|Friday 23 February 2024
|Events for day: Saturday 17 February 2024
| 14:00 - 15:00 Biweekly Seminars
How fast can a quantum system evolve?
Quantum mechanics imposes many limitations, the most famous one is the Heisenberg uncertainty relation, i.e. the limitation on the precision with which certain pairs of physical properties such as position and momentum can be simultaneously known. Other fundamental limitation is the quantum speed limit which imposes a fundamental bound on how fast can a quantum state change with time. In this talk, I will address this question and present a framework to obtain the optimal speed of a d-dimensional system evolved unitarily under a time-independent Hamiltonian. As the quantum resources could cause speed up quantum evolut ...