Kraus Group : Quantum Algorithms and Applications

Our main research interests are fundamental problems within Quantum Information Theory.
We focus on the development of new theoretical tools for the investigation of quantum many-body systems. Among our research aims are the characterization of the entanglement and complexity properties of multipartite systems, the identification of new applications within quantum information processing, and the verification and validation of quantum devices.
More precisely, we are investigating new applications of multipartite entanglement and novel tools for the characterization, the generation, and the manipulation of multipartite entangled states. Moreover, we are aiming at identifying new, feasible applications within quantum information processing and on the verification of current and near-term quantum processors, which are limited in size and fidelity.
Funding: BMW, FWF