|Title||[Workshop] Dissipative Quantum Chaos: from Semi-Groups to QED Experiments|
|Name||Department of Communications||Registration Date||2017-07-26||Hits||2010|
[Workshop] Dissipative Quantum Chaos: from Semi-Groups to QED Experiments
International Workshop: Dissipative Quantum Chaos: from Semi-Groups to QED Experiments
Coordinators: Sergey Denisov (University of Augsburg, Germany & N.I.Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
The footprints of the classical Hamiltonian chaos in the quantum domain are well explored (after more than thirty years of research), and the genetic links between its tokens - such as KAM-tori and Arnold diffusion and their quantum manifestations - are explored in great detail. The question we want to address is: Could something similar be done for the dissipative chaos?
The goal of the workshop is to bring together people from three areas, namely: experts on the classical dissipative chaos (with some knowledge of quantum physics), applied mathematicians working in the field of the dissipative quantum mechanics (Lindblad generators, semi-groups, quantum Monte-Carlo methods, etc.), and theoreticians / experimentalists dealing with QED and the solid-state quantum systems, where the dissipation and decoherence are parts of the lab reality.
Date: October 23 (Mon) - 27 (Fri), 2017
Venue: PCS IBS seminar room, Faculty Wing (4th floor), KAIST Munji Campus, Daejeon, South Korea
Contact: email@example.com (+82-42-878-8633)