MCQST Colloquium: X-mas Edition (MCQST-Colloquium) (Dr. Kirill Fedorov (TBA) and Dr. Johannes Zeiher (MPQ))

  • Datum: 05.12.2023
  • Uhrzeit: 14:00
  • Vortragende(r): Dr. Kirill Fedorov and Dr. Johannes Zeiher
  • Ort: Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
  • Raum: Herbert Walther Lecture Hall
14:00 | Talk by Kirill Fedorov (TBA) Walther-Meißner-Institut (TUM), Garching 14:30 | Talk by Johannes Zeiher on "Quantum simulation and quantum computing with neutral-atom arrays"; Quantum Many Body Systems Division, MPQ

"Microwave quantum sensing" (Dr. Kirill Fedorov)

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"Quantum simulation and quantum computing with neutral-atom arrays" (Dr. Johannes Zeiher)

Systems of many interacting quantum particles in and out of equilibrium feature numerous fascinating emergent properties. Their detailed understanding is essential to interesting applications such as quantum sensors or quantum computers.
Neutral atoms trapped in optical tweezers or optical lattices are an aspiring platform for experimentally studying the physics of such many-body systems, and to uncover the microscopic physical mechanisms underlying the complexity found in real materials or enhanced performance of quantum sensors.
In this talk, I will report on our recent progress on experimentally realizing large-scale neutral-atom quantum simulators with microscopic single-atom control. I will demonstrate the versatility of our approach to understanding many-body systems by discussing recent experiments performed on Hubbard and spin models in and out of equilibrium.
Furthermore, I will present neutral atoms as a promising quantum computing platform, which fulfills all of DiVincenzo's criteria. The combination of optical tweezers with optical lattices is a unique approach to scale the register sizes to beyond 1000 atoms, which, together with high-fidelity single and two-qubit operations, will pave the way to realizing highly controllable quantum systems beyond the regime accessible by classical computers.

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