I’m a computational condensed matter physicist. My primary interest is in exotic phase transitions and quantum many-body states, but I am also interested in unusual applications of classical statistical physics, such as the motion of public transportation vehicles. I have extensive experience using quantum Monte Carlo, but I have recently branched out into tensor network methods. Currently I’m working on a study of field-induced excitations near a deconfined quantum critical point and I’m helping to develop uni10, a tensor network library. I did my PhD with Anders Sandvik at Boston University and I am now a postdoc in Ying-Jer Kao‘s group at National Taiwan University. I am also a member of the Executive Board of the APS Forum on Early Career Scientists.
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Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department of Physics
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
PhD in Physics, Boston University (January 2018)
MA in Physics, Boston University (2014)
BS in Physics, summa cum laude, Ithaca College (2011)