Dynamics of quantum systems with long-range interactions
Presented by Ania Jayich, UCSB
A VIRTUAL AMO SEMINAR presented in a Zoom meeting vetted by CQuIC. See https://sites.google.com/stanford.edu/virtual-amo-seminar/schedule for the meeting link.
Atomic, molecular, and optical systems often exhibit long-range interactions, which decay with distance r as a power law 1/r^alpha. In this talk, we will discuss bounds on how quickly quantum information can propagate in such systems. We will then discuss applications of these bounds to numerous phenomena including classical and quantum simulation of quantum systems, prethermal phases in Floquet systems, entanglement area laws, sampling complexity, and scrambling.
1:00 pm, Friday, August 14, 2020
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