New session of the QuantHEP Seminar – Quantum Computation and High-Energy Physics Seminar:
Speaker: Zohreh Davoudi (Department of Physics, University of Maryland)
Date: Wednesday 8 February 2023
Time: 17h00 Brussels = 16h00 Lisbon = 11h00 New York = 8h00 San Francisco = etc.
Abstract: While an extremely successful theoretical and computational program called lattice quantum chromodynamics (QCD) has enabled a first-principles look into some properties of matter, we have yet to come up with a computationally more capable tool to predict the complex dynamics of matter from the underlying interactions of the Standard Model. Can a large reliable (digital or analog) quantum simulator eventually enable us to study the strong force? What does a quantum simulator have to offer to simulate QCD and how far away are we from such a dream? In this talk, I will describe a vision for how we may go on a journey toward quantum simulating QCD, by taking insights from early to late developments of lattice QCD, by motivating the need for novel theoretical, algorithmic, and hardware approaches to quantum-simulating this unique problem, and by providing examples of the early steps taken to date in establishing a quantum-computational lattice-QCD program.
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