报告摘要：High energy hadronic scatterings are essential tools to probe the fundamental partonic (quark and gluon) structure of nucleon/nucleus and are the only method in laboratory to test Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), the strongest force in nature. However, due to the non-perturbative property of QCD in hadronic scale and the real time dynamics in high energy scatterings, it is extremely challenge to fully compute these processes either in perturbative QCD or via lattice QCD. Inspired by the great promise of quantum computers using their natural capability of simulating real-time evolutions, there has been a rapidly growing wave of interest in implementing quantum computing methodologies to particle and nuclear physics in recent years. In this talk, I will discuss recent progresses in using quantum computing to explore hadronic scatterings, including the direct calculation of initial state parton distribution functions in hadron, the intermediate state partonic scatterings, as well as the final state hadronization process.
个人简介：邢宏喜，华南师范大学量子物质研究院研究员。博士毕业于华中师范大学，先后在伯克利国家实验室、中国科学技术大学、洛斯阿拉莫斯国家实验室、阿贡国家实验室/美国西北大学从事高能核物理的理论研究。研究兴趣主要集中在高能重离子碰撞中的硬探针信号、电子-离子对撞机上的核子结构研究、以及量子计算在高能核物理研究中的应用等。共发表文章50余篇，其中包括Phys. Rev. Lett. 5篇。2020年获国家优秀青年基金资助。