Di Wang, Postdoctoral fellow
Georgia Institute of Technology
Li Liu, PhD candidate
David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science
Following my previous seminar talk on embezzlement of entanglement, this talk introduces a more general version of the problem — self-embezzlement. Instead of embezzling a pair of entangled state from a catalyst, self-embezzlement aims to create two copies of the catalyst state using only local operators.