Liyuan Qiu, Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, Tsinghua University
In this talk, I will introduce three non-equilibrium dynamics experiments in the anti-ferromagnetic spin-1 sodium condensate, including one experiment about the Kibble-Zurek mechanism in the first-order quantum phase transition and two experiments about Dynamical Quantum Phase Transitions.
In the Kibble-Zurek mechanism, we find out that not only the ground state matters in quantum phase transition but also the high excited states matter.
Join us for casual conversations with researchers at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC).
The profound impact of early discovery, experimentation, and disruption through research and invention
Researchers today build on the knowledge and discoveries made by those who have come before them. How can today’s researchers light the early pathways and curiosities for the research breakthroughs of the future? How can we demonstrate the impact and potential of the yet-to-be known? And, what if any, role does academia, industry, the Faculty of Mathematics, and Canada play in increasing the discovery journey to these new frontiers?