Scientists Meet Scientists – Wednesday Coffee Talk by Prof. Steffen Glaser (Organic Chemistry) and Prof. Dominique Sugny (University of Burgundy) on how classical mechanics helps control quantum computers
Prof. Ernst Rank and the TUM-IAS team invite the scientists of TUM and their guests for coffee each Wednesday! Just come over to the TUM-IAS after lunch between 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. and have a coffee with us, meet other scientists and listen from time to time to a short talk (10-15 mins) on a recent major TUM publication or issue – aimed specifically at a non-expert audience.
On December 13, 2017, Prof. Steffen Glaser (Organic Chemistry) and Prof. Dominique Sugny (University of Burgundy) will talk about a newly discovered approach: Using the tennis racket effect, a well-known phenomenon in classical mechanics, the consistent alteration in the spin of quanta via electromagnetic control commands can be visualized.
L. Van Damme, D. Leiner, P. Mardešić, S. J. Glaser, and D. Sugny, “Linking the rotation of a rigid body to the Schrödinger equation: The quantum tennis racket effect and beyond”, Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 3998 (2017) – doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-04174-x
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