C2QA Colloquium Series

"Towards Quantum Simulation of Standard Model Physics"

Presented by Dr. Martin Savage, Univ of Washington

Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 1:30 pm — Videoconference / Virtual Event (see link below)

Standard Model physics is focused on the nature of a diverse array of fundamental and emergent quantum field theories and quantum many-body systems, constructed around global and local symmetries and known particle content. Classical simulations have played a central role in establishing and probing the Standard Model, and importantly in developing its predictive capabilities. Classes of observables, particularly involving (non-equilibrium) dynamics and finite densities, are beyond the capabilities of classical computation at scale, but anticipated advances in quantum computing and quantum algorithms suggest that some of these observables could be addressed with quantum simulation in the not-so-distant future. I will present thoughts on aspects of entanglement, complexity and quantum simulation (both NISQ-era and beyond) that may be relevant for advancing Standard Model physics research.

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