Research

Our research consists of several constantly changing but interconnected directions. General themes are: algorithm development for quantum many-body systems in and out of equilibrium, cluster dynamical mean field methods applied to the copper oxide superconductors, numerically exact methods for many-electron systems, and applications for realistic many-body systems. The brief research overview below gives some idea of what’s going on, see also our recent publications.

Lattice Models & Large Cluster Dynamical Mean Field theory

Research sponsored by the Simons Collaboration on the Many-Electron Problem

 


Algorithm development & Monte Carlo methods

Research sponsored by the Simons Collaboration on the Many-Electron Problem

 


Quantum systems out of equilibrium

Research sponsored by the DOE Early Career Program

 


Theory of Pseudogap and Superconductivity in the Cuprates

See also the Simons Foundation Awardee spotlight for a general overview of research directions, and a Nature Physics News and Views on our research.


Open Source Software Development

Our group develops open source software for the simulation of quantum many-body algorithms: the ALPS library. The library is being developed using state of the art continuous testing and continuous delivery software development techniques.