# Seminars and Events

Theory seminar (the main seminar)

Theoretical Quantum Optics seminar

Condensed Matter Seminar

Mathematical Physics Seminar (lecture series on mathematical physics)

Jeff Thompson (Princeton):

Executing quantum algorithms on error-corrected logical qubits is a critical step for scalable quantum computing, but the requisite numbers of qubits and physical error rates are demanding for current experimental hardware.
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Naeimeh Mohseni (MPL, Erlangen)

Neural networks have emerged as a powerful way to approach many practical problems in quantum physics.
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Nico Kirchner (TUM): Anyons are quasiparticles with exotic exchange statistics that can be supported in two-dimensional systems such as quantum spin liquids and fractional quantum Hall systems. more

Jordi Tura (University of Leiden): We show that finding the classical bound of broad families of Bell inequalities can be naturally framed as the contraction of an associated tensor network, but in tropical algebra, where the sum is replaced by the minimum and the product is replaced by the arithmetic addition. more

Albert Gasull (MPQ): Resurgence refers to a mathematical framework to learn about the non-perturbative sector of many physical theories by means of trans-series. more

Benjamin Schiffer (MPQ): In this group seminar, I will review recent result from the Lukin Lab on quantum optimization with Rydberg arrays (Ebadi, S. et al. (2022). Science, 10.1126/science.abo6587.)

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Zhi-Yuan Wei (MPQ): In this work, we theoretically study the ground-state properties and out-of-equilibrium dynamics when a Kondo impurity couples with 1D and 2D attractive Hubbard bath at half-filling. more