We aim to develop efficient numerical techniques and cold-atom quantum simulation methods, and explore emergent macroscopic properties of many-body systems, particularly including phase transitions and critical phenomena. Our research activities mainly include:
Monte Carlo Methods
Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena
Quantum Simulation Theory
- Adaptive multi-GPU Exchange Monte Carlo for the 3D Random Field Ising Model. Computer Physics Communications 205, 48-60 (2016).
- Emergent O(n) symmetry in a series of three-dimensional Potts models. Physical Review B 94, 104402 (2016).
- Equivalent-neighbor Potts models in two dimensions. Physical Review E 94, 052103 (2016).
- Ground-state phase diagram of the repulsive fermionic t−t′ Hubbard model on the square lattice from weak coupling. Physical Review B 94, 085106 (2016).
- No-Enclave Percolation Corresponds to Holes in the Cluster Backbone. Physical Review Letters 117, 185701 (2016).
- Observation of Coupled Vortex Lattices in a Mass-Imbalance Bose and Fermi Superfluid Mixture. Physical Review Letters 117, 145301 (2016).
- Realization of two-dimensional spin-orbit coupling for Bose-Einstein condensates. Science 354, 83-88 (2016).
- Spin-Ice State of the Quantum Heisenberg Antiferromagnet on the Pyrochlore Lattice. Physical Review Letters 116, 177203 (2016).
- Trapping centers at the superfluid–Mott-insulator criticality: Transition between charge-quantized states. Physical Review B 94, 220502 (2016).
- Clique percolation in random graphs. Physical Review E 92, 042116 (2015).