James Spencer
The many-electron Schrödinger equation allows us, at least in principle, to understand much of chemistry from first principles. more

Kristian Knakkergaard Nielsen (Aarhus University):
In recent years, the quantum simulation [1] of the Fermi-Hubbard Hamiltonian [2] has made it possible to study the underlying physics of a vast class of strongly correlated materials [3]. more

Prof. Charles E. Creffield: The non-trivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function are central objects in number theory, and have also attracted the attention of physicists working in random matrix theory and quantum chaos for decades. more

Juan Ramón Muñoz de Nova
We propose the concept of a spontaneous many-body Floquet state. more

Markus Schröfl & Tobi Haas (Heidelberg University)
Entropic uncertainty is a well-known concept to formulate uncertainty relations for continuous variable quantum systems with finitely many degrees of freedom. more

Jacob Biamonte (Skoltech)
Determining properties of ground states of spin Hamiltonians remains a topic of central relevance connecting disciplines of mathematical, theoretical and applied physics. more

Andrew Darmawan
A universal quantum computer will require error correction to protect logical qubits from noise more

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