This internship project could bring together two teams of CPT and LIS, to explore at the frontier between quantum information and theoretical physics, the basic mechanisms relating network complexity, quantum states and dynamics. We will investigate interacting many-body quantum walks and automata on dynamical graphs, and use their entanglement evolution and other information tools to link topological and information processing properties.
The Nature is always changed dynamically even in quantum mechanics. Quantum walks, which are quantum-mechanical analogues of random walks, are promising toy models to understand quantum dynamics. Surprisingly, these models can be experimentally demonstrated in some physical models. This workshop will be open for interdisciplinary researchers from the theoretical and experimental sides on the discrete-time and continuous-time quantum walks, for examples, mathematics, physics, quantum information, and statistical mechanics.
My group explanation is written in the following. The tentative website is http://qm.ims.ac.jp/
Honestly speaking, I am looking for the ultimate goal on my research career. The Nature knows many interesting problems but unfortunately we have not yet analyzed for any physical systems. Therefore, I have to make "new" and "interesting" problems inside the Nature. Now, I am continuing the following projects;