Kolloquien

Die Gastvorträge im Rahmen des MPQ-Kolloquiums finden von April bis Juli sowie von Oktober bis Januar jeweils dienstags um 14:30 Uhr statt. Verantaltungsort ist der Herbert-Walther-Hörsaal im Foyer des Max-Planck-Instituts für Quantenoptik.

Ansprechpartner für die wissenschaftliche Organisation:

Dr. Stephan Dürr und Dr. Thomas Udem

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Quantum Computing NISQ Era and beyond

Quantum Computing NISQ Era and beyond
Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) technology will be available in the near future. Quantum computers with 50-100 qubits may be able to perform tasks which surpass the capabilities of today's classical digital computers, but noise in quantum gates will limit the size of quantum circuits that can be executed reliably [mehr]

Towards Highly Storage Efficiency of Optical Quantum Memory Based on Electromagnetically Induced Transparency Protocol

Towards Highly Storage Efficiency of Optical Quantum Memory Based on Electromagnetically Induced Transparency Protocol
Long-distance quantum communication based on quantum repeater protocol [mehr]

Probing dynamical properties of Fermi-Hubbard systems with a quantum gas microscope (Prof. Waseem Bakr)

Probing dynamical properties of Fermi-Hubbard systems with a quantum gas microscope
The normal state of high-temperature superconductors exhibits anomalous transport and spectral properties that are poorly understood. Cold atoms in optical lattices have been used to realize the celebrated Fermi-Hubbard model, widely believed to capture the essential physics of these materials. The recent development of fermionic quantum gas microscopes has enabled studying Hubbard systems with single-site resolution. Most studies have focused on probing equal-time spin and density correlations. [mehr]

Trapped ion optical clocks and tests of the equivalence principle (Dr. Ekkehard Peik)

Trapped ion optical clocks and tests of the equivalence principle
Optical clocks based on different atoms and ions with uncertainties in the low 10-18 range allow for frequency comparisons that can be used in tests of fundamental physics, like in quantitative tests of relativity and searches for violations of the equivalence principle. [mehr]

Laser-cooled molecules for quantum science and tests of fundamental physics (Prof. Michael Tarbutt)

Laser-cooled molecules for quantum science and tests of fundamental physics
Ultracold molecules can be used to test fundamental physics, simulate many-body quantum systems, process quantum information, and study ultracold chemistry. [mehr]
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