Quantum Biomimetics and Quantum Artificial Life
The Quantum Biomimetic team aspires to design and exploit quantum protocols that recreate in quantum platforms behaviors and properties which correspond to macroscopic biological phenomena. These bio-inspired features, such as self-replication or brain-like memory, are naturally emerging from complex interactions between multiple subsystems, and are not usually described from first principles in physics. Therefore, we reduce them to simple mathematical models and reproduce them at the microscopic quantum scale. Furthermore, we aspire not only to describe these phenomena, but also to make use of them to engineer novel quantum protocols and devices. This research line is divided into several main streams
– Quantum artificial life in quantum technologies
– Memory effects in quantum platforms
– Quantum neurons
– Quantum neural networks
Scheme of artificial life protocol in quantum technologies.