ICE1 2014 Workshop “Información Cuántca en España-1” - Zaragoza, 2014

Sampling quantum non-local correlations with high probability

C. E. González-Guilléna,b, C. H. Jiménezc, C. Palazuelosc,d and I. Villanuevab,c

aUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid

bInstituto de Matemática Interdisciplinar, U.C.M.

cUniversidad Complutense de Madrid

dInstituto de Ciencias Matemáticas, Madrid

It is well known that two spatially separated observers, sharing an entangled quantum state and performing appropriate measurements, can produce some correlations which cannot be explained by a local hidden variable model. These quantum nonlocal correlations are a crucial resource in many applications like quantum cryptography, random number generators and communication protocols. In this work we study how to naturally sample quantum nonlocal correlations with high probability.