This Friday, October 20th, at 11.00 in room A5-01 we’ll have our next group seminar at the Infoptics group (UFF). This week our own Antonio Zelaquett Khoury will talk on “Orbital angular momentum mixing in parametric amplification and oscillation”. All are welcome! Please see below for an abstract. Read the rest of this entry »
This Friday, Oct. 6th, at 11.00 Itay Hen (U. Southern California) will be giving the infoptics group talk, with title: “Limitations of and Hopes for Physical Quantum Annealers”. As usual, it’ll happen in room A5-01 of the Physics Building at UFF. All are welcome! For more information, please check below. Read the rest of this entry »
The paradigm of Adiabatic Quantum Computing (AQC) is a simple yet intriguing approach to problem solving on a quantum computer. Unlike the more recognized quantum circuit model, AQC is an analog method that does not require the use of quantum gates and is therefore considered by many easier to implement. I will discuss recent theoretical developments in the field of AQC as well as our current understanding of the power and limitations of experimental quantum adiabatic processors.
This week’s talk at the Infoptics group at UFF will be next Friday, Sept. 29th, at 11.00 in room A5-01. Reinaldo de Melo e Souza (UFF) will be talking on “Emissão de radiação por átomos acelerados”. All are welcome! Please check below for more information. Read the rest of this entry »
Next Friday, Sept. 15th, at 11:00 in room A5-01, we’ll have our next group seminar at UFF. Enrique Arias (UERJ) will be talking on “Motor térmico quântico de Otto via o efeito Unruh”. All are welcome! For an abstract please see below. Read the rest of this entry »
The VI Paraty Quantum Information Workshop is ending today, and next week we’ll take the opportunity to host Michał Oszmaniec (Gdansk) at UFF. Next Wednesday, Aug. 30th, at 11:00 in room A5-01 Michał will be giving a talk titled: “Preparation contextuality in continuous subtheories of quantum mechanics”. All are welcome to attend! For more details, see below. Read the rest of this entry »
Today we had the Workshop’s eagerly anticipated boat trip. That didn’t prevent us from having a full morning session, with six talks.
The first talk of the morning was by Dario Gerace (Pavia), and it was on ways to establish long-distance entanglement between quantum dots in solid state systems. Dario started with a review of entanglement measures, some results on entanglement dynamics in open quantum systems, and bath engineering. Then he introduced the main open problem addressed by his talk: how far can two qubits be and still display entanglement in current solid state systems? Read the rest of this entry »