Our research interests lie at the interface of quantum information science, condensed matter physics and quantum optics. We investigate quantum phenomena in systems with many interacting particles and their applications for quantum technologies. We develop theoretical tools to solve problems that aim to bring in an improved understanding of quantum many-body systems and are relevant to a number of current experimental platforms, such as cold atom, cavity QED systems, NV centers, and superconducting circuits. In our research, we also employ a variety of numerical approaches, such as matrix product state/operator based methods, phase space methods, BBGKY hierarchy, cluster expansion, stochastic methods and machine learning.
Some topics currently we are studying include: i) Quantum dynamics in strongly interacting quantum systems and robust generation of quantum entangled states; ii) Many-body phenomena in Floquet systems and open quantum systems; iii) Algorithms for solving complex quantum systems.