Klein Paradox Anonymous | 4.2.2009 | Defined Project (updated on 4.30.2009) | Print Preview
Quantum simulations is one of the main applications proposed for quantum computers. Direct simulations of, for example, an n-qubit system requires an exponential amount of space in the memory of a classical computer, which renders determining the dynamical evolution of the system intractable. Programmable 'analog' quantum computer, however, could simulate the behavior of any quantum system on demand. In this project we, particularly, explore the Klein paradox and related problems in QED and propose metamaterials as a means to simulate such systems.