Correlated Quantum Matter and Materials

Welcome to CQM2 Group!

Our research group at Beihang University is focusing on many-body physics such as correlation effects and topological phases in quantum matter. Strong interactions among atomic particles can lead to materials, such as some high-temperature superconductors, with unusual electronic and magnetic properties. We aim to develop quantum many-body simulation techniques, e.g., tensor networks, renormalization group, and deep learning techniques, that provide reliable and accurate numerical access to thermal and dynamical properties of correlated systems. With state-of-the-art methods, we explore novel states of matter and reveal underlying manybody theory, in correlated materials that could possibily lead to intriguing applications in future quantum technology.


Research:

  • Tensor Renormalization Group Methods and its Application in Quantum Many-body Physics
  • Frustrated Quantum Magnets and Emergent Collective Phenomena
  • Strongly Correlated Electrons and Superconductivity
  • Quantum Spin Chain and Magnetocaloric Effects

Projects:

  • Non-abelian symmetry and tensor networks, NSFC Junior Project: 11504014, 2016.01-2018.12
  • Quantum Manybody Computation Methods and Applications, NSFC Key Project: 11834014, 2019.01-2022.12
  • Thermal Tensor Networks for Frustrated Quantum Magnets, NSFC General Project: 11974036, 2020.01-2023.12

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Associate Professor

Quantum Many-body Physics

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Ph.D. Student

Correlated Electrons

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Ph.D. student

Quantum Magnets

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Correlated Electrons

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Master Student

Quantum Magnets

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Quantum Magnets

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Correlated Electrons

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Quantum Magnets

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Condensed Matter Theory

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Condensed Matter Theory

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Electronic Engineering

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Materials Science

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