Anthony Bloch

Anthony Bloch

My main research interests include: Hamiltonian and Lagrangian mechanics, gradient flows and nonlinear and optimal control both in the smooth and discrete settings. I am interested in applications of gradient flows to image registration and the application of optimal...
Yang Yu

Yang Yu

Quantum many-body theory and algorithms for strongly correlated systems.
Yujie Liu

Yujie Liu

I use first-principles tools to investigate the electronic, excitonic, and optical properties in some intriguing materials such as semiconductors to make connections and give guidance to the relevant experiments.
Soumik Das

Soumik Das

My research involves developing new computational tools and techniques and applying them to quantum chemically simulate realistic chemical systems. Currently a third year Ph.D. candidate in the Chemistry Department.
Gokul Ravi

Gokul Ravi

Prof. Ravi’s research revolves around bringing together expertise from quantum computing, classical computing, and often from the sciences, to build toward a hybrid computing ecosystem for practical quantum advantage. Research thrusts include: Classical...
Brian Kiedrowski

Brian Kiedrowski

Prof. Kiedrowski’s research focuses on the development of advanced algorithms and software for the solution of the linearized Boltzmann equation applied to particle transport for a broad range of nuclear applications. Specific activities include the effective...
Venkat Viswanathan

Venkat Viswanathan

Prof. Venkat’s research is focusing on multi-scale differentiable computational simulations of electrochemical systems, machine learning guided optimization of energy materials, scientific foundation models and differentiable physical simulations.
Yang Zhang

Yang Zhang

Our research can be summarized in two words: Matter and Machine. On the Matter side, Z lab studies far-from-equilibrium physics. They synergistically combine and push the boundaries of statistical and stochastic thermodynamic theories, accelerated molecular...
Mackillo Kira

Mackillo Kira

Professor Kira develops systematic many-body and quantum-optics approaches to quantitatively analyze, guide, and explain contemporary experiments that study phenomena encountered in the broad field of quantum sciences.  His typical research effort involves extensive...