Research report 2021 - Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics

A complex systems perspective on fundamental interactions

Heller, Michal P.
Gravitation, Quantenfelder und -information
Einstein introduced the modern way of thinking about gravity by referring to the geometry of space and time. Around twenty years after his groundbreaking work on gravity, Einstein was involved in the discovery of the phenomenon we now call entanglement, which is at the heart of the quantum computing revolution. Interestingly, our 21st century understanding of gravity considers entanglement as one of the central concepts - an example of a broader research approach of a complex systems perspective on fundamental interactions.

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