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New Approach for Ultracold Fermion Quantum Simulation of U(1) Lattice Gauge Theories.

Quantum simulators provide unique opportunities for controlled studies of quantum many-body systems. One of the most appealing settings where these techniques may have a profound impact in the future is particle physics. In that context, the primary target are gauge theories – theories that made up the standard model of particle physics, that encompasses our understanding of both nuclear and electromagnetic forces. Finding specific realizations of such gauge theories in quantum computers and simulators has the potential to shed light on some of the most profound aspects of basic physical phenomena, in particular, for those that are not accessible by standard computational techniques

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Dynamite partners analyze the present and future of quantum simulators in the QUANTUMatter 2023 Conference

The third edition of the Quantum Matter International Conference – QUANTUMatter 2023 took place on 23-25 May 2023 in Madrid. The conference aims to bring together the members of the different communities involved in science and technologies of quantum information and quantum matter in order to promote the generation of new, cutting edge ideas and partnerships in quantum technologies, emerging quantum materials, new generation protocols in quantum communication, quantum sensing, and quantum simulation.

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Dynamite Project Kick-Off Meeting

On December the 1st, the kick-off Meeting of the Dynamite project took place at ICFO facilities in Castelldefels, Barcelona. The project is aimed at developing a new family of simulators based on cold atoms focused on gauge theories. The project consortium is composed of six partners and is led by ICFO.

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