Dorye L. Esteras (ICMol) The exfoliation of graphene down to the monolayer limit opened a new field of science based on infinitely thin materials. Encouraged by these findings, several efforts have been made in order to bring magnetism into the 2-dimensional (2D) limit. Despite the predictions of Mermin-Wagner theorem, these systems have magnetic order under…
Welcome to the Spanish Network on Quantum Information (RITCE)
Quantum information is the new language of Quantum Science, describing and explaining the structure of complex quantum systems, entanglement, and their potential for storing, encoding and processing information.
Quantum mechanical systems can be used to enhance common tasks, such as metrology and sensing, as well as to build new forms of computation & cryptography that cannot be beaten by classical devices.
Quantum simulation is the experimental control of atoms, molecules or even solid state devices, to simulate or solve interesting problems from Condensed Matter or Theoretical Physics.
The Spanish Network on Quantum Information (RITCE), promotes research in all of these fields, helping the establishment of collaborations inside the network and with international groups, and promoting the training of new scientists in these topics.
- Online seminar #14: Magnetism in the 2D limit
- Online seminar #13: Quantum impurity problems: from quantum optics to condensed matter physics
Miguel Bello (MPQ) Setups of quantum emitters coupled to structured baths have gained more and more attention in recent years, as they constitute a versatile platform where one can test and explore unconventional quantum optics, or even use them for some quantum information processing or quantum simulation. From a broader point of view, quantum impurity…
- Online seminar #12: From NISQ to Quantum Chaos: The Stochastic Operator VarianceOnline seminar #12:
Pablo Martínez-Azcona (University of Luxemburg) The study of chaotic behavior in the quantum realm is now at an exciting crossroads, connecting in a unique way quantum information, high energy physics, statistical mechanics and even pure math. We will begin this seminar with a broad introduction to the field of Quantum Chaos, giving particular weight to…