Relativistic Quantum Information: developments in Quantum

... classical and close to a singularity the energies and distances involved reach the Planck scale. A quantum description of gravity is still to appear, being one of the most important (if not the most) challenges of modern theoretical physics. In the absence of a full quantum theory for gravity, quant ...

... classical and close to a singularity the energies and distances involved reach the Planck scale. A quantum description of gravity is still to appear, being one of the most important (if not the most) challenges of modern theoretical physics. In the absence of a full quantum theory for gravity, quant ...

Quantum Wavepacket Dynamics in Molecular and Trapped Ion Systems Dong Wang

... The wavepacket provides a bridge between classical and quantum mechanics. There is no dispersion for a wavepacket in a harmonic oscillator. The motion of a wavepacket in a harmonic oscillator can be considered as motion along a classical trajectory, but that this trajectory has a certain distributio ...

... The wavepacket provides a bridge between classical and quantum mechanics. There is no dispersion for a wavepacket in a harmonic oscillator. The motion of a wavepacket in a harmonic oscillator can be considered as motion along a classical trajectory, but that this trajectory has a certain distributio ...

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... 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 ...

... 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 ...

Ph.D. Thesis Chirag Dhara

... and is the central theme of this dissertation. Randomness is a notion we have an intuitive grasp on since it appears to abound in nature. It afflicts weather systems and financial markets and is explicitly used in sport and gambling. It is used in a wide range of scientific applications such as the ...

... and is the central theme of this dissertation. Randomness is a notion we have an intuitive grasp on since it appears to abound in nature. It afflicts weather systems and financial markets and is explicitly used in sport and gambling. It is used in a wide range of scientific applications such as the ...

Quantum Computing, Quantum Games and Geometric Algebra

... as the basis for Shor’s factorization algorithm, for which a new error formula is found using an improved symmetrical definition of the error. Unlike other existing error formulas which require approximations in their derivation, our result is obtained analytically. The work on the phase estimation ...

... as the basis for Shor’s factorization algorithm, for which a new error formula is found using an improved symmetrical definition of the error. Unlike other existing error formulas which require approximations in their derivation, our result is obtained analytically. The work on the phase estimation ...

Particle Detectors in Curved Space Quantum Field Theory

... A.4 Calculation of asymptotic terms in the Hartle-Hawking vacuum ....................................................... 126 ...

... A.4 Calculation of asymptotic terms in the Hartle-Hawking vacuum ....................................................... 126 ...

Quantum Computing - Lecture Notes - Washington

... way is an open challenge in quantum computing. The difficulty is the lack of any classical analog. One useful, but imprecise way to think about entanglement, superposition and measurement is that superposition “is” quantum information. Entanglement links that information across quantum bits, but doe ...

... way is an open challenge in quantum computing. The difficulty is the lack of any classical analog. One useful, but imprecise way to think about entanglement, superposition and measurement is that superposition “is” quantum information. Entanglement links that information across quantum bits, but doe ...

Quantum Computing

... way is an open challenge in quantum computing. The difficulty is the lack of any classical analog. One useful, but imprecise way to think about entanglement, superposition and measurement is that superposition “is” quantum information. Entanglement links that information across quantum bits, but doe ...

... way is an open challenge in quantum computing. The difficulty is the lack of any classical analog. One useful, but imprecise way to think about entanglement, superposition and measurement is that superposition “is” quantum information. Entanglement links that information across quantum bits, but doe ...

QUANTUM COMPUTING

... Quantum computing is a potential. There are already results convincingly demonstrating that for some important practical problems quantum computers are theoretically exponentially more powerful than classical computers. Such results, as Shor's factorization algorithm, can be seen as apt killers for ...

... Quantum computing is a potential. There are already results convincingly demonstrating that for some important practical problems quantum computers are theoretically exponentially more powerful than classical computers. Such results, as Shor's factorization algorithm, can be seen as apt killers for ...

agostino pr´astaro

... can be obtained in the framework of the integral bordism groups for such equations. • [61, 62]. In these two papers the theory on the integral bordism groups for PDE’s, formulated by Prástaro, is applied to some interesting PDE’s. In particular, in the ﬁrst part a new general theory is developed th ...

... can be obtained in the framework of the integral bordism groups for such equations. • [61, 62]. In these two papers the theory on the integral bordism groups for PDE’s, formulated by Prástaro, is applied to some interesting PDE’s. In particular, in the ﬁrst part a new general theory is developed th ...

Phys. Rep. - The Budapest Quantum Optics Group

... Separability criteria .................................................................................................................................................................... ...

... Separability criteria .................................................................................................................................................................... ...

Define resistance V splitting between components V

... PD from potential divider calc V=IR calc graph skills Explain why V changes more at low light intensity than high for LDR effect of rising resistance of one component on a circuit advantages of a data logger 5. Waves [16 marks] state a property of EM waves that other’s can’t do Name parts of the EM ...

... PD from potential divider calc V=IR calc graph skills Explain why V changes more at low light intensity than high for LDR effect of rising resistance of one component on a circuit advantages of a data logger 5. Waves [16 marks] state a property of EM waves that other’s can’t do Name parts of the EM ...

Quantum Information Processing with

... ‘transmon’ charge qubits are capacitively coupled to a one-dimensional microwave transmission line resonator which serves as a quantum bus. Single-qubit rotations can be applied through the resonator and their operation is characterized using various benchmarking techniques. Through a virtual photon ...

... ‘transmon’ charge qubits are capacitively coupled to a one-dimensional microwave transmission line resonator which serves as a quantum bus. Single-qubit rotations can be applied through the resonator and their operation is characterized using various benchmarking techniques. Through a virtual photon ...

Nonlocality in multipartite correlation networks LARS ERIK WÜRFLINGER

... departure from classical physics: even if the spatial components of a composite physical system are separated and brought to locations arbitrarily far from each other, the response of one component when subjected to a measurement may still be aﬀected by actions performed on the other component. This ...

... departure from classical physics: even if the spatial components of a composite physical system are separated and brought to locations arbitrarily far from each other, the response of one component when subjected to a measurement may still be aﬀected by actions performed on the other component. This ...

Reconstruction on Wigner Functions on Different

... Wigner function of a single-mode quantum electromagnetic field described as a harmonic oscillator. It is well known that the wave-function of a quantum-mechanical system cannot be measured directly [12]. A single measurement does not yield enough information which allows us to determine the state of ...

... Wigner function of a single-mode quantum electromagnetic field described as a harmonic oscillator. It is well known that the wave-function of a quantum-mechanical system cannot be measured directly [12]. A single measurement does not yield enough information which allows us to determine the state of ...

Novel Systems and Methods for Quantum

... Precise control over quantum systems can enable the realization of fascinating applications such as powerful computers, secure communication devices, and simulators that can elucidate the physics of complex condensed matter systems. However, the fragility of quantum eﬀects makes it very diﬃcult to h ...

... Precise control over quantum systems can enable the realization of fascinating applications such as powerful computers, secure communication devices, and simulators that can elucidate the physics of complex condensed matter systems. However, the fragility of quantum eﬀects makes it very diﬃcult to h ...

Limits on Efficient Computation in the Physical World

... More than a speculative technology, quantum computing seems to challenge our most basic intuitions about how the physical world should behave. In this thesis I show that, while some intuitions from classical computer science must be jettisoned in the light of modern physics, many others emerge nearl ...

... More than a speculative technology, quantum computing seems to challenge our most basic intuitions about how the physical world should behave. In this thesis I show that, while some intuitions from classical computer science must be jettisoned in the light of modern physics, many others emerge nearl ...

Development of a Silicon Semiconductor Quantum Dot Qubit with

... Semiconductor quantum dots in silicon demonstrate exceptionally long spin lifetimes as qubits and are therefore promising candidates for quantum information processing. However, control and readout techniques for these devices have thus far employed low frequency electrons, in contrast to high speed ...

... Semiconductor quantum dots in silicon demonstrate exceptionally long spin lifetimes as qubits and are therefore promising candidates for quantum information processing. However, control and readout techniques for these devices have thus far employed low frequency electrons, in contrast to high speed ...

from its mathematical description to its experimental

... Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description of the physical reality be considered complete?” [EPR35]. These authors recognized that, although quantum theory could catch many physical effects, it allowed weird predictions such as instantaneous actions at distance. In the esse ...

... Podolsky and Rosen’s (EPR) paper “Can quantum-mechanical description of the physical reality be considered complete?” [EPR35]. These authors recognized that, although quantum theory could catch many physical effects, it allowed weird predictions such as instantaneous actions at distance. In the esse ...