A computational lens on quantum physics
The new area of quantum Hamiltonian complexity, which had emerged from quantum computation over the past decade, studies some of the most fundamental questions in quantum physics from a computational viewpoint.
This approach turns out to offer deep insights for physics (as well as computer science) which are now beginning to be revealed. I will attempt to describe some achievements from this fast growing vibrant area;
Connections to area laws, simulating condensed matter physics, stability of entanglement, precision measurements and even black holes will be mentioned, with emphasis on the many exciting open questions in this field.
תאריך עדכון אחרון : 01/05/2016