物理系学术报告       Physics Department Colloquium

 

1018周五16:00-17:0012-201

 

 

 

From Einstein-Bohr debate to the frontier of quantum information

 

段路明  教授

清华大学量子信息中心

密西根大学物理系

 Abstract:

In this talk, I will explain quantum entanglement, the key concept of quantum 
mechanics arising from the Einstein-Bohr debate, and its applications at the frontier 
of quantum information science. I will then focus on physical implementation of scalable 
quantum computation and review in particular the recent progress using the trapped ion 
system.

 

Prof. Luming Duan received both his bachelor (in 1994) and Ph.D degree (in 1998) in

physics from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). He joined

the faculty of physics department at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) in 2003,

tenured in 2007, promoted to full professor in 2010, and entitled with Enrico Fermi

Collegiate Professor in 2012. He also holds CC Yao honorary Professorship at Tsinghua

 University since 2011 and is the co-director of the Tsinghua-Michigan Joint Center

for Quantum Information. He has published 120 papers in prestigious physics journals,

including 40 in PRL, 6 in Nature, and  3 in Science, with a total SCI citation above

9000 times. He has received a number of recognitions, including the A. P. Sloan fellowship,

the outstanding young researcher award from the Oversea Chinese Physics Association,

and the Henry Russel Award from the University of Michigan. He was elected to fellow of the

American Physical Society in 2009.