Symposium on Quantum Information, Complexity, and the Physical World
Monday, December 5, 2022 - Princeton University
Workshop on Spacetime and Quantum Information
Tuesday & Wednesday, December 6-7, 2022 - Institute for Advanced Study
Scott Aaronson, University of Texas at Austin
Juan Maldacena, Institute for Advanced Study
Alex Maloney, McGill University
Herman Verlinde, Princeton University (Organizer Monday Symposium)
The Monday symposium at Princeton will emphasize the cross-disciplinary links between quantum information science, quantum computing, and quantum aspects of spacetime. The symposium will take place in person and via Zoom.
The workshop at IAS will focus on quantum aspects of spacetime by applying ideas and concepts from quantum information theory. The workshop will take place in person and via Zoom.
Monday Symposium Live Stream Link: https://mediacentrallive.princeton.edu/
IAS Workshop Zoom Link: TBA
The symposium is sponsored by the Princeton Physics Department, the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science, and the Princeton Quantum Initiative.
The workshop is sponsored by the Simons Foundation It from Qubit collaboration and is followed by the collaboration Annual Meeting in New York City.
Registration for this workshop will be closed after Monday, Nov 21. Walk-in registrations will not be accepted. Please contact Janelle Jupiter if you would still like to register for the symposium.
Preliminary Schedule (Precise schedule to be determined, all talks in McDonell A02)
Monday, December 5, 2022
8:15 - 8:50 - Registration (Brush Gallery)
8:50 - 9:00 - Welcome Remarks
9.00 - 9.45 - Edward Witten (IAS, Princeton)
"An Observer in De Sitter Space"
9.45 - 10.30 - Ignacio Cirac (Max Plack, Munich)
"Quantum Computing and Simulation with Errors"
10.30 - 11:00 - Coffee Break
11.00 - 11.45 - Xiao Mi (Google Quantum AI)
"Exploring Many-Body Physics with Superconducting Quantum Processors"
11.45 - 12.30 - Daniel Jafferis (Harvard Univ.)
"Emergent gravitational dynamics in quantum experiments"
12:45 - 2.15 - Lunch
2.15 - 3:00 - Dmitry Abanin (Univ. of Geneva)
"Influence Functionals, Temporal Entanglement, and Quantum Many-Body Dynamics"
3:00 - 3.45 - Umesh Vazirani (UC Berkeley)
3:45 - 4:30 - Tea Time & Discussions
4.30 - 5.15 - Juan Maldacena (IAS, Princeton)
"Gravity and black holes from a quantum system"
5:30 - 6:00 - Informal Reception
6:00 - 8:00 - Dinner