### Research Interests:

** Quantum Many-Body Theory and Non-Equilibrium Systems **

I am a condensed matter theorist with a strong interest in quantum many-body theory and non-equilibrium systems. My research interests include; strongly correlated phases of matter, topological order, entanglement in many-body systems, critical dynamics, Floquet dynamics, many-body localization and ultra-fast spectroscopic probes of dynamics. Most recently, I have been working on the description of thermalization and localization in interacting quantum systems and on the dynamics of periodically driven systems.

### Selected Publications:

“Localization and symmetry breaking in the quantum quasiperiodic Ising glass”, A. Chandran, C.R. Laumann. *Phys. Rev. X* **7**, 031061 (2017).

“Emergent Coulombic criticality and Kibble-Zurek scaling in a topological magnet,” J. Hamp, A. Chandran, R. Moessner, C. Castelnovo. *Phys. Rev. B* **92**, 075142 (2015).

“Periodically driven ergodic and many-body localized quantum systems,” P. Ponte, A. Chandran, Z. Papić, D.A. Abanin. *Annals of Physics* **353**, 196 (2015).

“How universal is the entanglement spectrum?” A. Chandran, V. Khemani, S.L. Sondhi. *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **113**, 060501 (2014).

“Bulk-edge correspondence in entanglement spectra,” A. Chandran, M. Hermanns, N. Regnault, B.A. Bernevig. *Phys. Rev. B* **84**, 205136 (2011).

For a full list of publications, please see the attached CV.