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JQI Seminar (Virtually)

Date
Mon, Mar 8, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location
Online using Zoom Meeting

Description

Title: Thermodynamics of quantum information

Speaker: Sebastian Deffner, UMBC

Abstract: We are on the verge of a technological revolution. Over the last couple of years the first computational devices have become commercially available that promise to exploit so-called quantum advantage. Even though the thermodynamic cost for processing classical information has been known since the 1960s, the thermodynamic description of quantum computers is still at its infancy. This is due to the fact that many notions of classical thermodynamics, such as work and heat, do not readily generalize to quantum systems in the presence of thermal and quantum noise. In this colloquium, I will outline a novel conceptual framework of an emerging theory, Quantum Thermodynamics, and its application to understanding the properties of quantum information.




We are hosting the Spring 2021 JQI Seminars virtually as Zoom meetings. JQI members and affiliates will receive a Zoom link in an email announcing each seminar. For those without access to Zoom, we will also be live streaming each seminar on YouTube. Once a seminar starts, you will find a link to the live stream on our YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/JQInews.

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