Theory Seminar: Experimental tests of quantum non-locality beyond EPR-steering and beyond Bell

Howard Wiseman (Griffith University)
In this talk I will present unpublished theory and experiment for two quantum nonlocality scenarios which generalise EPR-steering and Bell, respectively, in the sense of having weaker assumptions and thus more stringent experimental conditions.
 

January 23, 2022

Howard Wiseman (Griffith University)      
Herbert-Walther Lecture Hall G0.25
Wed 21. January 2021, 11:30 am (MEZ)

Abstract:

In this talk I will present unpublished theory and experiment for two quantum nonlocality scenarios which generalise EPR-steering and Bell, respectively, in the sense of having weaker assumptions and thus more stringent experimental conditions. The first is to allow a finite amount of FTL communication of classical information in an EPR-steering scenario. The second relates to the recent theorem of Bruckner using "Wigner friends" in place of the determinism assumption in some formulations of Bell's theorem.

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