Quantum Information in Quantum Gravity Group

Our main goal is to explore quantum gravity using quantum information.

Our current focus is on developing quantum information tools such as measures of entanglement or complexity in quantum field theories. We then use them to understand the relation between gravity geometry and quantum entanglement.

News

  1. 04.03.2022

    New result: BPS and near-BPS black holes in AdS5 and their spectrum in N=4 SYM.” by Jan Boruch (UW), Matthew T. Heydeman (Princeton U.), Luca V. Iliesiu (Stanford U.) and Gustavo J. Turiaci (Princeton U.)

  2. 20.02.2022

    We are happy to announce that our group is now a part of the newly created Chair of Quantum Mathematical Physics at the IFT!

  3. 16.02.2022

    New result: „A new measure of quantum state complexity.” by Vijay Balasubramanian (U. Penn), Pawel Caputa (UW), Javier Magan (U. Penn), Qingyue Wu (U. Penn).

  4. 21.01.2022

    New result: Entanglement Entropy and Phase Space Density: Lowest Landau Levels and 1/2 BPS states. by Sumit. R. Das (U. Kentucky), Shaun Hampton (Saclay) and Sinong Liu (UW).

  5. 04.01.2022

    New result: „Q-curvature and Path Integral Complexity” by Hugo A. Camargo (AEI, Potsdam), Paweł Caputa (UW) and Pratik Nandy (IISC, Bangalore)

  6. 11.11.2021

    New result: „Virasoro Entanglement Berry Phases.” by Jan de Boer (UvA), Ricardo Espíndola (UvA), Bahman Najian (UvA), Dimitrios Patramanis (UW), Jeremy van der Heijden (UvA), Claire Zukowski (UvA).

  7. 09.11.2021

    New result: „Path Integral Complexity and Kasner singularities.” by Paweł Caputa (UW), Diptarka Das (IIT Kanpur) and Sumit R. Das (U. of Kentucky).

  8. 10.09.2021

    New result: „Operator growth in 2d CFT.” by Paweł Caputa (UW) and Shouvik Datta (CERN).

  9. 10.09.2021

    New result: „Geometry of Krylov Complexity.” by Paweł Caputa (UW), Javier M. Magan (University of Pennsylvania) and Dimitrios Patramanis (UW).

  10. 01.05.2021

    Conference STRING MATH 2022 will take place at FUW.

  11. 02.04.2021

    New result: „Holographic Path-Integral Optimization.” by Jan Boruch (UW), Paweł Caputa (UW), Dongsheng Ge (UW) and Tadashi Takayanagi (YITP, Kyoto).

About Our Group

Our group is a part of the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chair of Quantum Mathematical Physics, Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw, Poland. It currently contains six members (meet our team).

Our research lies at the intersection of quantum information, quantum field theory, holography and quantum gravity. At the moment we carry out two projects: NAWA Polish Returns 2019 Holographic Geometry and Quantum Information and NCN Sonata Bis 9 Quantum Information in Quantum Field Theories and Holography: Dynamics and Complexity.

Funding