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Condensed Matter & Quantum Information Theory

1. Fractional Quantum Hall Effect:

My central interest here is the existence of non-Abelian quasiparticles in two-dimensional electron gases. To this end, I pay particular attention to quasiparticle tunneling and edge spectrum. The manifestation of anisotropy, like in cold atoms with dipole-dipole interation, is also fascinating.

2. Quantum Computation and Quantum Entanglement:

The possibilities of realizing fault-tolerant quantum computation in topological systems and of understanding these systems by means of quantum entanglement are extremely exciting. I am interested in compiling quantum gates into braiding of anyons, revealing quantum criticalities via quantum entanglement, and the evolution of exotic modes in a quantum quench.

3. Disordered Systems and Neural Networks:

I am interested in unusual phases and phase transitions in various disordered spin and electronic systems. Interestingly, the ideas learned in disordered systems later found their use even in the study of topological quantum gate construction. Recently, I start to work on machine learning techniques and apply them to understand phases and phase transitions.


Last updated: September 19, 2017