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In this video, Professor Cirac discusses quantum science and how it can be used to simulate molecules. He explains that, in general, simulations of chemistry will require a good understanding of the ground state energy of a system. Finally, the professor reminds the audience that the next seminar will be held every week, and that they should subscribe to the professor's email list and a Google Calendar in order to be kept up to date on upcoming events.

**00:00:00**The first Quantum Science Seminar of the summer will be delayed, but you can watch expert speakers present their latest research at a similar seminar held every Friday at 9 p.m. in European time.**00:05:00**The speaker discusses how quantum simulators can be used to study chemical problems. He explains how the kaliram structure can be determined using a quantum simulator, and goes on to discuss electronic properties and excited states. He concludes the talk by discussing the theoretical challenges that need to be overcome in order to use quantum simulators to study chemical problems.**00:10:00**In quantum chemistry, one often starts by fixing the position of the atoms in a molecule, and then finds the ground state energy of the molecule. This is done by solving the Schrodinger equation for the molecule, and then finding the energy as a function of the position. Once this is done, one can use second quantization to descibe the energy levels and the dynamics of the electrons in the molecule.**00:15:00**The main point of this seminar is to introduce the concept of density functional theory and explain how it can be used to solve problems quickly. Safi is one method of solving this, and it is important to have good benchmarks to help with accuracy.**00:20:00**The problem is to find the ground state energy of an electronic system, and quantum computers can be a useful tool for this. First, the presenter explains how quantum computers work and how they can be used to solve certain problems. Then, he introduces a proposal that shows how quantum computers could be used to solve chemistry problems. Finally, he discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of using quantum computers in this way.**00:25:00**In this video, Professor Cirac discusses the physics of atoms in optical lattices and how they can be used to simulate cold atoms. He also explains how the interactions between atoms in optical lattices can be non-local.**00:30:00**The video discusses quantum science and how some of the differences between standard quantum chemistry and mantle simulations are. One difference is that in a mantle simulation, one would have few atoms instead of many, and another is that the external potential could come from a laser. The video also discusses some technical issues that would need to be taken into account for such a simulation to be successful.**00:35:00**In this video, Dr. Ignacio Cirac discusses how quantum physics can be simulated with colloidal particles in an optical lattice. He goes back to some papers they wrote together ten years ago and discusses how one can simulate super aliens, single particle effects, and personal effects using colloidal particles.**00:40:00**The author discusses the difficulties of simulating the effective interaction between electrons using perturbation theory. He explains that one must use a background motivator to stabilize the effective interaction, and that this requires a combination of technologies that each of them individually are very hard to achieve.**00:45:00**The author discusses how quantum chemistry can be reproduced in two dimensions with a single electron as the "companion" to a single atom. He explains how to calculate the interaction between these two objects, and how to determine the energy levels of the system.**00:50:00**The speaker discusses how to use quantum mechanics to simulate molecules, and how to do so by starting with toy models and then growing them into more complex models. He also mentions that, in general, simulations of chemistry will require a good understanding of the ground state energy of a system.**00:55:00**In this video, Professor Cirac discusses quantum science and its various applications. He explains that quantum science is similar to classical science, except that quantum systems exhibit strange and erratic behavior. This erratic behavior can be used to predict the energy of a quantum system, and by doing so, allows for greater accuracy in the calculation of energy. Finally, the professor reminds the audience that the next seminar will be held every week, and that they should subscribe to the professor's email list and a Google Calendar in order to be kept up to date on upcoming events.

In this video, Dr. Ignacio Cirac discusses quantum science and its implications. He explains the theory of quantum mechanics and its various applications, including quantum cryptography and quantum information theory. Dr. Cirac's talk provides a broad overview of quantum science and its potential implications for the future.

**01:00:00**In this video, Dr. Ignacio Cirac discusses quantum science and its implications. He explains the theory of quantum mechanics and its various applications, including quantum cryptography and quantum information theory.

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