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A discussion of \"On the magnitude of dissipation of in open quantum systems\" | Aditya Jain| April 18

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Abstract: A brief review of closed and open quantum systems is discussed, followed by a description of the issue of non-uniqueness in Markovian open quantum system dynamics. The ideas and results of the aforementioned paper (arXiv: 2108.08316) are elucidated. These include defining a norm on the space of quantum master equations, and constructing the unique canonical decomposition of the open quantum system dynamics. Furthermore, a recipe for perturbatively evaluating the canonical Hamiltonian for a system weakly coupled to its environment, is given. 

Bio: Aditya obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Physics from the University of Delhi, with a specialization in the latter in high energy physics. Presently, he is working with Dr. Amin Nizami on correlation functions in a 3D $N=2$ superconformal field theory. His research interests include conformal field theory, superconformal field theory, supersymmetry, and the structure of general quantum field theories. He also aspires to study aspects of quantum gravity. Aditya was awarded the INSPIRE Scholarship, and currently he's a recipient of CSIR's Junior Research Fellowship.

 


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