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Find out more about the latest activities, publications, job openings and other news of our Quantum Information & Quantum Many-Body Physics group.

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11.01.2022
 

Interested in learning about the theory of Tensor Network States, in particular Matrix Product States (MPS) and Projected Entangled Pair States...

16.12.2021
 

How can we describe systems with exotic topological order using a local description, and what is the connection between their global properties and...

02.11.2021
 

Join us on Friday, November 5, at 13:30 CET, at the Ernst Mach lecture hall for a talk on “Quantum algorithms for non-unitary time evolution of...

20.10.2021
 

In their new paper "Entanglement order parameters and critical behavior for topological phase transitions and beyond", published in Physical Review X,...

12.10.2021
 

How can we quantitatively characterize the condensation and confinement of non-Abelian anyons in topological phase transitions, possibly even for...

04.10.2021
 

We are happy to welcome two new PhD students at the Quantum Information & Quantum Many-Body Physics group: Ofek Bengyat and David Blanik.

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