tensor decompositions and tensor-based algorithms; operator theory (transfer operators); numerical methods PDE; data-driven and kernel-based techniques
Developing quantum algorithms and quantum-inspired methods to push the boundaries in dynamical systems, machine learning, and information theory.
What we are interested in
We are interested in exploring the multifaceted aspects of quantum
computation and quantum
The goal is to the development and application of new
algorithms and quantum-inspired methods for solving problems in
various fields such as dynamical systems, quantum nonlocality, and
supervised learning. Our research encompasses a wide range of
topics and utilizes a variety of mathematical tools, including but
not limited to: tensor decompositions and tensor-based algorithms, convex optimization methods, operator theory (in particular transfer operators), numerical methods for partial differential equations, data-driven and kernel-based techniques.
Through our work, we aim to advance knowledge and understanding in
the field of quantum science and technology by developing
mathematically profound methods which exploit the potential of
quantum mechanical concepts.
Gelß, P., Issagali, A., and Kornhuber, R. (2023). Fredholm Integral Equations for Function Approximation and the Training of Neural Networks.[arXiv][BibTeX]
Gelß, P., Klein, R., Matera, S., and Schmidt, B. (2023). Quantum Dynamics of Coupled Excitons and Phonons in Chain-like Systems: Tensor Train Approaches and Higher-order Propagators.[arXiv][BibTeX]
Klus, S., and Gelß, P. (2023). Continuous Optimization Methods for the Graph Isomorphism Problem.[arXiv][BibTeX]
Riedel, J., Gelß, P., Klein, R., and Schmidt, B. (2023). WaveTrain: A Python Package for Numerical Quantum Mechanics of Chain-like Systems Based on Tensor Trains. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 158(16), 164801.DOI: 10.1063/5.0147314[URL][arXiv][BibTeX]
Stengl, S.-M. (2023). An Alternative Formulation of the Quantum Phase Estimation Using Projection-based Tensor Decompositions.[arXiv][BibTeX]
Designolle, S., Vértesi, T., and Pokutta, S. (2023). Symmetric Multipartite Bell Inequalities Via Frank-Wolfe Algorithms.[arXiv][BibTeX]
Gelß, P., Klein, R., Matera, S., and Schmidt, B. (2022). Solving the Time-independent Schrödinger Equation for Chains of Coupled Excitons and Phonons Using Tensor Trains. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 156, 024109.DOI: 10.1063/5.0074948[URL][arXiv][BibTeX]
Gelß, P., Klus, S., Shakibaei, Z., and Pokutta, S. (2022). Low-rank Tensor Decompositions of Quantum Circuits.[arXiv][BibTeX]
Klus, S., Gelß, P., Nüske, F., and Noé, F. (2021). Symmetric and Antisymmetric Kernels for Machine Learning Problems in Quantum Physics and Chemistry. Machine Learning: Science and Technology, 2(4), 18958.DOI: 10.1088/2632-2153/ac14ad[URL][arXiv][BibTeX]