Nobel Prize Winner Described the New World of Quantum Fluids

2017-07-04 Vistors:935


On June 29th, 2017, Anthony Leggett, professor of physics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Nobel Prize winner in physics, give an academic lecture entitled "What can we do with a quantum liquid" at Yuquan Campus of Zhejiang University.Professors and students from various disciplines, such as control science and engineering, optical science and engineering, information science and electronic engineering, computer science and technology, physics, energy, etc., listened to reports.It is his research on superfluid that won the 2003 Nobel Prize for Leggett. Compared with superconductivity theory, which has been widely used in many fields of real life, the application transformation of superfluid theory is still in its infancy.Leggett believes that there are great potentials for quantum physics based on superconducting quantum devices, and that quantum theory can be applied at the macroscopic scale. “Quantum computers represent the extraordinary ideas of quantum mechanics in the macroscopic world”, he said.


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