N3AS Satellite Meeting

Quantum Information: Condensed Systems to Neutrinos

This is a meeting on the physics of quantum information transport, coherence and de-coherence, and quantum kinetics, and related subjects. Many active areas of research in nonlinear many-body systems involve aspects of these issues, from quantum computing to large-scale condensed fermion simulations to neutrino astrophysics. AS objective of this meeting is to highlight areas of common ground, and similar techniques, around several seemingly disparate fields.

Begin Time End Time Event
7:00 AM Shuttle Service from hotel to UCSD
8:00 AM 8:30 AM Coffee/bagels/rolls in the tea room
8:30 AM 8:35 AM Baha Balantekin, Joe Carlson, George Fuller: Welcoming Remarks
8:35 AM 9:05 AM Baha Balantekin, University of Wisconsin, “The duality between collective neutrino oscillations and spin chains in condensed matter physics”
9:05 AM 9:35 AM Yigit Subasi, LANL, “Hardware-efficient Fermionic Simulation with a Cavity QED system”
9:35 AM 10:05 AM Huaiyu Duan, University of New Mexico, “Collective neutrino oscillations; Flavor field instability”
10:05 AM 11:05 AM Coffee/Discussion Break
11:05 AM 11:35 AM Lukasz Cincio, LANL, “Automating quantum algorithms discovery”
11:35 AM 1:30 PM Lunch on your own in the Price Center/UCSD restaurants
1:30 PM 2:30 PM Henry Abarbanel, UCSD, “Machine learning and optimization techniques in physics”
3:00 PM 3:30 PM Shashank Shalgar, LANL, “The Halo Problem”
5:30 PM Shuttle Service from UCSD to hotel


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