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Steven R. White - Just Enough Entanglement: Simulating Quantum Systems without a Quantum Computer

The general solution of many-particle quantum systems is exponentially complex, requiring a quantum computer to solve. But for many of the most important properties of realistic experimental systems,…

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From Microstructure to Morphology: Topological Defects and Shape Evolution in Soft Matter - Robin Selinger

Soft materials with orientational order can undergo dramatic shape transformations driven by change of temperature or other stimuli. Nematic elastomers, a form of liquid crystal polymer, have been…

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Neutrons as a unique tool for research - Alan Tennant

Neutrons provide an essential and complementary probe of matter with unique sensitivity to light atoms and magnetic phenomena. As part of a Department of Energy initiative to define the future needs…

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