# Seminars and Events

The (main)

*Theory seminar*is listet below.

If you are interested in joining one of these three Sub Seminars (see below) please contact a group member of these Research Areas for more information.

*(lecture series on mathematical physics)*

Theoretical Quantum Optics seminar

Condensed Matter Seminar

Mathematical Physics Seminar

Theoretical Quantum Optics seminar

Condensed Matter Seminar

Mathematical Physics Seminar

The EQUAHUMO Meeting will take place at the MPQ.

The goal of the project is to develope efficient quantum algorithms for Hubbard models above absolute zero. Thereby tasks shall be solved that cannot be solved with classical computers.
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Ana Asenjo García, Columbia University

Dissipation and fluctuations are known to be sources of order in complex non-linear systems formed by many agents, as they lead to the generation of self-organized spatial or temporal structures.
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Sebastian Blatt, QMBS division at MPQ

In the last two decades, quantum simulators based on ultracold atoms in optical lattices have successfully emulated strongly correlated condensed matter systems.
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Maxine Luo, Theory Group MPQ

In some one-dimensional (1D) spin systems with open boundary conditions (OBC), such as the Ising/Kitaev chain and the XYZ chain, there exist strong edge zero modes (SZM).
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Prof. Tao Shi, Chinese Academy of Science

Topological Mott insulating (TMI) state with spontaneous time-reversal symmetry breaking and nonzero Chern number has been shown to appear in a real-space effective model for twisted bilayer graphene (TBG) at 3/4 filling in the strong coupling limit.
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Irene Papaefstathiou, MPQ Theory

The lattice Schwinger model, which is Quantum Electrodynamics in one spatial dimension discretized on the lattice, was extensively studied with Tensor Network techniques.
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Gerardo Ortiz, Indiana University

Advancing the frontiers of science often requires the creation of new probes to uncover the underlying microscopic mechanisms giving rise to exotic macroscopic phenomena, such as high-temperature superconductivity.
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