QM Talks@CBPF: Clemens Gneiting – 11.12, 16hPosted: December 3, 2014
As the last talk of the year, we have Clemens Gneiting, from the Quantum Optics and Statistics group of Freiburg university. I have a special relation with this group, as I was postdoc there for about 3 years with Andreas Buchleitner. Great physics, loads of fun!
Clemens is an expert on modular variables, specially in connection with violations of Bell inequalities using continuous-variables systems. But of course he has other research lines, and this time he’ll tell us about optimal coherent control of noisy quantum systems. A subject that will definitely resonate with both experimentalists and theorists. So please be sure to show up for this talk! See info below.
Speaker: Clemens Gneiting (Freiburg Univesity)
Title: Prospects of coherent control in the presence of dissipation
Coordinates: room 601D, CBPF. 11.12, 16:00h
Abstract: Genuine quantum features such as entanglement or coherence are resources as precious as fragile, and their uncovering usually…
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