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The list of international projects SAS

Institute of Physics
Research on Relativistic Heavy and Light Ion Physics
Cieľový projekt — Research on Relativistic Heavy and Light Ion Physics
Program: Inter-governmental agreement
Project leader: Ing. Kliman Ján DrSc.
Duration: 1.1.2009 - 31.12.2021
Theoretical study of heavy and exotic hadrons properties in the framework of a relativistic quark model
Cieľový projekt — Theoretical study of heavy and exotic hadrons properties in the framework of a relativistic quark model
Program: Inter-governmental agreement
Project leader: RNDr. Dubnička Stanislav DrSc.
Duration: 1.7.2017 - 31.12.2023
JINR
Grant vládneho splnomocnenca — SÚJV
Program: Inter-governmental agreement
Project leader: Doc. RNDr. Běták Emil DrSc.
Duration: 1.1.2019 - 31.12.2023
Synthesis and Properties of Superheavy Elements, Structure of Nuclei and Limits of Nuclear Stability
Grant vládneho splnomocnenca — Synthesis and Properties of Superheavy Elements, Structure of Nuclei and Limits of Nuclear Stability
Program: Inter-governmental agreement
Project leader: Ing. Kliman Ján DrSc.
Duration: 1.1.2017 - 31.12.2021
Trapped ions: Progress in classical and quantum applications
Lapené ióny: Rozvoj klasických a kvantových aplikácií
Program: COST
Project leader: Prof. RNDr. Bužek Vladimír DrSc.
Annotation:Trapped ions are currently the most promising implementation of a quantum computer, where many essential building blocks have been developed in recent years. Moreover, magnetic field sensing with high sensitivity has been demonstrated and some of today’s best atomic clocks are based on atomic ions. These applications have the potential to revolutionise many aspects of our daily life. The aim of this COST Action “Trapped Ions: Progress in classical and quantum applications” (CA17113) is to enhance the current classical and quantum applications of trapped ions by supporting Europe-wide collaborations and knowledge exchange, and to allow these technologies to be taken a step further towards their commercialisation.
Duration: 19.12.2019 - 17.9.2022
Novel soft magnetic cores tailored for use in space qualified magnetometers and satellite devices
Nové magneticky mäkké jadrá pre satelitné zariadenia a magnetometre pracujúce v kozmických podmienkach
Program: JRP
Project leader: Ing. Švec Peter DrSc.
Duration: 1.9.2018 - 31.8.2021
Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime
Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime
Program: Multilateral - other
Project leader: Doc. Mgr. Ziman Mário PhD.
Annotation:Recent advances in Quantum Gravity -the effort to understand the quantum properties of space and time- point to a central role played by the notion of Information: quantum theory gives the observer a role, replacing the objective spacetime substratum with an observer–dependent informational structure. Recent advances in Quantum Information have shown that information theoretical tools naturally describe evolution of quantum geometry, have explored non-trivial causal structures, and the role these can play in Quantum Computing. The convergence between these two vibrant research domains raises foundational issues that question the hearth of our understanding of the world: Is there a deep connection between Information and the nature of Space and Time? Are space and time losing their role as grounds for an objective physical reality?
Duration: 1.12.2019 - 31.8.2022
Development of Inquiry Based Learning via IYPT
Rozvoj učenia založeného na bádaní pomocou IYPT
Program: Multilateral - other
Project leader: Doc. RNDr. Plesch Martin PhD.
Duration: 1.11.2019 - 30.6.2022
Tensor-Network States Algorithms and Applications
Stavy tenzorových sietí Algoritmy a aplikácie
Program: JRP
Project leader: Mgr. Gendiar Andrej PhD.
Annotation:The application of quantum entanglement method, in particular tensor networks, in the context classical and quantum method, in particular tensor networks, in the context classical and quantum statistical physics has gaining traction in recent years. Tensor networks are now arising as a universal language in all disciplines of contemporary physics, ranging from atomic and condensed matter physics to high energy physics. In this project, we aim to establish a new collaboration between the Slovak and Taiwanese groups at Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS) and National Taiwan University (NTU) in the development of algorithms and applications for the tensor network. The expertise in the SAS and NTU groups are complementary and both have extensive experience on the research on the development and application of tensor networks to various areas of physics. Combining the expertise and strengths of both teams, we can achieve the following scientific goals: (1) Development of efficient time-evolution algorithms for 1D/2D tensor networks, (2) Benchmark and improve variational algorithms in tensor networks, (3) Expand the applicability of the tensor networks to study behavior of society, (4) Extension of the existing variational tensor-based algorithms to fractal networks, and (5) Entanglement-entropy studies of hyperbolic spaces in the quantum-gravity theory.
Duration: 1.1.2021 - 31.12.2022
Superinductor-based Quantum Technologies with Ultrastrong Couplings
Superinductor-based Quantum Technologies with Ultrastrong Couplings
Program: ERANET
Project leader: Prof.RNDr. Grajcar Miroslav DrSc.
Annotation:Superconducting quantum circuits form one of the most promising solid state platforms for quantum computing. This success builds on the naturally large interaction between light, represented by microwave signals, and matter, embodied by superconducting qubits. Microwave photons are used at every stage of quantum information protocols: qubit manipulation, qubit readout and qubit-qubit coupling. To describe this rich and ubiquitous light-matter interaction, the community has relied so far on the conceptual tools inherited from quantum optics. However, atoms and photons interact weakly, perfectly justifying the use of the rotating wave approximation (RWA), which states that non-resonant processes can be safely neglected. The situation with superconducting circuits is quite different since qubits can literally be wired to transmission lines carrying microwave photons. And limitations of the RWA have already been pointed out for qubit readout or driven-dissipative protocols. SiUCs will follow a radically new approach: we will harness the potentiality of very large light-matter coupling -often referred to as ultra-strong coupling- instead of fighting it. In order to address this challenging approach in a controlled way, we will develop an architecture based on superinductors. Resonators and transmission lines built from such components display impedances close to the quantum of resistance (RQ~6.5 kOhms) at gigahertz frequencies, with very low losses, allowing a boost in light-matter interaction. SiUCS will more specifically focus on improving the efficiency of qubit operations involving light-matter interactions. In addition, superinductors will be used to engineer a missing device of the superconducting quantum circuit toolbox: the microwave single photon detector. Finally, unique many-body physics associated to ultrastrong couplings will be investigated thanks to purposely designed quantum simulators.
Duration: 1.4.2020 - 31.12.2022
High dimensional quantum Photonic Platform
Vysokorozmerná kvantová fotonická platforma
Program: ERANET
Project leader: Doc. Mgr. Ziman Mário PhD.
Annotation:Develop near-optimal single-photon sources based on semiconductor quantum dots, and couple them to highly reconfigurable 3D photonic glass chips to implement multi-photon multi-mode quantum walks. As a first benchmark, we will demonstrate quantum advantage (or supremacy) through high photon-number Boson sampling measurements. The platform will then be used to demonstrate secure quantum computation (homomorphic encryption) and quantum communication (quantum enigma machine) tasks on chip. A new advanced metrology task will be proposed and demonstrated, with simultaneous multi-parameter estimation.
Duration: 1.4.2018 - 30.3.2021
From the Cosmos to the Lab: Development of the L10-FeNi Phase as a Disruptive Permanent Magnet Alternative
Z vesmíru do laboratória: vývoj nového typu permanentných magnetov na báze fázy L10-FeNi
Program: ERANET
Project leader: Ing. Švec Peter DrSc.
Duration: 1.10.2020 - 30.9.2023

The total number of projects: 12