Date : February 9, 2021, 16:00 CET
Brian Swingle (U. Maryland)
Title: Quantum Gravity in the Lab
Abstract: I will describe the quantum gravity in the lab program and argue that it offers the possibility of using quantum simulators and quantum computers to study the non-perturbative dynamics of quantum gravity in so far inaccessible regimes. Moreover, even if such simulations are still many years away, I will argue that there are valuable lessons to be learned from asking if and how such simulations can be carried out in principle. As concrete examples, I will discuss the notion of teleportation by size, efficient circuits to simulate JT gravity via sparse SYK, and the possibility of quantum simulations of braneworld cosmology.