Quantum Computing Cosmology. Computing the Universe

DIPC Seminars

George F. Smoot
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Donostia International Physics Center
Donostia International Physics Center (Hybrid Seminar)
Ricardo Diez Muino
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Quantum Computing Cosmology. Computing the Universe

Cosmological studies have been a driver in high-performance computing for a couple of decades. (Now Large Language AI models drive some major computing efforts.)
This includes very large-scale data processing and analysis from massive data sets, incredibly large simulations, and the complex task of comparing observations with simulations to determine the small number of parameters that describe the Universe very well. New data currently released show the power law increasing computational effort needed to continue the rapid research progress.
That effort and other research in fundamental physics and computing have reached into quantum computing questions and the holographic principle that quantum entanglement plays a key role in the formation and development of the Universe. The speaker shows a view of the Universe as a whole as a giant quantum computer operating at incredibly fast clock times.

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