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de Nijs, Joost (author)
The rotational velocities of stars in galaxies indicate that either Newtonian gravity breaks down on this scale, or that there is extra mass in the universe that has not been observed. The former is known as Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND), whereas the latter option is known as the dark matter paradigm. In this thesis a version of MOND is...
bachelor thesis 2023
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MIYAWAKI, YU (author)
Entanglement is an essential resource for a variety of applications, such as distributed quantum computing and quantum cryptography. However, long-distance entanglement generation is challenging because of two reasons: photon loss occurs as an exponential function of distance through an optical fiber and the no-cloning theorem prevent us from...
master thesis 2022
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Liu, Dingshan (author)
Spin qubit in semiconductor quantum dot arrays offers a promising platform for future scalable quantum computing with its small size and compatibility with modern semiconductor industry. To scale up the quantum dot arrays, one of the major challenges is the wiring bottleneck, as a high density of control lines might need to be integrated into a...
master thesis 2021
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Keer, Pim (author)
Level-set percolation on the Discrete Gaussian Free Field (DGFF) turned out to be a hot topic within mathematical physics over the last couple of years. In particular, the DGFF on Z^d , with homogeneously weighted nearest-neighbour interactions, i.e. all conductances equal to 1, has been studied in detail. These models can be simulated with...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Farrokhi, Shayan (author)
In this thesis we provide an elementary introduction in finite dimensional representation theory of the Lie groups SU(2) and SU(3) for undergraduate students in physics and mathematics. We will also give two application of representation theory of these two groups in physics: the spin and quark models. We begin with first discussing...
bachelor thesis 2021
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van Winden, Joris (author)
In this thesis, networks of coupled quantum harmonic oscillators are studied. The dynamics of these networks are determined by single-frequency vibrations of the entire network called normal modes. We study the behavior of the nor- mal modes when the network is coupled to a thermodynamical heat bath by looking at the Lindblad Master Equation of...
bachelor thesis 2020
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van Zwienen, Heike (author)
context: The long-term evolution of a self-gravitating astrophysical disk can be modeled using secular perturbation theory. Recently, Batygin published a paper where he claims that such a disk with a special density can be described by a Schrödinger equation by using this method. aims: In this thesis, we will study the secular perturbation...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Vaandrager, M. (author)
In this text we used a quantum system of two quantum particles, specificallytwo qubits. One qubit acts as a detector in an equal weight superposition ofspin up and spin down. The two qubits in the system are entangled. To domultiple measurements on the system, we want to rotate the system back to theequal weight superposition, which is destroyed...
bachelor thesis 2019
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