Over the past twenty years, experimental and technological progresses have motivated a renewed attention to the study of non-equilibrium isolated many-body systems, leading to a relatively well-established paradigm in the case of local Hamiltonians. In the present thesis, I have used quantum information theoretical tools to study out-of-equilibrium dynamics, with particular attention on long-range interacting many-body systems. I have explored the dynamics of bipartite and multipartite entanglement in connection to chaos and scrambling in various long-range (clean and disordered) models. The results contained in this thesis contribute to establishing semi-classical tools as powerful techniques for the description of the quantum information spreading in long-range systems. I have further considered a different, yet connected question, concerning the multipartite entanglement structure of chaotic eigenstates and its generic evolution.
Entanglement dynamics and chaos in long-range quantum systems / Pappalardi, Silvia. - (2020 Sep 29).
|Titolo:||Entanglement dynamics and chaos in long-range quantum systems|
|Data di pubblicazione:||29-set-2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||8.1 PhD thesis|