I work in the field of theoretical condensed matter physics and quantum optics. My research interests focus on non-equilibrium dynamics of quantum many body systems. I am broadly working on open quantum many-body systems, cavity QED with strongly correlated electrons with special interest in light-induced superconductivity and imbalance dynamics of many-body localized systems recently realized in
I am interested in various aspects of strongly correlated electron systems, particularly at the interface of superconductivity and topology. I enjoy working closely with experiments, and I like thinking about simple-minded models to illuminate the puzzles of quantum materials. I’m currently thinking about the role of local interactions like Kondo and Hunds in the pairing
Fabian Kugler is a Feodor Lynen fellow of the Humboldt foundation. His research interests include strongly correlated electron systems, multi-orbital phenomena, and method development with renormalization-group or real-frequency techniques. His publications can be found on ORCID and arXiv.
I am interested in studying strongly correlated electrons. My focus primarily lies in using low-dimensional spin chain systems and Hubbard models to study quantum spin liquids and superconductivity. I develop models for spectroscopic techniques such as resonant inelastic x-ray scattering used for probing materials and investigate how materials can be controlled using light within the
My research interests lie in the field of strongly correlated systems. Recently, I am focusing on extending the slave-boson mean-field theory and Gutzwiller approximation to calculate the two-particle quantities for correlated multiorbital systems and developing a systematic framework to improve the accuracy of these approaches to the two-particle level.
My research interests lie at the intersection of many-body physics and quantum computing, where I use various computational and analytical techniques to characterize correlated phases of matter. In particular, I currently study topologically ordered ground states, which can be used to encode fault-tolerant logical qubits.
Yueqing primarily works on first-principles calculations for condensed matter systems with strong correlations. Her research interests focus on developing methods to systematically derive renormalized model Hamiltonians from highly accurate many-body calculations, using techniques including real-space quantum Monte Carlo. Recently, she has been working on improving the state-of-the-art quantum embedding and downfolding frameworks by comparing them