Condensed Matter Theory

Held in SCI 328.

August 1st, 2019 to July 31st, 2020. Previous/next year.
Sep26
Dr. Denny Dahl
D-Wave Systems
Quantum simulation with the DW-2000Q Host: Anders Sandvik
Oct02
Zhicheng Yang
Boston University Physics Department
Path to building quantum spin liquids and topological qubits within existing quantum hardware
Oct09
Phil Crowley
Boston University
Topological classes of quantum dynamics in quasi-periodically driven systems
Oct16
Julian Ingham
Boston University, Physics Department
High temperature superconductivity in semiconductor artificial graphene
Oct23
Inti Sodemann
Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems
Bosonization and the Shear Sound of Metals and The Non-linear Hall Effect in Time-Reversal-Invariant Materials Host: Claudio Chamon
Oct25
Viktor Novicenko 
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy Vilnius University
Floquet analysis of a quantum system with modulated periodic driving
Oct30
Garry Goldstein
Rutgers University
Extending the Gutzwiller approximation to intersite interactions Host: Claudio Chamon
Nov06
Sarang Gopalakrishnan 
The City University of New York
Anomalous transport in integrable spin chains Host: Anushya Chandran
Nov13
Roger Melko
University of Waterloo and the Perimeter Institute
How hard is it to learn a quantum state?
Nov20
Hiroki Isobe
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Many-body physics around Van Hove singularities: from twisted bilayer graphene to supermetal and non-Fermi liquid Host: Claudio Chamon
Dec06
Brian Skinner
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Ohio State University
The Unprecedented Thermoelectric Properties of Nodal Semimetals in a Magnetic Field Host: Julian Ingham
Dec11
Torsten Zache
Heidelberg University
Quantum simulation of high-energy physics - microscopic and macroscopic approaches