A Tale of Quantum Information and Quantum Matter: Past Progress and Future Challenges
Yijian ZOU
Perimeter Institute, Waterloo
Thu, Mar. 14th 2024, 14:30-15:30
Over the past two decades, we've seen how quantum information tools have been practically and conceptually useful in understanding quantum phases of matter. In this talk, I'll review how quantum many-body entanglement and quantum matter have intertwined. Specifically, I'll discuss how tensor networks, an entanglement-based tool, have been extremely useful to compute universal properties of quantum phases. Looking ahead, I'll highlight the impact of the rapid development of quantum simulators, which introduces a new realm of mixed-state phases. This brings about fresh theoretical and computational challenges, marking the ongoing journey in the exploration of quantum many-body physics.
Contact : Gregoire MISGUICH


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