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Micro- to mesoscale simulation of strongly correlated quantum systems

date
23.01.2019 
time
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM 
speaker
Antrittsvorlesung: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Christian Mendl 
affiliation
Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Wissenschaftliches Rechnen 
part of series
TUD Dresden Mathematics Seminar 
language
de 
main topic
Mathematics: general
host
Antrittsvorlesung 
abstract


We will briefly review some of the core concepts of quantum mechanics as well as one of the most intriguing and fascinating consequences, namely nonlocality and the Bell inequalities. The second part of the talk is concerned with modern computational methods, like the matrix product state framework and quantum Monte Carlo methods, to simulate (strongly correlated) quantum systems on classical computers. While the fundamental physical laws describing quantum systems are in principle well-know, the collective dynamical behavior of manybody quantum systems can lead to qualitatively new effects, a prominent example being superconductivity. Finally, we will look at the future roadmap for prospective quantum computing and quantum information technology.

 

Last update: 15.01.2019 13:40.

venue 

TUD Willers-Bau (B 321) 
Zellescher Weg 12-14
01069 Dresden
homepage
https://navigator.tu-dresden.de/etplan/wil/00 

organizer 

TUD Mathematik
Willersbau, Zellescher Weg 12-14
01069 Dresden
telefon
49-351-463 33376 
homepage
http://tu-dresden.de/mathematik 
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