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# quantum mechanics

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1 | Networked Quantum Information Technologies | This talk reviews the developments in quantum information processing. | Dominic O'Brien | 06 Jul 2018 | |

2 | Quantum logic with trapped-ion qubits | This talk reviews testing and developing ideas in quantum computing using laser-manipulated trapped ions. | David Lucas | 06 Jul 2018 | |

3 | The ultimate limits of privacy and randomness...for the paranoid ones | This talk explains how qubits are used to represent numbers in a way that permits 'quantum-mechanical parallel' computing. | Artur Ekert | 06 Jul 2018 | |

4 | “Open” Quantum Systems | This talk reviews how to deal with quantum systems that are coupled to the outside world, as in reality all systems are. | Fabian Essler | 06 Jul 2018 | |

5 | Quantum Systems from Group up | This talk reviews the modern formulation of the basic ideas of quantum mechanics. | James Binney | 06 Jul 2018 | |

6 | From Identical Particles to Frictionless Flow | John Chalker discusses how the laws of quantum mechanics lead us from the microscopic world to macroscopic phenomena. | John Chalker | 03 Nov 2017 | |

7 | The Observer Strikes Back | What is an observer? In the fifth and final part of their discussion, Jim Hartle and Bernard Carr discuss the nature of observers. | Jim Hartle, Bernard Carr | 06 Dec 2016 | |

8 | No Boundaries for Quantum Cosmology | Where is the observer in the universe? In the fourth part of their discussion, Jim Hartle and Bernard Carr discuss Jim Hartle’s no-boundary proposal. | Bernard Carr, Jim Hartle | 06 Dec 2016 | |

9 | Physics and Philosophy | What are the limits of physics? In the third part of their discussion, Bernard Carr and Jim Hartle talk about the point at which physics ends and philosophy begins. | Bernard Carr, Jim Hartle | 06 Dec 2016 | |

10 | The Quantum and Cosmological Scales | How do we combine our theory of the very small with our theory of the largest scales of the universe? In the second part of their discussion, Jim Hartle and Bernard Carr hash out the connections between cosmology and quantum mechanics. | Jim Hartle, Bernard Carr | 06 Dec 2016 | |

11 | Identical particles: from one to many | First lecture in the "More is different" - how states of matter emerge from quantum theory Saturday morning of Theoretical Physics. With Professor John Chalker, introduction by Professor John Wheeler. | John Chalker | 01 Nov 2016 | |

12 | Visualizing Quantum Matter | Physics Colloquium 28 October 2016 delivered by Professor Séamus Davis | Séamus Davis | 01 Nov 2016 | |

13 | Creative Commons | Living in a quantum world | Vlatko Vedral, Co-=Direct oof the Oxford Martin Programme on Bio-Inspired Quantum Technologies, gives a talk for theOxford Martin School. | Vlatko Vedral | 18 Aug 2015 |

14 | Creative Commons | Quantum life | Professor Seth Lloyd, Principal Investigator in the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) gives a talk for the Oxford Martin School. | Seth Lloyd | 18 Aug 2015 |

15 | Can we predict the structure of matter? | From predicting the properties of nanotechnological devices to the structural stability of small proteins and dynamics of water. | Mariana Rossi | 11 Jun 2015 | |

16 | Matter Emerges from the Vacuum | Members of the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics hosted the 1st morning of Theoretical Physics covering how we use field theory to understand material reality. | Joseph Conlon | 24 Mar 2015 | |

17 | Creative Commons | The Vacuum Comes Alive | Members of the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics hosted the 1st morning of Theoretical Physics covering how we use field theory to understand material reality. | James Binney | 24 Mar 2015 |

18 | Creative Commons | The Arrow of Time | In the fourth lecture, Harvey Brown asks why real-world events always proceed in the direction of increasing entropy, even though the laws of physics don’t require it. | Harvey Brown | 07 Jan 2015 |

19 | Creative Commons | The Probability Puzzle | In the third lecture, David Wallace asks how we make sense of probability in the Many-Worlds theory. | David Wallace | 07 Jan 2015 |

20 | Creative Commons | The Life of Psi: More on the Superposition Principle | In the second lecture, Harvey Brown discusses in more depth the superposition principle of quantum mechanics. | Harvey Brown | 07 Jan 2015 |

21 | Creative Commons | The Plurality of Worlds | In this first lecture, David Wallace examines the justification for interpreting the superposition states as multiplicities. | David Wallace | 06 Jan 2015 |

22 | Creative Commons | PT-symmetric Quantum Mechanics | Physics Colloquium 23rd May Delivered by Professor Carl M. Bender | Carl Bender | 02 Jun 2014 |

23 | Creative Commons | 10 Billion bits of Entanglement Achieved in Silicon | Scientists from Oxford University have made a significant step towards an ultrafast quantum computer by successfully generating 10 billion bits of quantum entanglement in silicon for the first time. This podcast explains how. | John Morton | 10 Mar 2011 |

24 | Creative Commons | 027 Hydrogen part 3 Eigenfunctions | Twenty seventh lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 05 Mar 2010 |

25 | Creative Commons | 026 Hydrogen part 2 Emission Spectra | Twenty sixth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 05 Mar 2010 |

26 | Creative Commons | 025 Hydrogen part 1 | Twenty fifth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 05 Mar 2010 |

27 | Creative Commons | 024 Classical Spin and Addition of Angular Momenta | Twenty fourth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 05 Mar 2010 |

28 | Creative Commons | 023 Spin 1/2 , Stern - Gerlach Experiment and Spin 1 | Twenty third lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 05 Mar 2010 |

29 | Creative Commons | 022 Spin Angular Momentum | Twenty second lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 05 Mar 2010 |

30 | Creative Commons | 021 Even further Orbital Angular Momentum - Eigenfunctions, Parity and Kinetic Energy | Twenty-first lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 09 Feb 2010 |

31 | Creative Commons | 020 Further Orbital Angular Momentum, Spectra of L2 and LZ | Twentieth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 09 Feb 2010 |

32 | Creative Commons | 019 Diatomic Molecules and Orbital Angular Momentum | Nineteenth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 09 Feb 2010 |

33 | Creative Commons | 018 Angular Momentum | Eighteenth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 04 Feb 2010 |

34 | Creative Commons | 017 Einstein-Podolski-Rosen Experiment and Bell's Inequality | Seventeenth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 04 Feb 2010 |

35 | Creative Commons | 016 Composite Systems - Entanglement and Operators | Sixteenth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 04 Feb 2010 |

36 | Creative Commons | 015 Tunnelling and Radioactive Decay | Fifteenth lecture in the Quantum Mechanics course given in Hilary term 2010. | James Binney | 26 Jan 2010 |

37 | Creative Commons | 014 A Pair of Square Wells and the Ammonia Maser | Fourteenth Lecture in the Quantum Mechanics Course given in Hilary term 2010. | James Binney | 26 Jan 2010 |

38 | Creative Commons | 013 Hilary: The Square Well | Thirteenth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010. | James Binney | 26 Jan 2010 |

39 | Nanotechnology Part 6 - Grand Vision | Part 6 of a series of podcasts on Quantum Nanotechnology. In this episode, Simon Benjamin talks about how we might go about creating a technology out of quantum material. | Simon C. Benjamin | 11 Jan 2010 | |

40 | Creative Commons | 012 Angular Momentum and Motion in a Magnetic Field | Final lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

41 | Creative Commons | 011 Transformation of Operators and the Parity Operator | Eleventh lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

42 | Creative Commons | 010 Transformation of Kets, Continuous and Discrete Transformations and the Rotation Operator | Tenth lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

43 | Creative Commons | 009 Dynamics of Oscillators and the Anharmonic Oscillator | Ninth lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

44 | Creative Commons | 008 The Harmonic Oscillator and the Wavefunctions of its Stationary States | Eighth lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

45 | Creative Commons | 007 Back to Two-Slit Interference, Generalization to Three Dimensions and the Virial Theorem | Seventh Lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

46 | Creative Commons | 006 Wavefunctions for Well Defined Momentum, the Uncertainty Principle and Dynamics of a Free Particle | Sixth lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

47 | Creative Commons | 005 Further TDSE and the Position Representation | Fifth lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

48 | Creative Commons | 004 Commutators and Time Evolution (the Time Dependent Schrodinger Equation) | Fourth lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

49 | Creative Commons | 003 Operators and Measurement | Third lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

50 | Creative Commons | 002 Dirac Notation and the Energy Representation | Second lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

51 | Creative Commons | 001 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics, Probability Amplitudes and Quantum States | First lecture of the Quantum Mechanics course given in Michaelmas Term 2009. | James Binney | 11 Dec 2009 |

52 | Nanotechnology Part 5 - Quantum Machine | Part 5 of a series of short podcasts that explores one route toward the most exotic technology ever conceived: a quantum computer. In this episode we see how we might create a device made from Quantum particles. | Simon C. Benjamin | 17 Aug 2009 | |

53 | Nanotechnology Part 4 - Experiment | Part 4 of a series of short podcasts that explores one route toward the most exotic technology ever conceived: a quantum computer. | Simon C. Benjamin | 02 Dec 2008 | |

54 | Nanotechnology Part 3 - Atomic Cat | Part 3 of a series of short podcasts that explores one route toward the most exotic technology ever conceived: a quantum computer. In this episode we see how to make a real world version of Schrodinger's Cat. | Simon C. Benjamin | 29 Sep 2008 | |

55 | Nanotechnology Part 2 - A Cat's Tale | Part 2 of a series of short podcasts that explores one route toward the most exotic technology ever conceived: a quantum computer. | Simon C. Benjamin | 26 Sep 2008 | |

56 | Nanotechnology Part 1 - Into the Nanoworld | Part 1 of a series of short podcasts that explores one route toward the most exotic technology ever conceived: a quantum computer. | Simon C. Benjamin | 26 Sep 2008 |