Quantum simulator for Open Quantum Systems

Quantum simulator for Open Quantum Systems

Acronym: QOQS

Actors: INO-CNR (Alessio Recati), Department of Physics (Stefano Giorgini, Pietro Faccioli) and ECT* (Giovanni Garberoglio).

Proposal: to fund a PhD student (€ 66.000)

Period: Started November 2019

The QOQS project investigates the properties of a few particles or degrees of freedom (impurities) immersed in a complex environment. This is one of the most relevant instances of open quantum systems (OQS), whose study encompass all the fields of physics, both at the fundamental and — even more importantly — at a technological level.
The purpose of this proposal is to test the different OQS’s techniques and approximations by applying them to specific cold-atom quantum simulators, which can be experimentally realised and characterised in an external partnering laboratory at the European Laboratory for Non-Linear Science, at Sesto Fiorentino.

PI: Alessio Recati (CNR)
Ph.D. student: Matteo Sighinolfi (UNITN)
co-PI: Pietro Faccioli (UNITN), Giovanni Garberoglio (FBK-ECT*), Stefano Giorgini (UNITN)



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