The video of my 13th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 13 I complete the derivation of Lindblad form for completely positive semigroups and discuss quantum jumps:

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The video of my 13th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 13 I complete the derivation of Lindblad form for completely positive semigroups and discuss quantum jumps:

The video of my 12th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 12 I begin the derivation of Lindblad form for completely positive semigroups:

The video of my 11th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 11 I continue the discussion of a model for the continuous measurement of position:

The video of my 10th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 10 I continue the discussion of master equations for quantum dots and introduce a model for the continuous measurement of position:

The video of my 9th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 9 I discuss quasi-free fermion systems and begin the discussion of master equations for quantum dots:

The video of my 8th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 8 I derive and solve the master equation for radiative damping and cavity decay:

The video of my 7th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available.

Here in lecture 7 I show how to derive the master equation for open quantum systems:

The video of my 6th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence is now available. Here I describe how one can solve a general class of quadratic models:

I’d like to highlght a video we’ve recently uploaded of a recent talk by Kais Abdelhkalek who presented a review and overview of the recent paper: “Entropic uncertainty and measurement reversibility” by Mario Berta, Stephanie Wehner, Mark M. Wilde, arXiv:1511.00267

I’d like to advertise the video of my 5th lecture on the theory of quantum noise and decoherence, which is now available. Here I introduce coherent states and displacement/Weyl operators: