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Dynamics and Dissipation in Quantum Simulation Workshop

Monday, July 9, 2018 - 9:00am to Tuesday, July 10, 2018 - 5:00pm

The physics of out-of-equilibrium quantum many-particle systems underlies the behavior of important existing and emerging technologies. Better understanding and controlling these dynamics both involves interesting foundational research, and is likely to have a key role in the development of future generations of quantum technologies. Recent advances in experiments have made it possible to control and engineer dynamics, not only of closed quantum systems, but also in open many-body quantumsimulators. In this meeting, we will bring together experiment and theory of out-of-equilibrium dynamics in open quantum simulators, as well as representatives from industry, in order to develop new collaborations and set a platform for future advances in this area.

Organizing Committee:

Andrew Daley, Monika Schleier-Smith, Jonathan Keeling, Tom Baer, and Benjamin Lev

SU2P (a project connecting Scottish and Stanford Universities) and SPRC (Stanford Photonics Research Center)
 
 
Monday, July 9 Tuesday, july 10

Quantum Simulation with Photons and Atoms

Jonathan Simon, University of Chicago

Dieter Jaksch, Oxford

Maria Luisa Ciofalo, Università di Pisa

Benjamin Lev, Stanford

Jonathan Keeling, St. Andrews

Monika Schleier-Smith, Stanford

Many-body Dynamics and Quantum Simulation

Sarang Gopalakrishnan, CUNY

Vedika Khemani, Harvard

Robert Smith, Cambridge

 

New Platforms and Applications for Quantum Simulation

Helmut Katzgraber, Texas A&M

Alireza Marandi, Caltech

Stefan Kuhr, Strathclyde

Isaac Kim, Stanford

Andrew Daley, Strathclyde

Alicia Kollar, Stanford

Industry Perspectives on Quantum Simulation and Industry-University Links

Vadim Smelyanskiy, Google

Norm Yao, UC Berkeley

Followed by round table discussions