Papers and preprints

Quantum error correction:

Entanglement renormalization, quantum error correction, and bulk causality
Isaac H. Kim and Michael J. Kastoryano, JHEP 04 40 ,(arXiv:1701.00050 (2017))

Limits on the storage of quantum information in a volume of space
Steven T. Flammia, Jeongwan Haah, Michael J. Kastoryano, and Isaac H. Kim, Quantum 1, 4 (2017) arXiv:1610.06169 (2016)

Fault tolerant dynamical decoders for topological quantum memories
M. Herold, M. J. Kastoryano, E. T. Campbell, J. Eisert, New J. Phys., 19 063012 (2017) (arXiv:1511.05579 (2015))

Cellular-automaton decoders for topological quantum memories
M. Herold, E. T. Campbell, J. Eisert, M. J. Kastoryano, npj Quant. Info. 1, 15010 (2015)
arXiv:1406.2338 (2014)

 

Many-body theory and thermalization:

Locality at the boundary imply gap in the bulk for 2D PEPS
Michael J. Kastoryano, Angelo Lucia and David Perez-Garcia
arXiv:1709.07691 (2017).

Divide and conquer method for proving gaps of frustration-free Hamiltonians
Angelo Lucia and Michael J. Kastoryano
arXiv:1705.09491 (2017)

Driven quantum dynamics: will it blend?
Leonardo Banchi, Daniel Burgarth, Michael J. Kastoryano
arXiv:1704.03041 (2017)

Finite correlation length implies efficient preparation of quantum thermal states
Fernando G. S. L. Brandao and Michael J. Kastoryano
arXiv:1609.07877 (2016)

Emergence of spontaneous symmetry breaking in dissipative lattice systems
H. Wilming, M. J. Kastoryano, A. H. Werner, J. Eisert
J, of Math. Phys. 58, 033302 (2017)
arXiv:1602.01108 (2016)

How fast do stabilizer Hamiltonians thermalize?
Kristan Temme, Michael J. Kastoryano
arXiv:1505.07811 (2015)

Quantum Gibbs Samplers: the commuting case
Michael J. Kastoryano, Fernando G. S. L. Brandao
Comm. Math. Phys. (2016), 344, 915-957
arXiv:1409.3435 (2014)

Rapid mixing implies exponential decay of correlations
Michael J. Kastoryano and Jens Eisert
J. Math. Phys. 54, 102201 (2013)
arXiv:1303.6304 (2013)

Mutual information area laws for thermal free fermions
Holger Bernigau, Michael J. Kastoryano, Jens Eisert
J. Stat. Mech. P02008 (2015)
arXiv:1301.5646 (2013)

Locality of temperature
M. Kliesch, C. Gogolin, M. J. Kastoryano, A. Riera, and J. Eisert
Phys. Rev. X 4, 031019 (2014)
arXiv:1309.0816 (2013)

 

Quantum Markov Chain Mixing:

Non-commutative Nash inequalities
Michael J. Kastoryano, Kristan Temme
J. Math. Phys. 57, 015217 (2016)
arXiv:1508.02522 (2015)

Quantum reverse hypercontractivity
Toby Cubitt, Michael Kastoryano, Ashley Montanaro, Kristan Temme
J. Math. Phys. 54, 102204 (2015)
arXiv:1504.06143 (2015)

Hypercontractivity of quasi-free quantum semigroups
K. Temme, F. Pastawski, and M. J. Kastoryano
J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 47  405303 (2014)
arXiv:1403.5224 (2014)

Quantum logarithmic Sobolev inequalities and rapid mixing
Michael J. Kastoryano and Kristan Temme
J. Math. Phys. 54, 052202 (2013)
arXiv:1207.3261

A Cutoff Phenomenon for Quantum Markov Chains
Michael J. Kastoryano, David Reeb, Michael M. Wolf
J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 45, 075307 (2012)
arXiv:1111.2123

Hilbert’s projective metric in quantum information theory
David Reeb, Michael J. Kastoryano, Michael M. Wolf
J. Math. Phys. 52, 082201 (2011)
arXiv:1102.5170

The χ2-divergence and mixing times of quantum Markov processes
K. Temme, M. J. Kastoryano, M. B. Ruskai, M. M. Wolf, F. Verstraete
J. Math. Phys. 51, 122201 (2010)
arXiv:1005.2358

 

Dissipative engineering:

A dissipative topological transition in 1D
Michael J. Kastoryano and Mark Rudner
In preparation (2017).

Precisely timing dissipative quantum information processing
Michael J. Kastoryano, Michael M. Wolf, Jens Eisert
Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 110501 (2013)
arXiv:1205.0985
And its accompanying Physics Viewpoint.

A dissipative quantum Church-Turing theorem
M. Kliesch, T. Barthel, C. Gogolin, M. Kastoryano, J. Eisert
Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 120501 (2011)
arXiv:1105.3986
And its accompanying Physics Viewpoint.

Dissipative preparation of entanglement in optical cavities
Michael J. Kastoryano, Florentin Reiter, Anders S. Sørensen
Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 090502 (2011)
arXiv:1011.1441

Driving two atoms in an optical cavity into an entangled steady state using engineered decay
Florentin Reiter, Michael J. Kastoryano, Anders S. Sørensen
New J. Phys. 14,, 053022 (2012)
arXiv:1110.1024

 

 

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