A Short Course on Topological Insulators

... solid state physics background is provided as we go along. Since this is an introduction, rather than a broad overview, we try to be selfcontained and give citations to the current literature only where it is absolutely necessary. For a broad overview, including pointers to the original papers and c ...

... solid state physics background is provided as we go along. Since this is an introduction, rather than a broad overview, we try to be selfcontained and give citations to the current literature only where it is absolutely necessary. For a broad overview, including pointers to the original papers and c ...

Quantum wires in one dimension: disorder,electronic transportand

... are randomly assigned from a given interval according to a constant probability distribution. He showed that above a critical degree of disorder, which he quantifies as the width of the site-energy distribution, diffusion in the system is suppressed due to the spatial localization of all the electro ...

... are randomly assigned from a given interval according to a constant probability distribution. He showed that above a critical degree of disorder, which he quantifies as the width of the site-energy distribution, diffusion in the system is suppressed due to the spatial localization of all the electro ...

Quantum Computer (Information) and Quantum Mechanical

... Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanical behaviour, write down in unmistakable terms the conceptual jurisprudence, phenomenological methodology, formal characterization, programmatic and anagrammatic concatenation of the equations. We discuss in detail for the system Vacuum Energy and Quantum Fiel ...

... Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanical behaviour, write down in unmistakable terms the conceptual jurisprudence, phenomenological methodology, formal characterization, programmatic and anagrammatic concatenation of the equations. We discuss in detail for the system Vacuum Energy and Quantum Fiel ...

Q QUANTUM COHERENCE PROGRESS

... hot systems — which could almost be considered as synonymous with macroscopic systems — should not behave quantum mechanically. As I show in the next section, however, de-Broglie-type arguments are too simplistic. First, entanglement can be found in macroscopic systems4 (including at high temperatur ...

... hot systems — which could almost be considered as synonymous with macroscopic systems — should not behave quantum mechanically. As I show in the next section, however, de-Broglie-type arguments are too simplistic. First, entanglement can be found in macroscopic systems4 (including at high temperatur ...

Correlations in multipartite systems: From entanglement to localization Julia Stasi ´nska

... systems, which was initially perceived as more of a paradox and curiosity than something useful, eventually became one of the marvels of modern science. The theory of entanglement, although far from complete, is now well developed and offers many tools that allow us to test the presence of such corr ...

... systems, which was initially perceived as more of a paradox and curiosity than something useful, eventually became one of the marvels of modern science. The theory of entanglement, although far from complete, is now well developed and offers many tools that allow us to test the presence of such corr ...

Topological Superconductivity in Artificial Heterostructures

... exists the concept of analog quantum simultion where a quantum system is implemented in terms of another one. For instance, the Hubbard model could be implemented using cold atoms in an optical lattice [18,19]. Quantum computation’s most crucial obstacle is decoherence. A quantum state is in general ...

... exists the concept of analog quantum simultion where a quantum system is implemented in terms of another one. For instance, the Hubbard model could be implemented using cold atoms in an optical lattice [18,19]. Quantum computation’s most crucial obstacle is decoherence. A quantum state is in general ...

Consciousness-Based Education

... joinings of disciplinary knowledge. But the chief criticism of interdisciplinary studies—leveled even by its proponents—is that looking at an issue from multiple perspectives does not, in itself, enable one to find the common ground among contrasting viewpoints, to resolve conflicts, and to arrive a ...

... joinings of disciplinary knowledge. But the chief criticism of interdisciplinary studies—leveled even by its proponents—is that looking at an issue from multiple perspectives does not, in itself, enable one to find the common ground among contrasting viewpoints, to resolve conflicts, and to arrive a ...

Quantum Circuits Engineering: Efficient Simulation and

... menting speciﬁc algorithms, we have that knowledge because of the characteristic form these states exhibit. We have performed an analysis concerning the eﬀectiveness of our methodology, for speciﬁc states from Shor and Grover algorithms. Unfortunately, as shown by our case study for Shor, Deutsch-Jo ...

... menting speciﬁc algorithms, we have that knowledge because of the characteristic form these states exhibit. We have performed an analysis concerning the eﬀectiveness of our methodology, for speciﬁc states from Shor and Grover algorithms. Unfortunately, as shown by our case study for Shor, Deutsch-Jo ...

Nonadiabatic alignment by intense pulses

... A rather similar coherent rotational excitation process takes place at non-resonant frequencies, well below electronic transition frequencies. In this case a rotationally-broad superposition state is produced via sequential Raman-type (|∆J| = 0, 2) transitions, the system remaining in the ground vib ...

... A rather similar coherent rotational excitation process takes place at non-resonant frequencies, well below electronic transition frequencies. In this case a rotationally-broad superposition state is produced via sequential Raman-type (|∆J| = 0, 2) transitions, the system remaining in the ground vib ...

Quantum Techniques for Stochastic Mechanics

... are related to symmetries by a result called Noether’s theorem. In Section 10 we describe a version of Noether’s theorem for stochastic mechanics, which was proved with the help of Brendan Fong. This applies, not just to systems described by stochastic Petri nets, but a much more general class of pr ...

... are related to symmetries by a result called Noether’s theorem. In Section 10 we describe a version of Noether’s theorem for stochastic mechanics, which was proved with the help of Brendan Fong. This applies, not just to systems described by stochastic Petri nets, but a much more general class of pr ...

Multi-particle qubits - Department of Physics — ETH Zurich

... qubit encoding scheme we search for possible physical operations that will implement universal quantum computation over this qubit and, thus, pose a suitable candidate for a quantum computer architecture. We find that two of the encoding categories, which are less commonly researched, are difficult ...

... qubit encoding scheme we search for possible physical operations that will implement universal quantum computation over this qubit and, thus, pose a suitable candidate for a quantum computer architecture. We find that two of the encoding categories, which are less commonly researched, are difficult ...

Physics - Poincare

... studied rigorously in the 17th century, and came to be called electricity. Thus, physics had come to understand two observations of nature in terms of some root cause (electricity and magnetism). However, further work in the 19th century revealed that these two forces were just two different aspects ...

... studied rigorously in the 17th century, and came to be called electricity. Thus, physics had come to understand two observations of nature in terms of some root cause (electricity and magnetism). However, further work in the 19th century revealed that these two forces were just two different aspects ...