I am interested in quantum many-particle systems. In particular: - Strongly correlated quantum matter
- Entanglement (quantum non-locality)
- Integrable models
- Nonequilibrium phenomena
- Quantum computation and simulation
- Density-matrix renormalization-group (DMRG)
- Algorithms employing tensor network states (TNS>(TPA=PEPS≥MPS=FCS)+(MERA>TTN))
- Stochastic dynamics in networks
Publications.
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chronological topical Talks.
*Evolution of quantum many-body systems using tensor network states*-- College Park MD 06/2018*Classical simulation of quantum matter and its limits*-- Durham NC 05/2018*Fractal structures in the phase diagram of the honeycomb-lattice quantum dimer model*-- Durham NC 12/2017*Typical 1d quantum systems at finite temperatures can be simulated efficiently on classical computers*-- Minsk 11/2017, Cambridge MA 11/2017, Benasque 02/2018, Los Angeles 03/2018, Durham NC 05/2018*Entanglement and computational complexity for 1D quantum systems at finite temperatures*-- Munich 06/2017, Orsay 07/2017, Paris 07/2017*Entanglement and computational complexity for 1D quantum many-body systems*-- Durham 03/2017, Wilmington 04/2017*A novel matrix product algorithm for stochastic dynamics on networks*-- Baltimore 03/2016*Accurate T>0 response functions for strongly-correlated quasi-1D systems using DMRG*-- Durham NC 09/2015*Devil's staircase in a quantum dimer model on the hexagonal lattice*-- Aachen 05/2015, Göttingen 06/2015*Strongly-correlated systems at finite T: METTS versus purifications*-- Berlin 03/2015,*Quantum dimers on the honeycomb lattice, phase diagram with devil's staircase*-- Berlin 03/2015,*Finite-temperature DMRG simulations of the Bose-Hubbard model*-- Palaiseau 01/2015*Efficient parametrization and simulation of condensed matter systems using tensor network states*-- Durham NC 04/2014*Simulating condensed matter systems with tensor network states and discovery of algebraic decoherence*-- Charlottesville 01/2014, Lyon 03/2014, Saclay 03/2014*Tensor network state techniques for condensed matter systems and applications*-- Garching 11/2013*Algebraic versus exponential decoherence in dissipative many-particle systems*-- Garching 10/2013, Orsay 11/2013, Paris 11/2013, Augsburg 01/2014, Houston 02/2014, Toulouse 04/2014, Durham NC 04/2014*DMRG, tDMRG, matrix product states, and matrix product operators*-- Munich 10/2013*Optimized tDMRG schemes for the computation of T>0 response functions and applications*-- Turunç-Marmaris 08/2013, Munich 10/2013*Domain-wall melting in ultracold boson systems with defects*-- Munich 07/2013*Tensor network state techniques and entanglement in condensed matter systems*-- Paris 04/2013*Universal thermal spectral function for quantum critical bosons and optimized tDMRG schemes for T>0 response functions*-- Dresden 01/2013*Lieb-Robinson bound on the speed of information transfer and consequences*-- Munich 10/2012*Solving condensed matter and chemistry ground state problems by semidefinite relaxations*-- Dresden 09/2012*Dynamics of open quantum systems: Quasi-locality and efficient simulation*-- Frankfurt am Main 12/2011, Munich 02/2012, Stuttgart 03/2012, Heidelberg 04/2012, Durban 09/2012*Semidefinite relaxations of the condensed matter groundstate problem*-- Potsdam 07/2011, Stuttgart 03/2012, Heidelberg 04/2012, Paris 09/2012, Munich 11/2012*Entanglement in condensed matter groundstates*-- Santa Barbara 11/2010*Fermionic tensor network states for the simulation of molecules*-- Zürich 03/2010*Entanglement in many body systems and tensor network state methods*-- Santa Barbara 01/2010, Günzburg 05/2010, Dresden 06/2010, Golm 07/2010, Beijing 09/2010*Verschränkung in Vielteilchensystemen und Simulationsmethoden*-- Aachen 12/2009*Quantum Monte Carlo methods and the sign problem*-- Potsdam 11/2009*Simulating higher-dimensional fermionic systems on classical computers*-- Potsdam 05/2009*Magnetism and many-particle dynamics with bosons in an optical superlattice*-- Dresden 03/2009, Berlin 06/2009*Disorder and localization for ultracold bosons in incommensurate 1d superlattices*-- Munich 10/2008*Dephasing and the steady state in quantum many-particle systems*-- Aachen 11/2007, Berlin 02/2008, New Orleans 03/2008, Heidelberg 03/2008*Entanglement entropy in many-particle groundstates*-- Aachen 07/2007*Matrix product state algorithms*-- Altenberg 02/2005
Organization.
- 2018/05, Workshop: From Nanoscale Electronics to Quantum Information Processing, at Duke University
- 2015--present, Condensed matter seminar series, at Duke University
Course webpages.
- 2018, Duke: Graduate Advanced Physics - Quantum Many-Body Theory (PHY 765)
- 2017, Duke: Quantum Mechanics II (PHY 465)
- 2017, Duke: Tensor Network State Methods (PHY 771)
- 2017, Duke: Graduate Advanced Physics - Quantum Many-Body Theory (PHY 765)
- 2017, Duke: Quantum Mechanics II (PHY 465)
- 2016, Duke: Graduate Advanced Physics - Quantum Many-Body Theory (PHY 765)
- 2016, Duke: Quantum Mechanics II (PHY 465)
Tutoring and problem sets.
- 2013, Munich: Theoretical Physics - Statistical Physics
- 2012, Munich: Theoretical Physics - Quantum Matter
- 2012, Munich: Theoretical Physics - Quantum Many-Body Theory
- 2011, Berlin: Mathematics for Freshmen
- 2010, Potsdam: Theoretical Physics - Advanced Quantum Mechanics
- 2007, Aachen: Theoretical Physics - Advanced Quantum Mechanics
- 2006, Aachen: Theoretical Physics - Advanced Quantum Mechanics
- 2006, Aachen: Theoretical Physics - Statistical Physics
- 2005, Aachen: Computational Physics
- 2004, Aachen: Computational Physics
- 2004, Aachen: Theoretical Physics - Quantum Mechanics
- 2003, Heidelberg: Theoretical Physics - Classical Mechanics
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