We are pleased to inform you that the Winter School on Tensor Network Methods for Quantum Many-Body Systems is going to be held on 29-30 Bahman 1399.
The School is hosted by the Department of Physics of the Sharif University of Technology and will be Online.
The deadline for registration is 20 Bahman 1399.
Tensor networks provide a new paradigm for describing quantum many-body systems. Since the early years of quantum mechanics, the quantum many-body problem has been one of the main driving forces in theoretical physics. In recent years, a lot of progress has been made in unraveling the entanglement structure of correlated systems, 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 new analytic tools for classifying entangled and topological phases of matter.
The aim of the school is to teach young PhD students, postdocs, and interested researchers the basics of tensor-product states as well as the most recent technical developments.
To register, please visit the school's website: http://physics.sharif.edu/~winterschool/
For more information please visit the school's homepage or view the attached poster.
Please share this email with your students, colleagues, and whoever you think might be interested.
Saeed Jahromi (Donostia International Physics Center, San Sebastián, Spain)
Reza Haghshenas (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena CA, USA)
S. Akbar Jafari
S. Abdolhassan Vaezi
(Sharif University of Technology)poster