Physics Colloquium

"Building an entanglement sharing quantum network"

Presented by Professor Eden Figueroa, Stony Brook University

Tuesday, November 7, 2017, 3:30 pm — Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510

In the first part of our talk we will show how to produce photonic quantum entanglement and how to store it and distribute it by optically manipulating the properties of room temperature atomic clouds. We will discuss our recent experiments in which several quantum devices are already interconnected forming an elementary quantum cryptographic network. We will also discuss our progress regarding the construction of an entanglement sharing link between Stony Brook and BNL.
In the second part we will show our progress regarding the construction of an analog quantum computer capable of simulating relativistic dynamics using atoms and quantized light. We will show how our device is already capable of simulating Dirac and Jackiw-Rebbi Hamiltonians as well as the road map towards simulating Quantum Field Theory Hamiltonians.

Hosted by: Andrei Nomerotski

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