Workshop on Complexity Meets Condensed Matter

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source: Simons Institute     2014年4月3日
Workshop on Complexity Meets Condensed Matter
Mar. 24 – Mar. 27, 2014
This workshop will focus on recent advances in our understanding of area laws for 1D systems and beyond, the complexity of ground states of local Hamiltonians, adiabatic quantum computation, topological order, quantum expanders, as well as addressing the PCP theorem from a constraint satisfaction perspective.
For more information, please visit http://simons.berkeley.edu/workshops/qhc2014-2.
These presentations were supported in part by an award from the Simons Foundation.

The Quest for Parameterizing the Manifold of Low-energy States of Quantum Spin Systems 1:05:29 Frank Verstraete, University of Vienna http://simons.berkeley.edu/talks/fran...
AGSPs and an Area Law for Gapped 1D Systems 58:31
Counter-example to Generalized Area Laws 59:16
Exact Holographic Mapping and Emergent Space-time Geometry 58:56
Space Time Circuit to Hamiltonian Construction 1:07:39
Quantum Expanders 1:10:00
Prospects for a Quantum PCP Theorem 59:36
Quantum Local Testability 1:03:30
Entanglement and the Quantum Phases of Matter 1:07:16
Lattice Quantum Codes 1:00:07
Correlations, Area Laws, and Stability of Open and Thermal Many-body Quantum Systems 53:16
Many Body Localization and Adiabatic Quantum Optimization 57:07
Experiments with D-Wave 1:04:04
How Quantum is D-Wave? 51:03

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