2019 Fall Graduate Colloquium Series: Cooper Watson/Sudip Shiwakoti

DateSeptember 13, 2019
Time3:35 - 5:00 pm
LocationBaylor Sciences Building, Room E.125
2019 Fall Graduate Colloquium Series

Cooper Watson

Teleportation through the Wormhole

ER=EPR allows us to think of quantum teleportation as communication of quantum information through spacetime wormholes connecting entangled systems. The conditions for teleportation render the wormhole traversable so that a quantum system entering one end of the ERB will, after a suitable time, appear at the other end. Teleportation requires the transfer of classical information outside the horizon, but the classical bit-string carries no information about the teleported system; the teleported system passes through the ERB leaving no trace outside the horizon. In general the teleported system will retain a memory of what it encountered in the wormhole. This phenomenon could be observable in a laboratory equipped with quantum computers.

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.98.046016; Leonard Susskind and Ying Zhao, Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics and Department of Physics, Stanford University

Sudip Shiwakoti

Study of Multi Quark-Pair Mesons Using Thomas-Fermi Quark Model

Thomas Fermi model has explained atomic spectra, structure, as well as nuclear applications. Dr. Wilcox et al., adopted this model and applied it to collections of many quarks to explore multi-quark states of baryons and mesons. In the paper, the author extended the Thomas Fermi quark model to mesonic states in order to investigate the stability of families built from some existing mesons. They have found the indication of existence of stable octaquark and hexadecaquark versions of the charmed and bottom Z-meson from energy plots. In this presentation, I will explain briefly on it.

For more information contact: Dr. Kenneth T. Park (254) 710-2282
PublisherDepartment of Physics
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