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Negative quasiprobabilities enhance phase estimation in quantum-optics experiment

March 1, 2022
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Noah Lupu-Gladstein, Y. Batuhan Yilmaz, David Arvidsson-Shukur, Aharon Brodutch, Arthur Pang, Aephraim Steinberg, Nicole Halpern
Operator noncommutation, a hallmark of quantum theory, limits measurement precision, according to uncertainty principles. Wielded correctly, though, noncommutation can boost precision. A recent foundational result relates a metrological advantage with

Experimental observation of thermalisation with noncommuting charges

February 9, 2022
Author(s)
Florian Kranzl, Aleksander Lasek, Manoj Joshi, Amir Kalev, Rainer Blatt, Christian Roos, Nicole Halpern
Quantum simulators have recently enabled experimental observations of quantum many-body systems' internal thermalisation. Often, the global energy and particle number are conserved, and the system is prepared with a well-defined particle number—in a

Resource theory of quantum uncomplexity

October 21, 2021
Author(s)
Nicole Halpern, Naga Kothakonda, Jonas Haferkamp, Anthony Munson, Jens Eisert, Philippe Faist
Quantum complexity is emerging as a key property of many-body systems, including black holes, topological materials, and early quantum computers. A state's complexity quantifies the number of computational gates required to prepare the state from a simple