II Workshop on Quantum Information and Thermodynamics – IIP Natal – 11 to 22/03 (via SPIN off QuBIT)Posted: January 16, 2019
Official website: https://www.iip.ufrn.br/eventsdetail.php?inf===QTUFFe OVERVIEW During the last decades, the field known as Quantum Thermodynamics has attracted high interest from the scientific community, not only from physicists, but also from computer science and engineering. The recent litereature witnessed a significant increase in the volume of articles on the thermodynamics of small systems, where quantum mechanics become […]
This week’s talk at UFF will be given by Tiago Mendes (ICTP), and its title is “Detecting universal properties of lattice models with entanglement Hamiltonians”. It’ll be next Friday, Dec. 14th, at 11:00 in room A5-01, all are welcome to attend. For an abstract, please see below. Read the rest of this entry »
This week’s talk at the Infoptics group at UFF will be given by Paola Concha Obando (UFF), with title: “Non-Markovian processes in open quantum systems”. It’ll take place next Friday, Dec. 7th, in room A5-01, at 11:00, all are welcome! For an abstract, please see below. Read the rest of this entry »
The year is about to finish… but we continue full power. This week our series of seminars QM Talks@CBPF, have the pleasure to welcome Alexis Hernández, from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Alexis has many interests within physics (and outside of it as well!). This time he’ll tell us about a nonlinear description of Hall voltages. See details below.
Title: Investigating transverse Hall voltages using two-terminal setups
Speaker: Alexis Hernández (UFRJ)
Coordinates: room 601C, CBPF. 06/12, 16h00
Abstract: In this talk, we present a method to numerically study transverse Hall voltages using an alternative quantity in two-terminal setups. Using nonlinear transport concepts, we find that the Hall voltage dependence on the model parameters can be investigated from the difference between the injectivities of each terminal. The method is suitable to work with nonequilibrium Green’s functions as well as for scattering matrix approaches. We illustrate the proposed idea by…
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Leandro Aolita (UFRJ/ICTP-SAIFR) has just had a paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters, and highlighted by the weekly SBF bulletin (where you can watch a video of Leandro explaining the results). In this collaboration with researchers from Germany and Poland, Leandro investigates ways to certify that quantum simulators of fermionic systems are behaving correctly. Congratulations!
This week a few of us have appeared in TV show Unidiversidade (Canal Saúde – Fiocruz) discussing quantum physics. The show was recorded at Rio’s Planetário, and featured Letícia Palhares (UERJ), Guilherme Temporão (PUC-Rio), Alexandre Cherman (Planetário), Ernesto Galvão (UFF) and Reinaldo de Melo (UFF). For the curious among you: the show is available online here, and is about 25 min long.
This week’s talk at UFF will be given by Victor Avalos (PUC-Lima), next Friday, Nov. 30th, at 11:00 in room A5-01. Victor’s talk will be on “PR box: non-locality beyond quantum mechanics”. All are welcome! For an abstract, please see below. Read the rest of this entry »