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The research in the quantum theory group headed by Frank Verstraete is focused on the study of entanglement in many-body quantum systems. In recent years, it has indeed been discovered that the theory of entanglement, originally developed in the context of quantum information theory, has the potential to revolutionize the way many-body wavefunctions can be understood.

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11.04.2018
 

Our publication on Global Anomaly Detection in Two-Dimensional Symmetry-Protected Topological Phases was published in Physical Review Letters.

25.01.2018
 

Our publication on Variational optimization algorithms for uniform matrix product states was published in Physical Review B.

08.12.2017
 

Our publication on Fermionic projected entangled-pair states and topological phases was published in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and...

01.12.2017
 

Our publication on Real-time simulation of the Schwinger effect with matrix product states was published in Physical Review D.

17.10.2017
 

Our publication on Condensation-driven phase transitions in perturbed string nets was published in Physical Review B.

15.08.2017
 

Our publication on Renormalization Bridging Perturbative Expansions with Tensor Networks was published in Physical Review Letters.

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