Emerging quantum technologies will potentially transform important technological areas such as computing, communication, and sensing. What fascinates us as physicists is that many phenomena that arise when many particles interact at the quantum level are still poorly understood. Nevertheless these phenomena, such as entanglement, are what actually makes quantum devices potentially so powerful, and their better understanding is thus key. Towards this goal we develop analytical and numerical tools to model and simulate quantum many-body systems and search for efficient ways to prepare and probe interesting quantum states of matter.

Certifying and quantifying entanglement in experimental data

Understanding the dynamics of disordered quantum spins

Using neural networks as efficient quantum state representations