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SUMMARY:Tensor Network based approaches to Quantum Many-Body Systems ICC
UB School 2021
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210927T063000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211001T160000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211020T133124Z
UID:indico-event-116@indico.icc.ub.edu
DESCRIPTION:European Tensor Network\n\nTensor networks provide a new parad
igm for describing quantum many body systems. Since the early years of qu
antum mechanics\, the quantum many body problem has been one of the main
driving forces in theoretical physics. In recent years\, a lot of progres
s has been made in unraveling the entanglement structure of correlated sys
tems\, which resulted in the study of quantum tensor networks which model
the entanglement degrees by local tensors. This had led to the development
of new numerical methods for simulating complex quantum systems and of ne
w analytic tools for classifying entangled and topological phases of matte
r.\n\nEurope has been at the center of this development\, and many groups
have since the last decade been building up expertise in the various aspec
ts of tensor networks\, including the development of novel numerical and a
nalytical approaches and in applying tensor networks to model experiments
in atomic physics and condensed matter. Giving the rapid growth of the fie
ld\, there is a strong incentive to build up a European network in which s
tudents and researchers can meet and exchange knowledge. \n\nICCUB School
2021\n\nThe aim of the school is to teach PhD students in an early career
stage the basics of tensor-product states as well as the most recent tech
nical developments. This is particularly important given the increasing nu
mber of groups working on this quickly evolving topic. The lectures will b
e given by researchers who work actively both on the development and the a
pplication of tensor-product state based methods.\n\nTopics include\n\n\n
Many-body entanglement\n Matrix-product states\n Projected entangled pair
states\n Multi-scale entanglement renormalization ansatz\n Time-dependen
t variational principle\n Tensor network renormalization\n Bulk boundary c
orrespondence\n Tensor networks for finite temperatures and dynamics\n Ten
sor networks as impurity solvers for dynamical mean field\n\n\nLecturers\n
\n\n Mari Carmen Bañuls (MPQ)\n Philippe Corboz (UVA)\n Johannes Hauschil
d (Berkley) \n Salvatore Manmana (Goettingen)\n Antoine Tilloy (MPQ)\n\n\
n\nWhen\n\nFrom Monday\, September 27\, 2021 to Friday\, October 1\, 2021\
n\nTeaching hours\n\nIn the same day\, participants will attend 2 theory l
ectures plus one tutorial.\n\n\n \n \n DAILY\n Time\n \n \n Morni
ng\n 9:00-12:30pm\n \n \n Afternoon\n 14:30-17:30pm\n \n \n\n\n
\n\nOrganizing Committee\n\nLuca Tagliacozzo (local organizer ICCUB Barcel
ona) \n\nFrank Verstraete (University of Ghent)\n\nNorberth Schuch (Unive
rsity of Vienna)\n\nFrank Pollmann (Technical University Munich)\n\n \n\n
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ndico.icc.ub.edu/event/116/
LOCATION:Parc Científic de Barcelona Auditori Antoni Caparrós
URL:https://indico.icc.ub.edu/event/116/
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