Invited Speakers

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  • Fabien Alet
    Laboratoire de Physique Théorique/Toulouse, France

    Accessing localization properties of many-body systems with quantum Monte Carlo
  • Fakher Assaad
    Universität Würzburg, Germany

    Phase diagram of the Kane-Mele Hubbard model
  • Kevin Beach
    University of Alberta, Canada

    Resonating-valence-bond trial wave functions (and beyond) for frustrated quantum magnets
  • Leticia Cugliandolo
    Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, France

    From Brownian dynamics to impurity motion in 1D quantum liquids
  • Ferenc Iglói
    Wigner Research Centre/Budapest, Hungary

    Random quantum magnets in d >= 2 dimensions: critical behavior and entanglement entropy
  • Ribhu Kaul
    University of Kentucky, USA

    Fate of CP^{N-1} fixed points with q-monopoles
  • Naoki Kawashima
    University of Tokyo, Japan

    Quantum phase transition in SU(N) J-Q Heisenberg model
  • Andreas Läuchli
    Universität Innsbruck, Austria

    Entanglement spectroscopy of quantum matter
  • Ting-Kuo Lee
    Academia Sinica, Taiwan

    Recent new progress on variational approach for strongly correlated t-J model
  • Ian McCulloch
    University of Queensland, Australian

    Time evolution and locality in tensor networks
  • Roger G. Melko
    University of Waterloo, Canada

    Entanglement at quantum critical points in two dimensions
  • Roman Orús
    Universität Mainz, Germany

    2D topological order: robustness and multipartite entanglement
  • Lode Pollet
    LMU München, Germany

    Lattice modulation of a two-dimensional superfluid: could it be … the Higgs particle?
  • Frank Pollmann
    Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Germany

    Topological phases in gapped edges of fractionalized systems
  • David Poulin
    Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

    The search for a new, self-correcting phase of matter
  • Heiko Rieger
    Universität des Saarlandes, Germany

    The two-dimensional disordered Bose-Hubbard model: phase diagrams and new applications
  • Norbert Schuch
    RWTH Aachen, Germany

    Characterizing topological order in Projected Entangled Pair States
  • Arnab Sen
    Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme, Germany

    Low-energy excitations of near-critical 2D antiferromagnets
  • Rajiv R.P. Singh
    University of California/Davis, USA

    Yb2Ti2O7 a model Quantum Spin Ice
  • Tzu-Chieh Wei
    State University of New York/Stony Brook, USA

    Universal quantum computation with AKLT states
  • Tao Xiang
    Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

    Tensor renormalization and its application in the critical systems
  • Sungkit Yip
    Academia Sinica, Taiwan

    Order parameter and surface states for superconducting Cu:Bi2Se3
  • A. Peter Young
    University of California/Santa Cruz, USA

    Numerical studies of Adiabatic Quantum Computing applied to optimization and graph isomorphism problems

Organizing committee

Pochung Chen 陳柏中
National Tsing Hua University
Yu-Cheng Lin 林瑜琤
National Chengchi University
Ying-Jer Kao 高英哲
National Taiwan University
Anders W. Sandvik
Boston University