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关于11月4日(周五)张为民学术报告的通知(Seminar)

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题目:QUANTUM, INFORMATION AND LIFE: Where Will Physics Go?

报告人:张为民

  点:紫金港西区海纳苑8-319

  间: 114日,周五,16:30-17:30

 

摘要

In this talk, based on my research experiences on various kind of research fields, including quantum information and quantum computation, open quantum systems and quantum decoherence, quantum transport and nonequilibrium physics, quantum optics and nanophotonics, topological matter and topological quantum computing, quantum field theory and particle physics, I would like to talk about the possible future of the physics on the living objects, in particular, I will talk about nonequilibrium statistical physics and quantum thermodynamics and their potential application to neuroscience and biophysics, in the view of open quantum system dynamics.

 

个人简介

 

Wei-Min Zhang is a Distinguished Professor of the Physics Department at Taiwan Cheng Kung University (NCKU). He received his PhD in theoretical physics from Drexel University, USA, in 1989. He was Post-Doctoral Research Fellows at the University of Washington in Seattle (1990-1991), and at the Ohio-State University (1992-1993). From 1994 to 1998, he was a Visiting Associate Professor at the Institute of Physics of Academic Sinica at Taipei and became a Full Professor in 1999 and then, a Distinguished Professor in 2004 at NCKU. He served as the Director of the Center for Quantum Information Science from 2004 to 2018 and Vice Dean of the college of Sciences from 2019 to 2022. His research interests cover many different fields in theoretical physics, including quantum information and quantum computing, mesoscopic physics, quantum optics, open quantum systems and quantum decoherence, quantum transport, strongly correlated many-body physics, quantum chromodynamics (QCD), quantum field theory, quantum chaos, nuclear physics, quantum phase transitions, and quantum thermodynamics. He developed several theories in various research fields, including a quantum transport field theory for heavy-ion collisions, a two component field theory of light-front QCD, the fermionic exact master equation of nanoelectronics, the bosonic transport theory of nanophotonics, the general non-Markovian theory for open quantum systems, the quantum dissipative theory of topological states, and nonequilibrium theory for strong-coupling quantum thermodynamics.  (http://ww2.phys.ncku.edu.tw/~wzhang/)

 

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