# 40 papers in Volume 1 (2017)

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# 40 papers in Volume 1 (2017)

## Zero-knowledge convincing protocol on quantum bit is impossible

## A nonequilibrium quantum phase transition in strongly coupled spin chains

## Genuinely multipartite noncausality

## Quantum and classical dynamics of a three-mode absorption refrigerator

## Quantum gates between distant qubits via spin-independent scattering

## Macroscopic superpositions require tremendous measurement devices

## Semi-device-independent framework based on natural physical assumptions

## Magic state distillation with low space overhead and optimal asymptotic input count

## Bose polaron as an instance of quantum Brownian motion

## Quantum metrology with full and fast quantum control

## The classical-quantum divergence of complexity in modelling spin chains

## Causal hierarchy of multipartite Bell nonlocality

## Uncertainty relations: An operational approach to the error-disturbance tradeoff

## Decoupling with random diagonal unitaries

## A Stronger Theorem Against Macro-realism

## Fast and high-fidelity entangling gate through parametrically modulated longitudinal coupling

## A purification postulate for quantum mechanics with indefinite causal order

## Finite-density phase diagram of a $(1+1)-d$ non-abelian lattice gauge theory with tensor networks

## Achieving quantum supremacy with sparse and noisy commuting quantum computations

## Proposal for witnessing non-classical light with the human eye

## QInfer: Statistical inference software for quantum applications

## Limits on the storage of quantum information in a volume of space

## Better local hidden variable models for two-qubit Werner states and an upper bound on the Grothendieck constant $K_G(3)$

Paper published by Quantum

Pawel Horodecki, Michal Horodecki, and Ryszard Horodecki,

Eduardo Mascarenhas, Giacomo Giudice, and Vincenzo Savona,

Alastair A. Abbott, Julian Wechs, Fabio Costa, and Cyril Branciard,

Stefan Nimmrichter, Jibo Dai, Alexandre Roulet, and Valerio Scarani,

Leonardo Banchi, Enrico Compagno, Vladimir Korepin, and Sougato Bose,

Michalis Skotiniotis, Wolfgang Dür, and Pavel Sekatski,

Thomas Van Himbeeck, Erik Woodhead, Nicolas J. Cerf, Raúl García-Patrón, and Stefano Pironio,

Jeongwan Haah, Matthew B. Hastings, D. Poulin, and D. Wecker,

Aniello Lampo, Soon Hoe Lim, Miguel Ángel García-March, and Maciej Lewenstein,

Pavel Sekatski, Michalis Skotiniotis, Janek Kołodyński, and Wolfgang Dür,

Whei Yeap Suen, Jayne Thompson, Andrew J. P. Garner, Vlatko Vedral, and Mile Gu,

Rafael Chaves, Daniel Cavalcanti, and Leandro Aolita,

Joseph M. Renes, Volkher B. Scholz, and Stefan Huber,

Yoshifumi Nakata, Christoph Hirche, Ciara Morgan, and Andreas Winter,

John-Mark A. Allen, Owen J. E. Maroney, and Stefano Gogioso,

Baptiste Royer, Arne L. Grimsmo, Nicolas Didier, and Alexandre Blais,

Mateus Araújo, Adrien Feix, Miguel Navascués, and Časlav Brukner,

Pietro Silvi, Enrique Rico, Marcello Dalmonte, Ferdinand Tschirsich, and Simone Montangero,

Michael J. Bremner, Ashley Montanaro, and Dan J. Shepherd,

A. Dodel, A. Mayinda, E. Oudot, A. Martin, P. Sekatski, J.-D. Bancal, and N. Sangouard,

Christopher Granade, Christopher Ferrie, Ian Hincks, Steven Casagrande, Thomas Alexander, Jonathan Gross, Michal Kononenko, and Yuval Sanders,

Steven T. Flammia, Jeongwan Haah, Michael J. Kastoryano, and Isaac H. Kim,

Flavien Hirsch, Marco Túlio Quintino, Tamás Vértesi, Miguel Navascués, and Nicolas Brunner,

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