Grad Student Symposium: AMO Platforms for Quantum Simulation and Information
Monday, May 31, 2021 • 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
DAMOP continues its tradition of holding a symposium aimed toward graduate students.
Symposium Description: Atomic, molecular, and optical systems can be exquisitely controlled and finely monitored in space and time, allowing the exploration and exploitation of a vast range of quantum physics. These flexibilities allow the construction of quantum systems which can be precisely initialized, subjected to a desired engineered Hamiltonian, and their subsequent evolution monitored. This symposium will feature talks and discussion on a variety of AMO platforms for quantum simulation and applications in quantum information science. The talks will cover both experimental and theoretical aspects of these topics, which also have broad impact across physics beyond AMO.
Pre-Registration is required.
Ana Maria Rey, University of Colorado
Waseem Bakr, Princeton University
Alicia Kollár, University of Maryland
Antoine Browaeys, Institut d'Optique