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How can we efficiently prepare complex many-body states on near-term quantum devices, and how can we verify the success of such a preparation?


If you are a PhD student interested in learning all about Tensor Networks & meeting fellow students, apply before June 3, 2022!


Join us on Wednesday, April 6, at 16:15 CEST, for Norbert Schuch's inaugural lecture at the University of Vienna.


PhD positions on a variety of topics – including two projects in our "Quantum Information and Quantum Many-Body Physics" group – are available through...


Given two equivalent topological models, does there exist a microscopic mapping between them, and how can it be constructed?


In a new Phys. Rev. B paper, we show that topological order in 3D has tensor network descriptions stable against arbitrary perturbations.