FI: QUANTUM MANY-BODY PHYSICS IN QUANTUM COMPUTING - LEONARDO BANCHI 
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DATA: 03-04-2019

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Abstract: After many years of theoretical research, quantum computing is finally entering an era where quantum devices are actually being built. Although these early devices lack either the size or fault-tolerance to run full-scale quantum algorithms, they are nonetheless made up of many quantum entities, or qubits. In this talk I will show how techniques borrowed from quantum many-body physics, (integrable) field theory and random matrix theory, can be applied to better understand and program the behaviour of these quantum devices. In particular, I will discuss applications in quantum cryptography, quantum communication and machine learning. (Leonardo Banchi)


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