Physics Colloquium

"Tensor network states and quantum algorithms"

Presented by Dr Andreas Weichselbaum, BNL

Tuesday, February 22, 2022, 3:30 pm — Videoconference / Virtual Event (see link below)

Abstract: Tensor network states (TNSs) have emerged as a powerful versatile
description of strongly correlated quantum many body states. I will
give a short review on TNSs and highlight recent work of ours
in that regard for the description of (effective) one- and two-
dimensional model Hamiltonians in the condensed matter context.
I will then emphasize the strong analogies of algorithms operating
on TNSs with quantum algorithms for quantum computation.
Thus as an outlook, TNSs also offer a possibly powerful framework
for the classical benchmarking and analysis of quantum algorithms
in the noisy intermediate-scale quantum era (NISQ).

Hosted by: Raju Venugopalan

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