Grounds for Science - Exploring quantum materials and black holes

Presentation | December 7 | 6:30-8 p.m. |  Scarlet City Espresso Bar | Note change in date

 3960Espresso Bar Adeline Street, Emeryville, CA 94608

 Arielle Little, Department of Physics; Vinay Ramasesh, Department of Physics

 Science@Cal

Exciting short talks on cutting-edge topics by young researchers at UC Berkeley.

The weird and wonderful world of Quantum Materials - with Arielle Little

Some of the most notable achievements in the study of materials have led to technological breakthroughs which have shaped modern society; take, for example the solid-state transistors which are the foundation for computation. The study of the quantum mechanical properties of crystalline materials, or “hard condensed matter physics”, is a rich playground for fundamental physics.

Exploring the physics of black holes with quantum computers - with Vinay Ramasesh

In recent years a connection has emerged between the physics of information in black holes and the theory of quantum error correction. We are beginning to realize the technology to explore this connection experimentally.

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 Food and drinks available for purchase

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