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My name is Marco Cerezo, I have a degree in physics from the Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP) in Buenos Aires Argentina, and I'm a Ph.D student.
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 Our latest paper: “Factorization and criticality in finite interacting spin systems under a nonuniform magnetic field” 1 December, 2017
 I think it’s time we have “The Talk” 4 June, 2017
 Why we should be talking about the ethics of quantum computation 20 May, 2017
 Steven Weinberg on density matrix formalism 13 August, 2016
 The More You Know: Quantum Simulator 1 April, 2016
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Our latest paper: “Factorization and criticality in finite interacting spin systems under a nonuniform magnetic field”
Our latest paper just got published by Physical Review Letter! Let me briefly explain what our manuscript is about: Factorization and criticality in finite interacting spin systems under a nonuniform magnetic field Exact ground states of strongly interacting spin … Continue reading
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The More You Know: Quantum Simulator
A Quantum Simulator is a controllable quantum mechanical system than can be used to study more complex quantum system that cannot be directly studied nor simulated by any classical computer. One of the most important consequences of the existence of … Continue reading
The More You Know: Bell States/EPR Pairs
Bell States (named after John S. Bell) or EPR pairs (after Einsetin, Podolski and Rosen Paradox) are the maximally entangled quantum states of a two qubit system (i.e. a quantum mechanical system composed of two interacting twolevel subsystems). In the computational basis the four … Continue reading
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The More You Know: EPR Paradox
The EPR Paradox is a thought experiment published in a paper in May 1935 by Albert Einstein and two of his postdoctoral research associates Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen that was meant to prove that Quantum Mechanics showed internal contradictions in it’s … Continue reading
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Luis Masperi’s Price Special Mention
Every year during the annual Argentinean Physicists Meeting (Reunión anual de la AFA), all students that got their physics degree can participate in the Luis Masperi Price by presenting the work they did for their thesis. The presentations are graded … Continue reading
My latest paper: Nontransverse factorizing fields and entanglement in finite spin systems
A couple of weeks ago we uploaded to the arXive our latest paper: Nontransverse factorizing fields and entanglement in finite spin systems. Let me explain what this paper is about.
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Entanglement (II): Nonlocality, Hidden Variables and Bell’s Inequalities.
In the first article of this series, we studied Einstein, Podolski and Rosen’s paper, where we encountered for the first time the concept of quantum entangled stated and their “spooky action at a distance”. As EPR realized, when particles interact (under certain … Continue reading
EPR’s Paradox Exemplified: Bohm’s Spin Experiment
After my post on Einstein, Podolski and Rosen’s paradox, a few of you guys asked me about how is it possible for both the position and momentum of a particle to be elements of reality at the same time. In particular, … Continue reading
Today’s Quote: How the term “Entanglement” came to be.
“When two systems, of which we know the states by their respective representatives, enter into temporary physical interaction due to known forces between them, and when after a time of mutual influence the systems separate again, then they can no longer be described … Continue reading
This Blog’s Motivation: A Brief Introduction to Quantum Information and Quantum Computation
To me quantum computation is a new and deeper and better way to understand the laws of physics, and hence understanding physical reality as a whole. We are really only scratching the surface of what it is telling us about … Continue reading