Maximal Entanglement in a Quantum Computer (*PLEASE NOTE TIME: 1:30PM*)

  • July 15, 2021, 1:30 pm US/Central
  • Alba Cervera Lierta, University of Toronto
  • Hank
  • slides
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Nature is such that Maximal Entangled states exist”. This conjecture is based on the fact that we not only observe maximal entanglement in several physical processes but also we are able to verify that local realism can not describe quantum mechanics. We go a step further and suggest the possibility that maximal entanglement plays a central role in quantum field theory and can fix the structure of nature interactions. In this talk, I will present these ideas as well as ways to generate maximal entanglement in a programmable quantum computer beyond two-dimensional systems.