June 19, 1994 - June 19, 2027

  • Date:28SundayMay 2023

    Magnetic Resonance Seminar: "Quantum sensing of out-of-equilibrium systems with magnetic resonance”

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    Time
    16:00 - 17:00
    Location
    Perlman Chemical Sciences Building
    Shlomo Alexander Science Lounge
    Lecturer
    Dr. Gonzalo A. Alvarez
    Centro Atómico Bariloche, Instituto Balseiro & Instituto de Nanociencia y Nanotecnologia
    Organizer
    The Center for Quantum Science and Technology
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    AbstractShow full text abstract about Reliable processing of quantum information is crucial for qu...»
    Reliable processing of quantum information is crucial for quantum technologies development. Characterizing the ubiquitous out-of-equilibrium quantum systems [1-3] is essential for designing optimal control and quantum sensing strategies. However, this task is highly challenging due to the complex high-order correlations and non-stationary nature. In this talk, I will present methods to characterize the decoherence of out-of-equilibrium quantum systems [1,4-6]. Using quantum simulations with Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, we quantify "out-of-time order correlations" (OTOCs [2-3]) to define a critical threshold in disturbances to achieve reliable control of large quantum systems [1,4-5]. Furthermore, we develop a framework for quantum sensing the dynamics of out-of-equilibrium systems [6]. The sensor manifests spectral and non-Markovian properties, providing a quantum technology to probe time-correlation properties and mitigate the decoherence effects of non-stationary environments.

    [1] G. A. Alvarez, D. Suter, R. Kaiser. Science 349, 846 (2015).
    [2] R.J. Lewis-Swan, A. Safavi-Naini, A.M. Kaufman, A.M. Rey. Nat. Rev. Phys. 1, 627 (2019).
    [3] B. Swingle. Nat. Phys. 14, 988 (2018).
    [4] F.D. Dominguez, M.C. Rodriguez, R. Kaiser, D. Suter, G.A. Alvarez. Phys. Rev. A 104, 012402 (2021).
    [5] F.D. Dominguez, G.A. Alvarez. Phys. Rev. A 104, 062406 (2021).
    [6] M. Kuffer, A. Zwick, G.A. Alvarez. PRX Quantum 3, 020321 (2022).
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