QM Talks@CBPF: Slides online!

Howdy,

the last two talks at our QM Talks@CBPF were just great!

Process of parameter estimation

Bruno showed us how to obtain the minimum error in the estimation of a parameter when the dynamical process that the probe undergoes, which depends on the parameter we want to estimate, is a noisy quantum one. This was an open question for almost 30 years! Congratulations to Bruno, Ruynet, and Luiz for a great series of works in quantum metrology!
Here are the slides for Bruno’s talk: Bruno’s slides

Pablo’s talk concerned the theoretical description of the beautiful cQED experiments carried out in the group of Luis Orozco (Maryland).

Experimental setup - cQED group@Maryland

In his very didactic talk, Pablo showed us how to theoretically describe the quantum beats that were measured by Orozco’s team via the two-point correlation function. More than that, he also showed us that by post-selecting some states that leak out the cavity they can suppress the decoherence in the quantum beats. And this is not only a proposal, they measured it!
The slides for Pablo’s talk are here: Pablo’s slides

Thanks again for Bruno and Pablo for the great talks!

…And stay tuned for the next QM Talks@CBPF!

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