Theory

We are interested in quantum optics and applying its methodology in studying the collective effects of radiation and many-body systems.

Research in the group focuses on out-of-equilibrium quantum dynamics to study problems at the interface of condensed matter, AMO, and statistical physics. To investigate the far-from-equilibrium behavior of many-body systems, we will be developing both analytical understanding and computational tools at the interface of quantum mechanics and machine learning. We are collaborating with leading experimental and theoretical groups in the field.

Our group investigates quantum many-body systems coupled to an external environment. We are interested both in fundamental questions and in quantum technological applications of open quantum systems. Our main interests are:

  • Dissipative quantum state engineering
  • Steady state quantum phase transitions
  • Quantum simulation
  • Numerical methods for open many-body systems
  • Topologically ordered states of matter

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