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    • Augmenting Quantum Mechanics with Artificial Intelligence 

      Torlai, Giacomo (University of Waterloo, 2018-12-04)
      The simulation of quantum matter with classical hardware plays a central role in the discovery and development of quantum many-body systems, with far-reaching implications in condensed matter physics and quantum technologies. ...
    • Explorations in machine learning for interacting many-body systems. 

      Schulz-Beach, Jonathon Matthew (University of Waterloo, 2020-09-03)
      Most interacting many-body systems in physics are not analytically solvable. Instead, numerical methods are needed for the study of these complex and high-dimensional problems. At present, there are many interesting problems ...
    • Machine Learning and Optimization Techniques for Trapped-ion Quantum Simulators 

      Teoh, Yi Hong (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-31)
      In recent years, quantum simulators have been the focus of intense research due to their potential in unraveling the inner workings of complex quantum systems. The exponential scaling of the Hilbert space of quantum systems ...
    • Neural networks and quantum many-body physics: exploring reciprocal benefits. 

      Golubeva, Anna (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-03)
      One of the main reasons why the physics of quantum many-body systems is hard lies in the curse of dimensionality: The number of states of such systems increases exponentially with the number of degrees of freedom ...
    • Periodically-driven quantum many-body systems, many-body localization and machine learning 

      Ponte, Pedro (University of Waterloo, 2018-03-09)
      Despite the exponentially large amount of information required in the quantum description of many-body systems, finite size numerical simulations have paved the way for recent progress in the understanding of quantum phases ...
    • Probing universality with entanglement entropy via quantum Monte Carlo 

      Kulchytskyy, Bohdan (University of Waterloo, 2019-08-30)
      Our understanding of physical phenomena hinges on finding universal core mechanisms that unite them. The concept of universality is deeply ingrained in the study of quantum many-body systems. At zero temperature, microscopically ...
    • Simulating quantum matter through lattice field theories 

      Hayward Sierens, Lauren (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-16)
      Quantum many-body systems are comprised of complex networks of microscopic interactions that work together to produce novel collective phases and phenomena. For strongly-interacting systems, the connection between the ...

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