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Quantum gravity in the lab. Matrix quantum mechanics meets quantum computing
Matrix quantum mechanics plays various important roles in theoretical physics, such as a holographic description of quantum black …
Oct 26, 2021 4:00 PM — 5:00 PM
NSCL/FRIB Theory Seminar, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
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Quantum gravity in the lab. Quantum computing and deep learning solutions
Quantum mechanics is at the core of our understanding of the subatomic world. Moreover, it is driving a new industry based on quantum …
Oct 21, 2021 4:00 PM — 5:00 PM
AI Paper Reading, Special Session, Infineon Technologies, Munich, Germany
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Benchmarking quantum algorithms for quantum field theory
Can we use quantum computing to answer important questions in quantum field theory? Once we can formulate the problem on a quantum …
Oct 20, 2021 4:00 PM — 5:00 PM
Joint workshop on Quantum Computing, R-CCS, IHPC, CQT, NSCC, Singapore
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A deep learning and hybrid quantum-classical approach to matrix quantum mechanics
Matrix quantum mechanics plays various important roles in theoretical physics, such as a holographic description of quantum black …
Sep 22, 2021 4:00 PM — 5:00 PM
Computational Quantum Science Laboratory, EPFL, Lausanne
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Matrix Model simulations using Quantum Computing, Deep Learning, and Lattice Monte Carlo
We study the two matrix models using deep learning methods and quantum simulations. We benchmark the results against lattice Monte Carlo simulations.
Enrico Rinaldi
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Xizhi Han
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Mohammad Hassan
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Yuan Feng
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Franco Nori
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Michael McGuigan
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Masanori Hanada
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Viewpoint: Machine Learning Tackles Spacetime
Neural networks enable an important calculation in a popular approach to unifying quantum mechanics with general relativity
Enrico Rinaldi
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Towards a non-perturbative study of quantum gravity effects
Lattice field theories are a useful tool to define gauge theories in their non- perturbative regime. At the same time, the …
Jul 24, 2019 11:00 AM — 11:00 AM
OIST, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University
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Monte Carlo String/M-theory Collaboration
Develop Monte Carlo methods for Quantum Gravity via Holography
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Gauged and Ungauged: A Nonperturbative Test
We study the thermodynamics of the ‘ungauged’ D0-brane matrix model by Monte Carlo simulation. Our results appear to be consistent with the conjecture by Maldacena and Milekhin.
Enrico Rinaldi
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Evan Berkowitz
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Masanori Hanada
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Pavlos Vranas
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Toward Holographic Reconstruction of Bulk Geometry from Lattice Simulations
A black hole described in SU(N) gauge theory consists of N D-branes. As a proof of the concept, we perform an explicit calculation in the matrix model dual to the black zero-brane in type IIA string theory. We study the geometry of the black hole in this dual representation using lattice Monte Carlo simulations.
Enrico Rinaldi
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Evan Berkowitz
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Masanori Hanada
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Jonathan Maltz
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Pavlos Vranas
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