Quantum information processing with ultracold qubits
Ivan Deutsch
University of New Mexico
November 14, 2005
12:30 pm
NWSE 304

The end of the twentieth century saw the coming together of two of its greatest intellectual achievements -- digital information processing and quantum mechanics. What lies ahead of Moore's road map of ever shrinking microprocessor components is not just a tinier version of devises, but a broad new principle based on quantum superpositions and nonlocal entanglement. A particularly promising scheme employs some of the coolest matter around -- the optical lattice -- neutral atoms trapped in a virtual crystal of light.

Pizza and soda at 12:15.

This talk is jointly sponsored by the Department of Physics and Astronomy, the Department of Computer Science, and the Center for Converging Technologies.