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Theoretical description of nonequilibrium behavior in charge density wave
(Georgetown University, 2013)
The fast development of time resolved photoemission (TRPES) techniques allow us to discover the rich features of nonequilibrium phenomena which may not appear in equilibrium. One of the most explored topics is the ...
Static and dynamic properties of strongly correlated lattice models under electric fields (Dynamical Mean Field Theory approach)
(Georgetown University, 2014)
In this thesis we study the Falicov-Kimball model within the framework of Dynamical
Theoretical studies for experimental implementation of quantum computing with trapped ions
(Georgetown University, 2016)
Certain quantum many-body physics problems, such as the transverse field Ising model are intractable on a classical computer, meaning that as the number of particles grows, or spins, the amount of memory and computational ...
Numerical Studies of Correlated Lattice Systems in One and Two Dimensions
(Georgetown University, 2015)
We use numerical linked cluster expansions (NLCEs) to study correlated lattice systems in one and two dimensions. For fermions in the honeycomb lattice, we study its finite-temperature properties and short-range spin ...
Hong Ou Mandel Interferometer: A Quantum Measurement Tool
(Georgetown University, 2012)
Quantum computing research has been around for several decades, since it was first proposed by Richard Feynman. Many efforts have been made to utilize quantum systems in creation of new computing devices in the recent ...