Quantum Information, Dynamics and Ergodicity: From Many-Body Systems to Gravity

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Feb 27, 2023Mar 2, 2023
PCTS, Jadwin Hall, Room 407
  • PCTS
  • William Kuncik’75-Cheryl LaFleur’75 Endowment
Event Description

Please Note: This workshop is not open to the general public, but only to active researchers.

Organizers: Vir B. Bulchandani, Amos Chan, Biao Lian, Jonah Kudler-Flam, Vladimir Narovlansky, Shinsei Ryu, and Gautam Satishchandran

Ideas from quantum information theory, quantum chaos and random matrix theory increasingly form a common language across theoretical physics. They have proved crucial to understanding both the mechanisms of thermalization in closed many-body quantum systems and the emergence of spacetime in quantum gravity. This workshop aims to foster new connections between the communities working on such topics, specifically researchers working on dynamics, ergodicity, and measurements in many-body quantum systems, quantum field theory, and gravity.