Computational Studies of Correlated Quantum Systems
Professor Efstratios Manousakis
Our group develops computational methods to study novel collective behavior in certain quantum many-body systems which arises because of strong correlations among the fundamental microscopic degrees of freedom.
Examples of such systems are:
The results of our work are published in research journals and can be found from this web page.
- Electrons in Solids
- Quantum Phase Transitions in Atomically-Thin Films
- Phase Transitions in Restricted Geometries--Finite Size Scaling
Our group has built a massively parallel cluster of 56 CPUs which is used to carry out such calculations.
|This is a picture of Zeus, our Beowulf cluster.
|Computational Methods||How Zeus is built|
|Modeling Copper-Oxide Superconductors||Confined Superfluids|
|Quantum Films||Other Systems|
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