Subject: Subject Sylbus: Introduction to Molecular Quantum Tech - 127446

Introduction to Molecular Quantum Tech - 127446
Credit
Points
3.5
 
Given In
Semester
a
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
3 1      

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.


Prerequisites: Quantum Chemistry 1 124400
 
Overlapping Courses: Quantum Information Theory 116031
Introduction to Quantum Information Processing 236990
 
Incorporated Courses: Quantum Computing#Theory and Practice 324272


Superposition Principle and Wave Functions, Density Matrix, Quantum Interference and Duality Principle, Entanglement and Non-Locality Including Bell States, the Classic-Quantum Boundary, Principles of Quantum Communication and Quantum Teleportation, Quantum Computing (Basic Level) and Quantum Sensing, Limited Aspects of Magnetic Resonance Mainly Related to Two Level System and Bloch Sphere, Quantum Optics and Jaynes Cummings Equations, Lindblad Master Equation, Collective Excitations of Spins in Resonator, Principles and Approaches to Quantum Materials and Molecules to Be Used in Quantum Devices Maintaining Long Coherence Times, Minimization of Photon/Phonon Noise.and Approaches to Quantum Materials and Molecules to Be Used in Quantum Devices Maintaining Long Coherence Times, Minimization of Photon/Phonon Noise.

Learning Outcomes
At the End of the Course, the Student Will Be Able to:
1 .Realize How Quantum Phenomena Can Be Revealed in Daily Life and in Modern Experiments, Including Some Existing and Future Applications of Quantum Effects.
2. Understand and Describe the Measurement Process and Its Effects on the Measured Object.
3. Understand and Describe in Mathematical Terms Coherent Processes and Loss of Coherence.
4. Describe Mathematically and in Quantum Terms Several Central Experiments, Such as Bell S and Experiments with Two Levels Systems with and Without Resonator.
5. Understand the Challenges Facing the Design of Molecules and Materials for Quantum Technology Devices and the Various Approaches in the Field.




System of hours to the semesters
Semester Previous Semester information 01/2020 2020/2021 Winter Semester


Textbooks
PublishedPublisherAuthorsBook
2006oxfordserge haroche, jean-michel raimondexploring the quantum: atoms, cavities, and photons, chapters 4-1
2000cambridgem.a nielsen and i.l chuangquantum computation and quantume information, chapters 4-1
2016us department of energyus department of energyquantum materials for energy relevant technology

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