July 18 (Thu) at 10:00 - 11:30, 2024 (JST)
  • Xingyu Guo (Lecturer, Institute of Quantum Matter, South China Normal University, China)
Lingxiao Wang

Quantum simulation is a novel method of simulation physical systems with quantum computers. Compared to conventional methods, quantum algorithms have various advantages in doing non-perturvative calculations and real-time evolutions, which makes it very promising to apply them in high energy nuclear physics. We propose a systematic quantum algorithm, which integrates both the hadronic state preparation and the evaluation of real-time light-front correlators. This algorithm can be applied to the calculation of a wide range of quantities in high energy nuclear physics. As a demonstration, we calculate the parton distribution functions, the light-cone distribution amplitudes and scattering amplitudes in the 1+1 dimensional NJL model. The results are qualitatively consistent with QCD calculations.

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