Computational Condensed Matter Theory and Quantum Many-Body Physics Group
We are the computational condensed matter physics group at the Physics department of the University of Michigan. We are part of the theoretical Condensed matter physics group at U of M, along with the groups of Kai Sun and Xiaoming Mao.
We work on strongly correlated quantum systems, quantum Monte Carlo, numerical algorithms for strongly correlated many-body systems and quantum many-body theory. A good overview of one of our research areas is given in a recent Nature Physics News and Views, and a Simons Foundation Awardee Spotlight introduces our research group.
Here is some information about our research, our members, and openings for graduate students and postdocs. We have Graduate student and Postdoc openings for 2017 and beyond.
The group and affiliated members in fall 2016: Igor Krivenko, Joe Kleinhenz, Emanuel Gull, Joe Paki, Qiaoyuan Dong, Markus Wallerberger, Xi Chen, Alexander Gaenko, Hanna Terletska, Sergei Iskakov and Jia Li
Congratulations, James, Ryan, and Andrey! James will start a faculty position at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Andrey will move to Microsoft StationQ, and Ryan will start graduate school at UIUC.
|Simons Collaboration on the Many-Electron Problem||US Department of Energy Early Career Award|
|NSF Condensed Matter and Materials Theory Program|
See the Simons foundation for more information about the Many-Electron collaboration, including a Simons Foundation Awardee Spotlight about our research group.