Zhenghan Wang - Engineering New Physical Reality: Quantum Computing with Topological Materials

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March 12, 2021
3:30PM - 4:30PM
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https://osu.zoom.us/j/92671989711?pwd=djU4aHpXMUc1RkhndVljc1hJMlRhdz09

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Add to Calendar 2021-03-12 15:30:00 2021-03-12 16:30:00 Zhenghan Wang - Engineering New Physical Reality: Quantum Computing with Topological Materials Frontiers in Quantum Information Science and Engineering Webinar Series   Title: Engineering New Physical Reality:  Quantum Computing with Topological Materials    Zhenghan Wang, University of California Santa Barbara and Microsoft Station Q   Abstract:  One unique approach to quantum computing is topological quantum computing.  This topological platform requires new materials to be engineered for ideal model Hamiltonions spawned from the most abstract reach of mathematics.  I will introduce this approach to a general audience.   Zoom link for Webinar: https://osu.zoom.us/j/92671989711?pwd=djU4aHpXMUc1RkhndVljc1hJMlRhdz09 Webinar ID: 926 7198 9711        Passcode: 743595   More about Zhenghan Wang: Zhenghan Wang received his Ph.D in mathematics from UCSD in 1993 working with Fields Medalist Michael Freedman on low dimensional topology. He was then an assistant Professor of Mathematics at University of Michigan from 1993–1996 and Professor of Mathematics at Indiana University at Bloomington from 1996–2007 (1996–1997 on leave as an NSF postdoc at UCSD and 2005–2007 on leave at Microsoft). Currently, Zhenghan is a Professor of Mathematics at UCSB since 2012 (on indefinite leave) and a Distinguished Visiting Research Chair at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics since 2013.  He has been a researcher at Station Q since 2005.  His main research interests are quantum mathematics, theoretical models of topological phases of matter, and their application to quantum physics and quantum computing.   Watch the recorded webinar here.   SUBSCRIBE to our email list here.   If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation to participate in this event, please contact Jessi Middleton at middleton.85@osu.edu. Requests made five business day prior to the event will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date. https://osu.zoom.us/j/92671989711?pwd=djU4aHpXMUc1RkhndVljc1hJMlRhdz09 Institute for Optical Science spectroscopy@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Frontiers in Quantum Information Science and Engineering Webinar Series

 

Title: Engineering New Physical Reality:  Quantum Computing with Topological Materials 

 

Zhenghan Wang, University of California Santa Barbara and Microsoft Station Q

 

Zhenghan Wang

Abstract:  One unique approach to quantum computing is topological quantum computing.  This topological platform requires new materials to be engineered for ideal model Hamiltonions spawned from the most abstract reach of mathematics.  I will introduce this approach to a general audience.

 

Zoom link for Webinar:

https://osu.zoom.us/j/92671989711?pwd=djU4aHpXMUc1RkhndVljc1hJMlRhdz09

Webinar ID: 926 7198 9711        Passcode: 743595

 

More about Zhenghan Wang:

Zhenghan Wang received his Ph.D in mathematics from UCSD in 1993 working with Fields Medalist Michael Freedman on low dimensional topology. He was then an assistant Professor of Mathematics at University of Michigan from 1993–1996 and Professor of Mathematics at Indiana University at Bloomington from 1996–2007 (1996–1997 on leave as an NSF postdoc at UCSD and 2005–2007 on leave at Microsoft).
Currently, Zhenghan is a Professor of Mathematics at UCSB since 2012 (on indefinite leave) and a Distinguished Visiting Research Chair at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics since 2013.  He has been a researcher at Station Q since 2005.  His main research interests are quantum mathematics, theoretical models of topological phases of matter, and their application to quantum physics and quantum computing.

 

Watch the recorded webinar here.

 

SUBSCRIBE to our email list here.

 

If you require an accommodation such as live captioning or interpretation to participate in this event, please contact Jessi Middleton at middleton.85@osu.edu. Requests made five business day prior to the event will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date.