Black hole based quantum computing in labs and in the sky

Gia Dvali, Mischa Panchenko

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    Analyzing some well established facts, we give a model-independent parameterization of black hole quantum computing in terms of a set of macro and micro quantities and their relations. These include the relations between the extraordinarily-small energy gap of black hole qubits and important time-scales of information-processing, such as, scrambling time and Page's time. We then show, confirming and extending previous results, that other systems of nature with identical quantum informatics features are attractive Bose-Einstein systems at the critical point of quantum phase transition. Here we establish a complete isomorphy between the quantum computational properties of these two systems. In particular, we show that the quantum hair of a critical condensate is strikingly similar to the quantum hair of a black hole. Irrespectively whether one takes the similarity between the two systems as a remarkable coincidence or as a sign of a deeper underlying connection, the following is evident. Black holes are not unique in their way of quantum information processing and we can manufacture black hole based quantum computers in labs by taking advantage of quantum criticality.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)569-580
    Number of pages12
    JournalFortschritte der Physik
    Volume64
    Issue number8-9
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Aug 1 2016

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    Dvali, Gia ; Panchenko, Mischa. / Black hole based quantum computing in labs and in the sky. In: Fortschritte der Physik. 2016 ; Vol. 64, No. 8-9. pp. 569-580.
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