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Welcome to the MPI MiS

Fundamental questions arising from natural and engineering sciences and economics have always inspired mathematicians to search for new mathematical structures and methods. The interaction between mathematics and the sciences forms the central point of research at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (MiS) in Leipzig.



  • Timo Ehrig (17.01.)
  • Henri Elad Altman (17.01.)
  • Zhujun Zheng (17.01.)
  • Ada Harpole (15.01.)
  • Friedrich Leonard Franke (14.01.)
  • Arianna Giunti (14.01.)
  • Joonhyun La (13.01.)
  • Raimundo Julián Saona Urmeneta (13.01.)
  • Naihuan Jing (09.01.)
  • Shao-Ming Fei (08.01.)
  • Bao-Zhi Sun (08.01.)

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Recently submitted preprints

  • Two-copy Quantum Teleportation (see abstract)
       Q. Quan, M. Zhao, S. Fei, H. Fan, and G. Long
  • Improved quantum entropic uncertainty relations (see abstract)
       Z. Chen, Z. Ma, Y. Xiao, and S. Fei
  • Entanglement criterion via general symmetric informationally complete measurements (see abstract)
       L. Lai, T. Li, S. Fei, and Z. Wang
  • Unextendible Maximally Entangled Bases in ℂpd ⊗ ℂqd  (see abstract)
       G. Zhang, Y. Tao, Y. Han, X. Yong, and S. Fei
  • Amending coherence-breaking channels via unitary operations (see abstract)
       L. Yang, B. Chen, S. Fei, and Z. Wang
  • Experimental Test of the Relation between Coherence and Path Information (see abstract)
       J. Gao, Z. Jiao, C. Hu, L. Qiao, R. Ren, H. Tang, Z. Ma, S. Fei, V. Vedral, and X. Jin

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