Dr. Jianming Cai, Universität Ulm
Color centers are atomic defects in diamond that possess electronic and nuclear spins.
The rapid progress of experiments with color centers in diamond indicates that
they are promising systems for quantum information processing, and more important for quantum
sensing (imaging) under ambient conditions.
Michael Reimer, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Francois Le Gall, The University of Tokyo
John R. Kirtley, Stanford University
Scanning SQUID Microscopy of Topological Insulators
Per Delsing, Chalmers University of Technology Sweden
Guillermo Esteban Romero Huenchuir, University of Basque Country, Spain
Wolfram Pernice, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Enrique Solano, Universidad del País Vasco, Bilbao, Spain
I will introduce the field of quantum simulations from a wide
scientific perspective. Then, I will discuss the relevance of quantum
simulations for reproducing different aspects of quantum physics:
nonrelativistic and relativistic quantum dynamics, physical and unphysical
quantum operations, as well as strong and ultrastrong light-matter
interactions. Finally, I will give examples in the context of trapped-ion
and circuit QED technologies.
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