Seminar: Quantum Nonlocal Correlation in High Energy Physics
Speaker: QIAN Chen (University of Science and Technology of China)
Time: 16:30pm, June. 10 (Thurday), 2021
Place: Room 911, Building 5
As quantum information science develops, problems in fundamental physics including high energy physics and cosmology have been re-investigated in the scenario of quantum information. In this perspective, the quantum nonlocality, which is an important property of quantum information and plays critical roles in the decay processes of particles and the accelerations of microscopic systems, deserves a detailed study. In my presentation, I will first review the concepts of the EPR Paradox and the entanglement at sub-nucleonic scale. Then, I will introduce my study of the quantum correlation in 1) the final states of particle decay processes; and 2) the systems that accelerate in spacetime.