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4700 Chesterfield, 701 W Main Street

Quantum field theories (QFTs) are at the core of the modern descriptions of physical phenomena. Gauge field theories, for example, are the cornerstones of the Standard Model of particle physics… read more about Simulations of gauge field theories with quantum tools »

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4700 Chesterfield, 701 W Main Street

Quantum computers promise to solve certain problems that are intractable on any current or future classical computer. Recently, small-scale noisy quantum computing prototypes have been constructed,… read more about Outlook for Quantum Computing with Superconducting Qubits »

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Physics 298

Srimoyee Sen (Iowa State) read more about TBA »

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Co-hosted with IBM Quantum Hub at NC State University and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. read more about Triangle Quantum Computing Seminar Series »

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Physics 298

Di-Lun Yang (Academica Sinica) read more about TBA »

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Co-hosted with IBM Quantum Hub at NC State University and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. read more about Triangle Quantum Computing Seminar Series »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Physics 298

Raju Venugopalan (BNL) We argue that the physics underlying topological mass generation in QCD (the UA(1) problem) is also the physics that explains the helicity of the proton. We suggest that… read more about The Chiral Anomaly, Chiral Symmetry breaking and the role of Sphalerons in polarized deeply inelastic scattering »

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Co-hosted with IBM Quantum Hub at NC State University and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. read more about Triangle Quantum Computing Seminar Series »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Co-hosted with IBM Quantum Hub at NC State University and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. read more about Triangle Quantum Computing Seminar Series »

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Co-hosted with IBM Quantum Hub at NC State University and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. read more about Triangle Quantum Computing Seminar Series »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Physics 298

Ira Rothstein (Carnegie Mellon U.) read more about TBA »

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Co-hosted with IBM Quantum Hub at NC State University and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. read more about Triangle Quantum Computing Seminar Series »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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UNC Phillips Room 275

Sergey Syritsyn (Stony Brook) read more about TBA »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Physics 298

Ian Low ((Northwestern and ANL) read more about TBA »