Event date:
Jun 18 2021 11:30 am

Trapped-Ion Systems for Experimental Quantum Physics

Dr. Kamran Rehan
In this lecture, the speaker talks about the charged-particle traps focusing on the linear Paul trap. Specifically, he explains it’s working principle, infrastructure and manipulation of quantum bit(s) and quantum control system. Later on, he will report two of recent works on fundamental quantum physics. The first work refers to the irreversible logic operations and particularly deletion of quantum information. The second work discusses the precision measurement and specify the joint measurement of three incompatible observables and Heisenberg uncertainty relation for three observables.

SBASSE Department of Physics is hosting an online session with Dr. Kamran Rehan from the University of Science and Technology of China on Friday. He will be talking about "Trapped-Ion Systems for Experimental Quantum Physics"  on the 18th June 2021 from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.



Dr. Kamran Rehan is the USTC & CAS-PIFI Joint Postdoctoral Fellow, working at the University of Science and Technology of China. He obtained his PhD in Atomic and Molecular Physics from the Innovation Academy for Precision Measurement Science and Technology (APM), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2020. During his educational career, he won the CAS-TWAS fellowship, and has received many other national and international awards.


Please tune in to the session via this Zoom Link: https://lums-edu-pk.zoom.us/j/91952238009?pwd=U2g4MGJ6V3J1YktqL3lwN1hjRlovUT09