1.- Natural Majorization of the Quantum Fourier Transformation in phase-estimation algorithms. R. Orus, J. I. Latorre, and M. A. Martin-Delgado, Quantum Information Processing Volume 1 Issue 4, 283-302 (2003) [e-print: quant-ph/0206134]


BOOKS AND THESIS

1.- Entanglement, Quantum Phase Transitions and Quantum Algorithms. R. Orus, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Barcelona, 2006 (download)


TALKS (invited, contributed and other)

(click here for my talks in PIRSA)

(click here for an introductory talk on PEPS)

79.- Introduction to Tensor Networks, 4th Les Houches School in Computation Physics: From quantum gases to strongly correlated systems at École de Physique des Houches, Les Houches (France), July 4th 2014.

78.- Introduction to Tensor Networks (4-day course), Universidad del Pais Vasco (Spain), June 10th-13th.

77.- Introduction to Tensor Networks, School on computational methods in quantum materials at Jouvence (Canada), June 5th.

76.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, Mainz-Marburg Meeting, workshop at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität (Germany), May 21st 2014.

75.- Introduction to Tensor Networks, DPG Spring Meeting 2014 of the Condensed Matter Section, Tutorial Session ”Advanced Algorithms for Correlated Quantum Matter” at TU Dresden (Germany), March 30th 2014.

74.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, Universidad del Pais Vasco (Spain), March 17th 2014.

73.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, ICFO, Barcelona (Spain), February 28th 2014.

72.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), February 26th 2014.

71.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, Uiversitat de Barcelona (Spain), February 24th 2014.

70.- On the tensor network approach to quantum many-body systems, 5th R-ION Meeting at Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Germany), November 12th 2013.

69.- 2d infinite PEPS: recent results and future perspectives, CMSI International Workshop 2013: Recent Progress in Tensor Network Algorithms at RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science, Kobe (Japan), October 16th 2013.

68.- 2d topological order: robustness and multipartite entanglement, talk at the Statistical Physics of Quantum Matter workshop at National Taiwan University, Taipei (Taiwan), July 29th 2013.

67.- Robustness of 2d Topological Order and Cluster States Using infinite PEPS, talk at the Mainz-Marburg Meeting, workshop at the Universität Marburg (Germany), July 11th 2013.

66.- Entanglement and Tensor Networks to Understand Quantum Many-Body Systems, talk at the Institutstreff, workshop at the Institut für Physik, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Germany), July 4th 2013.

65.- Robustness of 2d topological order and cluster states using infinite PEPS, talk at the Tensor network algorithms in computational physics and numerical analysis workshop at ETH, Zurich (Switzerland), May 17th 2013.

64.- 2d topological order: robustness and multipartite entanglement, talk at the Benasque symposium on topological quantum information, Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual, Benasque (Spain), February 15th 2013.

63.- Robustness of 2d topological order and cluster states using infinite Projected Entangled Pair States, talk at the Mini-Workshop on Recent Developments on DMRG and TNS, National Taiwan University, Taipei (Taiwan), December 10th 2012.

62.- Introduction to PEPS, tutorial given at the DMRG101 Winter School at National Taiwan University, Taipei (Taiwan), December 8th 2012.

61.- Robustness of 2d topological order and cluster states using infinite Projected Entangled Pair States methods, talk at the Workshop on Quantum Simulatons, Universidad del Pais Vasco, Bilbao (Spain), October 24th 2012.

60.- Robustness of 2d topological order and cluster states using infinite Projected Entangled Pair States methods, talk at the ICE-0 Workshop de Información Cuántica en España at CSIC, Madrid (Spain), September 18th 2012.

59.- Robustness of 2d topological order and cluster states using infinite Projected Entangled Pair States methods, talk at the MPQ Theory Group Workshop held at Friedrichshafen (Germany), September 15th 2012.

58.- Entanglement and tensor networks to understand quantum many-body systems, talk at the Mathematics Department, Royal Holloway University of London, London (England), September 3rd 2012.

57.- Tips to apply for a Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship, talk given at the Regional Workshop for 2012 Marie Curie Fellowship proposers: “Finishing touch” for your proposal at the Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching, (Germany), August 2nd 2012.

56.- Robustness of 2d topological order and cluster states using classical simulations with infinite Projected Entangled Pair States, talk at LMU München (Germany), June 29th 2012.

55.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, talk at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona (Spain), May 21st  2012.

54.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, talk at the DMRG Gathering 2012, Erwin Schrödinger Institut for MAthematical Physics, Vienna (Austria), May 4th  2012.

53.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, talk at the Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany), March 21st 2012.

52.- Entanglement and tensor networks to understand quantum many-body systems, talk at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) (Switzerland), March 15th 2012.

51.- Entanglement and tensor networks to understand quantum many-body systems, talk at the Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Germany), March 8th 2012.

50.- Continuous Unitary Transformations for Quantum Many-Body Systems, talk at the Max-Planck Institut für Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), February 1st 2012.

49.- Introduction to Tensor Networks, talk at the Universität Würzburg (Germany), October 19th 2011.

48.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, talk at the Max-Planck Institut für Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), September 28th 2011.

47.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, talk at the International Conference on Quantum Information Processing and Communication (QIPC) 2011, ETH, Zurich (Switzerland), September 8th 2011.

46.- Tips to apply for a Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship, talk (via video message) given at the Regional Workshop for 2011 Marie Curie Fellowship proposers: “Finishing touch” for your proposal at the Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik, Garching, (Germany), July 28th 2011.

45.- Entanglement in many-body systems, talk given at the Perspectives in quantum information, quantum optics and condensed matter, workshop at the Zum Gourmet Wellness Hotel, Seefeld (Austria), May 27th 2011.

44.- Robustness of a topological phase, talk given at the Theoretical Nanophysics Group at LMU München (Germany), May 18th 2011.

43.- Introduction to MERA, tutorial given at the Max Planck Institut Für Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), April 7th 2011.

42.- Classical Simulations of Many-Body Systems with Infinite Projected Entangled Pair States, talk given at the Workshop on Quantum Simulation, workshop held at the Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual, Benasque (Spain), March 4th 2011.

41.- Introduction to tensor network algorithms, tutorial given at the Max Planck Institut Für Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), February 10th 2011.

40.- Introduction to tensor network algorithms, tutorial given at the TU Dortmund, Dortmund (Germany), February 4th 2011.

39.- Infinite projected entangled pair states: properties and applications, talk given at the TU Dortmund, Dortmund (Germany), February 2nd 2011.

38.- Robustness of a topological phase, talk given at the 10a Trobada de Nadal de Fisica Teorica at the University of Barcelona (Spain), December 20th 2010.

37.- Simulating two-dimensional quantum systems on an infinite lattice using Projected Entangled Pair States and Corner Transfer Matrices, talk given at the XXIV IUPAP International Conference on Statistical Physics (Statphys 24), conference at the Convention Centre, Cairns (Australia), July 23rd 2010.

36.- Simulation of infinite-size 2D quantum lattice systems: corner transfer matrices and fermionic systems, talk given at the Doppler Institute, Prague (Czech Republic), February 9th 2010.

35.- Simulation of infinite-size 2D quantum lattice systems: corner transfer matrices and fermionic systems, talk given at the Tensor Network Workshop 2010, at the Max Planck Institut Fur Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), January 29th 2010.

34.- Simulation of infinite-size 2D quantum lattice systems: corner transfer matrices and fermionic systems, talk given at the 9a Trobada de Nadal de Fisica Teorica, at the University of Barcelona (Spain), December 21st 2009.

33.- Simulation of infinite-size 2D quantum lattice systems: corner transfer matrices and fermionic systems, talk given at the Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques (ICFO), Barcelona (Spain), December 18th 2009.

32.- Recent developments on the simulation of 2D quantum many-body systems with infinite projected entangled pair states, contributed talk given at the 2009 Annual Statistical Mechanics Meeting, workshop held at the Mathematical Sciences Institute, The Australian National University, Canberra (Australia), December 1st 2009.

31.- Recent developments on the simulation of 2D quantum many-body systems with infinite projected entangled pair states, talk given at the Quantum Simulation Group, University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), November 27th 2009.

30.- The corner transfer matrix revisited, talk given at the Quantum Simulation Group, University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), May 24th and July 2nd 2009.

29.- Progress on infinite TPS/PEPS algorithms, invited talk given at the conference Numerical Approaches to Quantum Many-body Systems at the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) (USA), January 28th 2009.

28.- Quantum many-body systems and tensor networks: simulation methods and applications, talk given at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles (USA), January 19th  2009 (download slides in pdf).

27.- Quantum many-body systems and tensor networks: simulation methods and applications, talk given at the Condensed matter department, Boston University, Boston (USA), January 15th  2009.

26.- Quantum many-body systems and tensor networks: simulation methods and applications, talk given at the Max Planck Institut Fur Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), January 8th  2009.

25.- First order phase transition in the anisotropic quantum orbital compass model, talk given at the Quantum Information Group, University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), November 6th 2008.

24.- Quantum many-body systems and tensor networks: simulation methods and applications, talk given at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo (Canada), October 8th 2008.

23.- Simulation of quantum many-body systems with tensor network methods, talk given at the Physics Colloquium, University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), June 20th 2008.

22.- Entanglement and the simulation of 2D systems, talk given at the Tensor network methods and entanglement in quantum maby-body systems, workshop held at the Erwin Schroedinger Institut for Mathematical Physics (ESI), Vienna (Austria), January 17th 2008.

21.- Entanglement and the simulation of 2D systems, talk given at the Institute of Quantum Optcs and Quantum Information (IQOQI), University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck (Austria), January 11th 2008.

20.- Entanglement and the simulation of 2D systems, invited talk given at the Workshop on Simulation at the University of Barcelona (Spain), January 3rd 2008.

19.- Entanglement and the simulation of 2D quantum systems, invited talk given at the 7a Trobada de Nadal de Fisica Teorica at the University of Barcelona (Spain), December 20th 2007.

18.- Entanglement and the simulation of 2D quantum systems, talk given at the School of Physical Sciences, University of Queensand, Brisbane (Australia), October 30th 2007.

17.- Tensor networks and the numerical study of quantum and classical systems on infinite lattices, talk given at the Quantum Information Group, University of Queensand, Brisbane (Australia), February 16th 2007.

16.- Tensor networks and the numerical study of quantum and classical systems on infinite lattices, invited talk given at the 6a Trobada de Nadal de Fisica Teorica at the University of Barcelona (Spain), December 20th 2006.

15.- Entanglement, quantum phase transitions and quantum algorithms. Ph.D. thesis presentation and defense at the University of Barcelona (Spain), July 20th 2006.

14.- Entanglement loss properties and classical simulability of quantum many-body systems, talk given at the Quantum Information Group, University of Queensand, Brisbane (Australia), March 9th 2006.

13.- Basics on Renormalization and Conformal Field Theory, tutorial given at the Quantum Information Group, University of Queensand, Brisbane (Australia), March 2nd and 7th 2006.

12.- Entanglement loss properties and classical simulability of quantum many-body systems, talk given at the IBM Watson Research Center, Yorktown (U.S.), February 21th 2006.

11.- Entanglement loss properties and classical simulability of quantum many-body systems, talk given at the Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo, Waterloo (Canada), February 13th 2006.

10.- Classical simulation of adiabatic quantum algorithms using matrix product states, invited talk given at the Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Adiabatic Approximation Workshop at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo (Canada), February 9th 2006.

9.- Entanglement loss properties and classical simulability of quantum many-body systems, talk given at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo (Canada), February 6th 2006.

8.- Large-N entanglement-handled simulation of a quantum computer using PEPS, talk given at the Informal Quantum Information Gathering (IQING) 2005, at the Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris (France), July 23rd 2005.

7.- An introduction to (quantum) complexity theory, talk given at the Max Planck Institut Fur Quantenoptik, Garching (Germany), May 4th 2005.

6.- Simulation of many-qubit quantum computation with matrix product states, invited talk given at the Ringberg meeting of the group of Prof. Ignacio Cirac at the Ringberg castle (Germany), April 6th 2005.

5.- Informacio i computacio quantiques, invited talk given inside of the program of conferences Encontres amb el tercer cicle at the University of Barcelona (Spain), October 14th 2004 (this talk was advertised in the science and technology section of the national spanish newspaper El Pais on October 13th 2004).

4.- Entropy and Majorization in Quantum Spin Systems, invited talk given at the interregional meeting Barcelona-Montpellier-Zaragoza, at the Departament d’Estructura i Constituents de la Materia of the University of Barcelona (Spain), September 17th 2004.

3.- Entropia de forats negres i correlacions quantiques, & robustesa de correlacions quantiques febles a sistemes de tres qubits, DEA presentation at the University of Barcelona (Spain), June 30th 2004.

2.- News on Quantum Algorithms, talk given at the Departament d’Estructura i Constituents de la Materia of the University of Barcelona (Spain), March 10th 2003.

1.- Majorization analysis of the quantum Fourier transformation in phase-estimation algorithms, talk given at the Departament d’Estructura i Constituents de la Materia of the University of Barcelona (Spain), May 15th 2002.


POSTERS

16.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, Topological matter out of equilibrium, MPIPKS, Dresden (Germany), March 27th-29th 2014.

15.- Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states: theory and numerics, Entanglement detection and quantification, Bilbao (Spain), March 10th-13th 2014.

14.- Robustness of 2d cluster states, at Entanglement Spectra in Complex Quantum Wavefunctions, workshop at the Max-Planck Institut of Complex Systems, Dresden (Germany), from November 12th 2012 to November 16th 2012.

13.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, at Quantum Information meets Statistical Mechanics 2012, workshop held at Innsbruck (Austria), from September 21st 2012 to September 24th 2012.

12.- Studying the robustness of topological phases with infinite-PEPS and pCUT methods, at Workshop on Synergies between Field Theory and Exact Computational Methods in Strongly Correlated Quantum Matter, workshop held at Trieste (Italy), from July 24th 2011 to July 29th 2011.

11.- Simulating two-dimensional quantum systems on an infinite lattice using Projected Entangled Pair States and Corner Transfer Matrices, at MPQ-ICFO Workshop 2010, workshop held at St. Benet (Spain), from December 14th 2010 to December 17th 2010.

10.- Entanglement in many-body systems and infinite PEPS: recent developments and perspectives, at 13th Workshop on Quantum Information Processing (QIP) 2010, workshop held at ETH, Zurich (Switzerland), from January 15th 2010 to January 22nd 2010.

9.- Simulation of infinite 2D lattice systems with TPS/PEPS, (poster presented by Jacob Jordan) at Quantum Frontiers Symposium 2009, workshop held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), from April 2nd 2009 to April 3rd 2009.

8.- Universal Geometric Entanglement Close to Quantum Phase Transitions, at 4th Asia-Pacific Conference in Quantum Information Science (APCQIS) 2008, conference held at the Novotel Palm Cove Resort, Cairns (Australia), from July 2nd to July 5th 2008.

7.- Classical simulation of mixed-state evolution under completely-positive maps, at The Tenth Workshop on Quantum Information Processing (QIP) 2007, workshop held at the Queensland Conservatorium, Brisbane (Australia), from January 30th 2007 to February 3rd 2007.

6.- Simulation of infinite 2-dimensional systems with PEPS, (poster presented by Jacob Jordan) at The Tenth Workshop on Quantum Information Processing (QIP) 2007, workshop held at the Queensland Conservatorium, Brisbane (Australia), from January 30th 2007 to February 3rd 2007.

5.- Universality of Entanglement and Quantum Computation Complexity, at Quantum Entanglement in Physical and Information Sciences, conference held at the Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa (Italy), from December 14th to December 18th 2004.

4.- Universality of Entanglement and Quantum Computation Complexity, at Entanglement, Information and Noise, conference held at the Krzyzowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe, Krzyzowa (Poland), from June 14th to June 20th 2004.

3.- Universality of Entanglement and Quantum Computation Complexity, at 2004 Latsis Symposium on Quantum Communication and Computing, workshop held at the EPFL, Lausanne (Switzerland), from March 1st to March 3rd 2004.

2.- Systematic Analysis of Majorization in Quantum Algorithms, at Quantum Entanglement and Information Processing, school held at the Ecole de Physique, Les Houches (France), from June 30th to July 25th 2003.

1.- Systematic Analysis of Majorization in Quantum Algorithms, at Advances in Quantum Information Processing: from Theory to Experiments, conference held at the Ettore Majorana Center, Erice (Italy), from March 15th to March 22nd 2003.


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