Albano campus, Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
Over the past decade, quantum chaos in many-body systems has been a dynamic and thriving field, driven by significant advances in the control and engineering of complex quantum systems. In this context, the interplay of chaotic dynamics and environmental-induced dissipation in many-body settings has been receiving increasing attention.
Here, the aim is to understand the universal properties of quantum chaos when the system-environment coupling cannot be ignored. Aspects of this research are of immediate interest to various areas of physics, quantum information and quantum engineering, and, in particular, to modeling recently available intermediate-scale quantum (NISQ) quantum processors.
The aim of this school is to provide students with a broad view of the field of dissipative quantum many-body chaos. At the same time, we aim to address the technicalities needed to understand some of the most recent developments.
We focus mostly on PhD students, but Master students and young postdoc will be also considered
Themes and preliminary program schedule
Lectures shall cover the following topics:
● Quantum chaos, diagnosis and signatures
● Characterization methods of open quantum systems and processes (tomography)
● Noisy intermediate scale quantum (NISQ) device characterization
● Random-matrix methods for dissipative quantum dynamics
● Transport and correlation spreading in quantum circuit models
● Dynamics of monitored systems and measurement-induced criticality
List of lecturers
Quantum chaos, diagnosis and signatures
Karol Zyczkowski (Jagiellonian University): quantum information, measurement, entropy
Bruno Bertini (Uni Nottingham), non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, quantum chaos, entanglement
Valentina Ros (CNRS): disordered systems, non-equilibrium dynamics
Characterization methods of open quantum systems and processes (tomography)
Noisy intermediate scale quantum (NISQ) device characterization
Elsi-Mari Borrelli (AlgoritmiQ, Helsinki), noise in near term quantum computers
Random-matrix methods for dissipative quantum dynamics
John Chalker (Oxford): Anderson and many-body localization, random matrices
Transport and correlation spreading in quantum circuit models
Jens Bardarson (KTH): transport, many-body localization, eigenstate thermalization hypothesis
Dynamics of monitored systems and measurement-induced criticality
Andrea de Luca (CNRS): non-equilibrium many-body dynamics, quantum thermalization, MBL
Accommodation will be covered by Nordita for all lecturers and some accepted attendants. Other accepted attendees will have to cover their accommodation.
Nordita does not cover travel expenses.
Registration to be considered for on-site participation will close in June 30, 2024. Please go to the Application form or in the bottom of the page and fill all the fields properly.
Registrants will receive an on-site/remote participation confirmation from the organizers after the registration closes.