Quantum simulating fragile many-body effects
Meeting ID: 445 992 8099
Quantum simulations can be performed at various scales: Cold atoms or trapped ions are optimal platforms when it comes to the ultimate control over the individual constituents of the simulator. Twisted bi-layer materials, on the other hand, combine the powerful tuning knobs of the traditional simulators with the direct route to applications inherent to solid state systems. Fortunately, these intermediate scale simulators present us with theoretical challenges that arise from their complexity. In this talk I will present our attempts to understand the superconductivity in twisted bi-layer graphene and how topology might play a crucial role.
תאריך עדכון אחרון : 05/12/2022