I am a condensed matter theorist interested in quantum many-body systems. In such systems interactions between many particles give rise to novel emergent phenomena in which quantum entanglement plays a crucial role. I like studying microscopic models relevant for real materials. My past and current research encompasses a broad spectrum of quantum materials ranging from topological superconductors to frustrated magnets.
To study these systems I combine a variety of analytical and numerical tools. In particular, I employ state of the art numerical techniques appropriate for the study of strongly correlated systems such as the density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) and related tensor network methods.
I am looking for motivated graduate students and postdocs to join me!
If you are interested in condensed matter theory and like numerics, please contact me.