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DESCRIPTION:The development of numerical analysis techniques for electromag
netics and quantum mechanics problems has dramatically increased the rate o
f new discoveries. Propelled by the exponential growth of computers over t
he past decades\, numerical software has brought the ability to reliably ex
periment with new ideas and predict new phenomena\, even before the physica
l realizations of these ideas in the labs. This presentation will demonstr
ate the application of this capability by applying numerical analysis techn
iques to design and analyze new devices. First\, a system of optical logic
gates using a nonlinear metallodielectric grating is completely designed a
nd simulated using numerical analysis. Second\, the SchrÃ¶dinger equation i
s numerically solved to calculate the tunneling current for a floating-gate
transistor. Third\, numerical techniques are applied to the SchrÃ¶dinger e
quation to model quantum gates. This modeling is validated by comparing si
mulation results against experimental data that measured transit times for
an atom through a potential barrier. Finally\, I will show how to investig
ate hyperfine and Zeeman interactions as applicable to quantum information
processing.
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SUMMARY:ESE Seminar: Dissertation Defense Anthony Corbin
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URL:https://happenings.wustl.edu/event/ese_seminar_dissertation_defense_ant
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