28 July 2020 to 6 August 2020
virtual conference
Europe/Prague timezone

Quantum tomography for Collider Physics

29 Jul 2020, 18:06
virtual conference

virtual conference

Talk 07. Heavy Ions Heavy Ions


Prof. Daniel Tapia Takaki (University of Kansas)


Quantum tomography reconstructs higher dimensional features of quantum mechanical
systems from lower dimensional experimental information. The method is practical and directly processes experimental data while bypassing field-theoretic formalism. Quantum tomography can probe entanglement while avoiding model assumptions such as factorization. We review recent work applying quantum tomography to systematic analysis of collider reactions, including the inclusive production of dijets, and in ultra-peripheral heavy-ion collisions.

Primary authors

Prof. Daniel Tapia Takaki (University of Kansas) Prof. John P. Ralston (University of Kansas) John C. Martens (University of Kansas)

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