Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
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Eddy Ardonne

works at Stockholm University on various aspects of topological phases of matter.

Jens Eisert

works at the FU Berlin. He is interested in various aspects of quantum many-body theory and quantum information. He works on tensor networks, quantum many-body systems out of equilibrium and topological order.

Florian Hebenstreit

is an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University, working on fermion production in gauge theories (

Tom Iadecola

is a KITP graduate fellow from Boston University, working on correlated topological phases both in and out of equilibrium.

Kasia Krajewska

is at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, working on strong-field QED processes.

Masaki Oshikawa

works at Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP), University of Tokyo. His main virtue is the laziness which motivates him to find an argument as simple as possible.

Dian Peng

is at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a graduate student of Professor Starace's group.

Liang-You Peng

is from the School of Physics, Peking University, Beijing, China. His research interest focuses on dynamics of few-electron atomic and molecular systems, triggered and/or probed by attosecond and/or femtosecond pulses. Research Group Website:

Tzu-Chieh Wei

is at the C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics and Department of Physics and Astronomy at Stony Brook University. He is interested in interdisciplinary topics in quantum information and condensed-matter physics. Recently he has been working on topological phases from the perspective of tensor network, quantum entanglement, and quantum computation.

Masahiko G. Yamada

is a graduate student in the Oshikawa group at Institute for Solid State Phisics (ISSP), University of Tokyo. Mostly working with a realization of topological order in real materials, such as metal-organic frameworks.