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Q-Farm Quantum Seminar Series presents "Entanglement phase transition in random unitary circuits with measurements"

Entanglement phase transition in random unitary circuits with measurements
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 - 12:00pm
Physics/Astrophysics (Varian II) Building, Room 102/103
Dr. R. Chitra (ETH Zurich, Institute of Theoretical Physics)
Abstract / Description: 

Parametric resonance of linear harmonic oscillators is a well known phenomenon. Experimental advances in the recent past now make it possible to study parametric phenomena in a wide array of classical and quantum systems. Spanning single to many-body systems, we will show how parametric resonance can be harnessed for novel force sensing applications as well as the realisation of new phases of matter including time crystals.