I am a computational condensed matter physicist with an interest in simulations of exotic phases of strongly correlated quantum systems. The focus of my work is on topological phases of matter which may host the necessary ingredients to build a quantum computer based on topological quantum computation. I study these systems using a variety of numerical approaches, including exact diagonalization, tensor network states, and Quantum Monte Carlo.
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- M.B. Hastings, D. Wecker, B. Bauer, and M. Troyer, Improving Quantum Algorithms for Quantum Chemistry, in arXiv, 6 March 2014.