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Duncan Campbell (Carnegie Mellon)
Thu, 23 May 2019, 11:00
"A short story of non-thermal fixed points"
Christian-Marcel Schmied
Thu, 23 May 2019, 13:00

Entanglement in cold quantum gases: challenges and possibilities for novel quantum technologies (Ring Lecture: Modern Quantum Physics)

Philipp Hauke , Kirchhoff Institute for Physics, HD
Originally, entanglement was introduced in discussions about curiosities of quantum mechanics. Only much later was it realized that the unique quantum correlations that it represents offer possibilities far beyond a purely academic interest. Today, there exists a vigorous global effort to harnesses entanglement in novel quantum technologies, which may outperform any classical device in so important tasks as precision metrology or the simulation of quantum many-body systems. Especially promising in this endeavor are AMO setups, with their pristine control over quantum many-body systems and the excellent isolation from environment. I will explain in which way entanglement may give an advantage for quantum metrology and quantum simulation in these setups. Further, I will discuss current challenges, such as the actual detection of entanglement in experiments, and I will point out connections to other ongoing developments in the understanding entanglement in many-body systems.
SFB1225 ISOQUANT
31 May 2019, 16:15
Institut für Theoretische Physik, INF

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