`Nonclassical` states in quantum optics: a `squeezed` review of the
... Seventy five years ago, three remarkable papers by Schrödinger, Kennard and Darwin were
published. They were devoted to the evolution of Gaussian wave packets for an oscillator, a free
particle and a particle moving in uniform constant electric and magnetic fields. From the
contemporary point of vi ...
Relativistic Quantum Information: developments in Quantum
... description of gravity: mass and energy move in a curved spacetime and the
spacetime is curved by the presence of mass and energy. However, it is far from
being complete. General relativity allows ill-defined objects such as singularities,
and in the presence of a singularity it loses its predictive ...
... Quantum computing is a very new, fascinating, promising and puzzling scientific adventure in which we witness a merging and mutual influence of two of the most significant
developments in science and technology of 20th century—quantum mechanics and computing. An adventure that may lead not only to t ...
SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF VLADIMIR GRIBOV LN Lipatov
... began to work on more fundamental problems of QCD which were beyond the
applicability of perturbation theory. He discovered the important property of
nonabelian gauge theories which is known as ”Gribov’s ambiguities” Nucl. Phys.
B 139, 1 (1978). He demonstrated that in covariant gauges the gauge fre ...
... The subject of this thesis is the foundations of quantum mechanics. The nice
thing about this subject is that it touches upon a number of different disciplines:
physics, mathematics, and philosophy. Initially, I started to look upon the subject
as a physicist, but gradually the discussion turned mor ...
- Quantum Optics and Spectroscopy
... Quantum information processing combines two of the most successful and fascinating ideas of
the 20th century - quantum physics and computer science. A quantum computer promises to
solve certain problems more efficient than classical computers. But building such a quantum
computer is a cumbersome tas ...
Quantum Computing, Quantum Games and Geometric Algebra
... processing paradigm. Following this, two key quantum algorithms were discovered that could
run on this new quantum Turing machine and which appeared to conclusively demonstrate
the inherent superiority of a quantum computer over a classical machine, Shor’s algorithm for
factorizing large numbers in ...
Thèse de doctorat - IMJ-PRG
... extérieures, les algèbres symétriques et les parties négatives (ou positives) des groupes
Plus précisément, une algèbre de Nichols peut être construite à partir d’une algèbre
tensorielle tressée T (V ), qui est une algèbre de Hopf tressée en remplaçant le flip par
le tressage provenant d ...
A WYSIWYG Simulation Tool for Investigating the Circuit Model of
... David Hilbert, a German mathematician and logician. Hilbert space is a mathematical framework suitable for describing the concepts, principles, processes and laws of quantum mechanics
. The literature on Hilbert space is very vast with a lot of the books being for the graduate
physicist but here ...
Quantum Circuits Engineering: Efficient Simulation and
... menting speciﬁc algorithms, we have that knowledge because of the characteristic form these
states exhibit. We have performed an analysis concerning the eﬀectiveness of our methodology, for speciﬁc states from Shor and Grover algorithms. Unfortunately, as shown by our
case study for Shor, Deutsch-Jo ...
1.1 - ChaosBook.org
... of several decades. Coauthors of a chapter or a section are indicated in
the byline to the chapter/section title. If you are referring to a speciﬁc
coauthored section rather than the entire book, cite it as (for example):
C. Chandre, F.K. Diakonos and P. Schmelcher, section “Discrete cyclist relaxat ...
Ph.D. Thesis Chirag Dhara
... and support over the years. His ability to combine work and life commitments yet always making the time to discuss our scientific and non-scientific
problems has been an inspiration.
There is, of course, nothing like working beside friends! So it is my
pleasure to thank all the members of my group, ...
THE GEOMETRIES OF 3
... modelled on any of these. For example, S2 x S1 has universal covering S2 x U, which
is not homeomorphic to S 3 or U3. (Note that E3 and H3 are each homeomorphic to
R3.) However, S2 x U and S2xSi each possesses a very natural metric which is
simply the product of the standard metrics. This metric on ...
Topological quantum field theory
A topological quantum field theory (or topological field theory or TQFT) is a quantum field theory which computes topological invariants.Although TQFTs were invented by physicists, they are also of mathematical interest, being related to, among other things, knot theory and the theory of four-manifolds in algebraic topology, and to the theory of moduli spaces in algebraic geometry. Donaldson, Jones, Witten, and Kontsevich have all won Fields Medals for work related to topological field theory.In condensed matter physics, topological quantum field theories are the low energy effective theories of topologically ordered states, such as fractional quantum Hall states, string-net condensed states, and other strongly correlated quantum liquid states.