Simulation of Physical Systems

Division research focus

The main research areas of this division are condensed matter physics and computational physics, with emphasis on solving many-body problems with the state-of-the-art approaches. Currently the division is carrying out the following research: magnetism, superconductivity and novel spin-related phenomena in new materials such as graphene and topological insulator; electron spins in semiconductor quantum dots; theory of spin decoherence in the solid state, coherence protection, and their applications; realistic description of spin-orbit coupling and its effects in semiconductor nano-structures, and the control of transport and long-range spin-spin coupling; stain tunable electronic and phonon properties of low dimensional materials; transport via atomistic molecular dynamics; development of many-body theory and novel simulation techniques.

Division Research Areas
  • ·  Stefano Chesi's Group

    Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, with a focus on many-body effects, spin coherence, and quantum information with semiconductor and optomechanical devices.

  • ·  Hai-Qing Lin's Group

    Condensed Matter Physics and Computational Physics including plasmonics, high pressure studies, entanglement and quantum phase transition, magnetism and superconductivity, electron spins in semiconductor quantum dots as well as numerical technique development.

  • ·  Rubem Mondaini's Group

    Equilibrium and out-of-equilibrium properties of strongly correlated many-body systems; Many-body localization; High-Temperature Superconductivity; Transport in low-dimensional superlattices; Interplay of magnetism and transport in interfaces.

  • ·  Wen Yang's Group

    Spin decoherence in semiconductor nanostructures, quantum computation and ultra-sensitive sensing (quantum metrology), and analytical/numerical technique development.

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