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TNT Seminar: Entanglement Structures in Quantum Fields: Quantum Simulation to Effective Field Theories
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Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
Natalie Klco (Caltech)
"Entanglement Structures in Quantum Fields: Quantum Simulation to Effective Field Theories" Whether interested in simulating dynamical interactions of fundamental particles or otherwise implementing a large-scale quantum computation, the field theoretic framework of spatially distributed quantum degrees of freedom is invaluable. By leveraging their natural capacity to describe highly entangled many-body states, the use of atomic-scale quantum systems to form a computational framework for the exploration of sub-atomic phenomena is envisioned to be non-perturbatively advantageous. In this talk, I will share a developing perspective on the entanglement structures within quantum fields and discuss resulting implications for the design of effective field theories and future practical quantum simulations of quantum fields.