Towards Quantum Simulation of Black Holes in a dc-SQUID Array

@article{Terrones2021TowardsQS,
  title={Towards Quantum Simulation of Black Holes in a dc-SQUID Array},
  author={Adri'an Terrones and Carlos Sab'in},
  journal={Universe},
  year={2021}
}
We propose quantum simulations of 1 + 1D radial sections of different black hole spacetimes (Schwarzschild, Reissner–Nordstrøm, Kerr and Kerr–Newman), by means of a dc-SQUID array embedded on an open transmission line. This was achieved by reproducing the spatiotemporal dependence of 1 + 1D sections of the spacetime metric with the propagation speed of the electromagnetic field in the simulator, which can be modulated by an external magnetic flux. We show that the generation of event horizons… 

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