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Open RQC colloquium. Lecture 10


The tenth lecture Quantum Monte Carlo methods: can we simulate a many-body quantum system on smartphone? in "Open RQC colloquium" will be held in National University of Science and Technology MISIS (Moscow, Leninskiy prospekt 4), lecture hall № Б-636 (5th floor), on 28th of October at 10:00 a.m by prof. Alexey Rubtsov, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Quantum Center, N.L. Dukhov VNIIA.


Abstract

While quantum simulators are still to be created, physicists work intensively on the new methods to simulate quantum phenomena with classical computing devices. For modeling the correlated many-body systems and materials, so-called Quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) algorithms are used. We will uncover the main ideas used in the contemporary QMC calculations, and give some examples of practical calculations. Currently unsolved problem of the QMC modeling of quantum dynamics will be specially addressed.

Biography

After receiving his Ph.D from Moscow State University in 1996, Prof. Alexey Rubtsov expertized in the condensed matter theory, focusing on the correlated quantum systems. In 2005, he pioneered in the development of the first continuous-time Quantum Monte Carlo (ct-QMC) algorithm for the so-called Anderson impurity problem. Nowadays ct-QMC codes are included in all standard QMC packages and at the heart of the realistic modeling of correlated materials. Later, he developed the methods of how to describe collective excitations in correlated media. Alexey runs a research group at Russian Quantum Center, and simultaneously holds the professorship at Moscow State University. In 2016, he was elected as Russian Academy of Sciences Professor.

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