Wednesday, December 6, 2023
12:00 - 14:00
In research labs worldwide, quantum physics is making unprecedented strides. The realization of robust quantum systems holds tremendous promise for applications in secure communication and computing. Yet, as physicists, our most exciting pursuit lies in experimentally testing quantum phenomena predicted over the past century within highly controlled environments. In this colloquium, I will explore two distinct approaches to engineering quantum matter: one fueled by human creativity and the other driven by artificial intelligence. Throughout the colloquium, we will uncover how these approaches can be effectively deployed in contemporary quantum experiments, paving the way for advancements in our understanding and control of quantum phenomena.
VU University Amsterdam - Faculty of Science - Physics and Astronomy
computational physics, quantum computing, quantum matter