Speaker: Szymon Pustelny (Institute of Theoretical Physics, JU)
The ability to generate, modify, and retrieve a quantum state is of
paramount importance for quantum information. Conventional physical
implementations of the schemes, enabling realization of the tasks,
employ single microscopic objects (atoms, photons, superconducting
circuits, etc.). However, operation with such objects presents many
experimental challenges. In the seminar, an alternative approach,
enabling realization of quantum-state engineering and tomography using
the collective state of many atoms (10^9), will be presented.
Deadline February 26 2023 for Bronze and Silver KCIK Awards approaching!