Hands-on Tensor Networks
This lecture will be given by Professor Kennes.
In this hands-on course about the density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) the students will learn and implement their own version of a modern DMRG code set up in the natural language of matrix product states (one incarnation of a tensor network). We will write usable code for questions of topical research interest such as for non-equilibrium time-evolution and finite temperature in (quasi) one-dimensional systems, which are at the frontiers of research today. The goal of this course is to teach the details of DMRG -- a powerful numerical method in the fields of contemporary condensed matter physics, cold quantum gases and beyond -- as well as provide every participant with a fully functioning implementation of this tool.
|Wed 2.30pm - 4pm||Online||14.04.2021 - 21.07.2021|
|Wed 4.30pm - 6pm||Online||14.04.2021 - 21.07.2021|
|Thu 2.30pm - 4pm||Online||15.04.2021 - 22.07.2021|