# 73 papers in Volume 2 (2018)

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# 73 papers in Volume 2 (2018)

## Bound entangled states fit for robust experimental verification

## Quantum Interference of Force

## Experimental investigation of high-dimensional quantum key distribution protocols with twisted photons

## Restoring Heisenberg scaling in noisy quantum metrology by monitoring the environment

## Beyond the thermodynamic limit: finite-size corrections to state interconversion rates

## Merlin-Arthur with efficient quantum Merlin and quantum supremacy for the second level of the Fourier hierarchy

## The boundaries and twist defects of the color code and their applications to topological quantum computation

## Using and reusing coherence to realize quantum processes

## Complete homotopy invariants for translation invariant symmetric quantum walks on a chain

## Quantum repeaters with individual rare-earth ions at telecommunication wavelengths

## Test for a large amount of entanglement, using few measurements

## Electro-mechanical Casimir effect

## Experimental quantification of spatial correlations in quantum dynamics

## Modeling noise and error correction for Majorana-based quantum computing

## Almost Quantum Correlations are Inconsistent with Specker’s Principle

## Real Randomized Benchmarking

## Quantum walking in curved spacetime: discrete metric

## In situ upgrade of quantum simulators to universal computers

## Reliable numerical key rates for quantum key distribution

## Hamiltonians for one-way quantum repeaters

## Heralded generation of maximal entanglement in any dimension via incoherent coupling to thermal baths

## Robust Bell inequalities from communication complexity

## Phonon-assisted relaxation and decoherence of singlet-triplet qubits in Si/SiGe quantum dots

## Scattering into one-dimensional waveguides from a coherently-driven quantum-optical system

## Fluctuation-dissipation theorem for non-equilibrium quantum systems

## Anticoncentration theorems for schemes showing a quantum speedup

## Gauge invariant information concerning quantum channels

## Elementary Thermal Operations

## ProjectQ: an open source software framework for quantum computing

## Machine-learning-assisted correction of correlated qubit errors in a topological code

## Separability of diagonal symmetric states: a quadratic conic optimization problem

## BQP-completeness of scattering in scalar quantum field theory

## Fault-tolerant quantum computing in the Pauli or Clifford frame with slow error diagnostics

Paper published by Quantum

Gael Sentís, Johannes N. Greiner, Jiangwei Shang, Jens Siewert, and Matthias Kleinmann,

Raul Corrêa, Marina F. B. Cenni, and Pablo L. Saldanha,

Frédéric Bouchard, Khabat Heshami, Duncan England, Robert Fickler, Robert W. Boyd, Berthold-Georg Englert, Luis L. Sánchez-Soto, and Ebrahim Karimi,

Francesco Albarelli, Matteo A. C. Rossi, Dario Tamascelli, and Marco G. Genoni,

Christopher T. Chubb, Marco Tomamichel, and Kamil Korzekwa,

Tomoyuki Morimae, Yuki Takeuchi, and Harumichi Nishimura,

Markus S. Kesselring, Fernando Pastawski, Jens Eisert, and Benjamin J. Brown,

María García Díaz, Kun Fang, Xin Wang, Matteo Rosati, Michalis Skotiniotis, John Calsamiglia, and Andreas Winter,

C. Cedzich, T. Geib, C. Stahl, L. Velázquez, A. H. Werner, and R. F. Werner,

F. Kimiaee Asadi, N. Lauk, S. Wein, N. Sinclair, C. O’Brien, and C. Simon,

Rui Chao, Ben W. Reichardt, Chris Sutherland, and Thomas Vidick,

Mikel Sanz, Witlef Wieczorek, Simon Gröblacher, and Enrique Solano,

Lukas Postler, Ángel Rivas, Philipp Schindler, Alexander Erhard, Roman Stricker, Daniel Nigg, Thomas Monz, Rainer Blatt, and Markus Müller,

Christina Knapp, Michael Beverland, Dmitry I. Pikulin, and Torsten Karzig,

Tomáš Gonda, Ravi Kunjwal, David Schmid, Elie Wolfe, and Ana Belén Sainz,

A. K. Hashagen, S. T. Flammia, D. Gross, and J. J. Wallman,

Pablo Arrighi, Giuseppe Di Molfetta, and Stefano Facchini,

Benjamin Dive, Alexander Pitchford, Florian Mintert, and Daniel Burgarth,

Adam Winick, Norbert Lütkenhaus, and Patrick J. Coles,

Filippo M. Miatto, Michael Epping, and Norbert Lütkenhaus,

Armin Tavakoli, Géraldine Haack, Marcus Huber, Nicolas Brunner, and Jonatan Bohr Brask,

Sophie Laplante, Mathieu Laurière, Alexandre Nolin, Jérémie Roland, and Gabriel Senno,

Viktoriia Kornich, Christoph Kloeffel, and Daniel Loss,

Kevin A. Fischer, Rahul Trivedi, Vinay Ramasesh, Irfan Siddiqi, and Jelena Vučković,

Mohammad Mehboudi, Anna Sanpera, and Juan M. R. Parrondo,

Dominik Hangleiter, Juan Bermejo-Vega, Martin Schwarz, and Jens Eisert,

Łukasz Rudnicki, Zbigniew Puchała, and Karol Zyczkowski,

Matteo Lostaglio, Álvaro M. Alhambra, and Christopher Perry,

Damian S. Steiger, Thomas Häner, and Matthias Troyer,

Paul Baireuther, Thomas E. O’Brien, Brian Tarasinski, and Carlo W. J. Beenakker,

Jordi Tura, Albert Aloy, Ruben Quesada, Maciej Lewenstein, and Anna Sanpera,

Stephen P. Jordan, Hari Krovi, Keith S. M. Lee, and John Preskill,

Christopher Chamberland, Pavithran Iyer, and David Poulin,