Group:Quantum Information Group
Title:Quantum-state-diffusion equation: �Stochastic Approach in Quantum Information
Speaker: Jun Jing Shanghai University
Time: 2012-12-21 10:00-2012-12-21 11:00


Quantum-state-diffusion equation provides a generic stochastic approach to quantum open system free and control dynamics that has been widely discussed in research fields ranging from atomic and optical physics to condensed matter physics and to quantum information science. It becomes clear that a deep understanding of the effects of environments on a quantum system such as the mechanisms of decoherence and the dynamics of entanglement in the framework of quantum open systems is both of fundamental interest in quantum foundation issues
and of practical importance in quantum information sciences. The mastery of quantum coherence and entanglement control is the key to the success of quantum design and engineering.

In this talk I will present highlights of our recent work on several key issues in stochastic dynamics of non-Markovian quantum systems including many-body atomic dynamics and quantum control.

Short Bio:

Dr. Jun Jing
Associate Professor, Physics Department, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China & Research Associate, Physics Department, Stevens  institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA

In 2007, I got my PhD degree in Theoretical Physics from Shanghai Jiaotong University (Supervisor: Prof. Hongru Ma). From 2010 to 2012, I was working as a postdoctoral researcher at
Stevens Institute of Technology, N.J., USA (Supervisor: Prof. Ting Yu).

My previous research works involve with Non-Markovian quantum open systems and quantum trajectory, Quantum entanglement and coherence dynamics of AMO systems, Quantum control and quantum state transfer Monte-Carlo simulations in condensed matter physics and statistical physics.