T-2, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology

Neutrino Scattering with Quantum Computers

Alessandro Roggero

The dynamic linear response of a quantum system is critical for understanding both the structure and dynamics of strongly-interacting quantum systems, including neutron scattering from materials, photon and electron scattering from atomic systems, and electron and neutrino scattering by nuclei. I will present a general algorithm for quantum computers to calculate the dynamic linear response function with controlled errors and to obtain information about specific final states that can be directly compared to experimental observations. In particular I will focus the discussion on the calculation of neutrino-nucleus scattering processes relevant for the DUNE experiment.


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