Conference on “Quantum Simulations of Fundamental Physics”

发布时间:2023-09-23     来源于:上海研究院

Last decade has witnessed drastic progress in quantum simulations. Unprecedented programmability has been accomplished in various quantum systems, such as atom tweezer arrays, optical lattices, trapped ions, and superconducting qubits. This has opened up new opportunities for quantum simulations. Quantum simulations of Fermi-Hubbard models are reaching new regimes with cold atoms in optical lattices, and in tweezer arrays. Multi-orbital superfluids are witnessing charge, spin, and orbital intertwined orders, of vital interests to strongly correlated condensed matter systems. Exotic quantum many-body states with intrinsic topological order with long-range quantum entanglement have been prepared. Large scale quantum simulations of Hamiltonians that encode difficult computation problems are bringing novel routes to reach practical quantum advantage. Simulating quantum field theories provide non-perturbative approaches to treat scattering process and bound state problems in high energy physics. The conference covers recent innovation across different programmable quantum platforms in both theory and experiment. This includes quantum schemes and protocols to process quantum information, perform difficult optimization problems, simulate strongly correlated fermions, and emulate high energy processes. The technological requirements to reach practical quantum advantage will be discussed. It is aimed to stimulate and foster interactions between leading experts in the field to bring fresh theoretical ideas closer to the exciting frontiers ranging from simulating fundamental physics to application in quantum technology.

Sessions (tentative):

Hamiltonian learning

Fermionic Quantum Simulations

Quantum simulations with atom tweezer arrays

Quantum many-body dynamics and dynamical phase transitions

Quantum simulations of quantum field theories

High orbital optical lattices 


Conference on November 16th -18th , 2023

Student lectures on the day before. (XL)



Organizing Committee:

Xiaopeng Li (Fudan University)

Youjin Deng (University of Science and Technology of China)

Lu-Ming Duan (Tsinghua University)

W. Vincent Liu (University of Pittsburgh)

Peter Zoller (University of Innsbruck)

Invited Speakers:

Bo ZhaoUniversity of Science and Technology of China

Daniel GonzalezInnsbruck University

David Weld  (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Denis V. Vasilyev(Innsbruck University

Erhai ZhaoGeorge Mason University

Haibin WuEast Normal University of China

Hui ZhaiTsinghua University

Jaewook Ahn  (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology )

Jian LinNingbo University

Jing ZhangShanxi University

Jörg SchmiedmayerVienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology

Kun ChenFlatiron Institute

Lei Feng Fudan University

Long ZhangHuazhong University of Science and Technology

Michael BruneLaboratoire Kastler Brossel, France

Mingpu QinShanghai Jiaotong University

Mingsheng ZhanWuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics Chinese Academy of Sciences

Nikolay Prokof'ev (University of Massachusetts)

Robert Ott Innsbruck University

Sayan Choudhury Harish-Chandra Research Institute

Shiliang ZhuSouth China Normal University

Torsten V. ZacheUniversity of Innsbruck 

Wei LiInstitute Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Xiaoji ZhouPeking University

Xiongjun LiuPeking University

Yu-Ao ChenUniversity of Science and Technology of China

Yukai WuTsinghua University

Zhen-Sheng YuanUniversity of Science and Technology of China

Sponsor Institutions:

University of Science and Technology of China

Fudan University, Shanghai, China

Tsinghua University