Registration Open: Chiral Tensor Network Workshop, 12- 14 December 2023, Abingdon (Oxford)

We are pleased to open registration for a few extra places at this Workshop on Tensor Networks for Chiral Topological Phases supported by the International Quantum Tensor Network from 12-14 December 2023 at The Cosener’s House in Abingdon (near Oxford). There is a £100 registration fee for successful applicants to this meeting; please note that…
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Tensor network methods for non-Markovian open quantum systems: Report

This meeting recognised recent progress in a variety of approaches to describe the dynamic of systems coupled to realistic environments, for which Markovian approaches fail.  In particular, several methods have been developed that provide or make use of a tensor network representation of the “process tensor”, an object that contains the information required to predict…
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ETN Summer School: Report

The IQTN hosted the European Tensor Network (ETN) Summer School and Workshop at Cosner’s House in Abingdon in September. The meeting brought together 82 post-grad and PhD students with more senior academics for an intensive week of lectures, research seminars and posters, and coding in the gardens.   From the basics of tensor network algorithms to their implementation…
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3rd IQTN plenary meeting: Reflections

The third plenary meeting of the IQTN took place in the beautiful grounds of the TUM Akademiezentrum Raitenhaslach in the town of Burghausen. The meeting was co-organised by Frank Pollmann, and generously hosted and supported by TUM. 90 people attended in person with 60 joining virtually. A wide set of topics were discussed at the…
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Report of “Tensor networks for quantum many-body dynamics”

The workshop “Tensor networks for quantum many-body dynamics: from ergodicity breaking to dynamical phases of matter”, organised by Maksym Serbyn and Zlatko Papic, took place in Edinburgh between 25 and 28 June 2023. The workshop brought together experts on tensor networks who brainstormed novel analytical approaches for understanding quantum dynamics as well as state-of-the-art numerical…
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Report of “Quantum circuits and non-equilibrium dynamics”

The workshop “Quantum circuits and non-equilibrium dynamics”, organised by Bruno Bertini, Juan P. Garrahan, Adam Smith, and Austen Lamacraft, took place in Cambridge from the 17th to the 19th of April 2023.  The workshop involved 27 participants and its main aims were to: (i) Help maintain and expand UK leadership in this area; (ii) Provide…
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2nd IQTN plenary meeting: videos now available

We are delighted to announce that the recordings of speaker presentations are now available to view here via the Simons Foundation website. Presentations are available where we have received speaker consent to share. Please note all videos include auto-generated closed captions.

2nd IQTN plenary meeting: Reflections

The second meeting of IQTN took place in New York City from 1-3 March to great success. The meeting was co-organised by Miles Stoudenmire, and generously hosted and supported by the Flatiron Institute’s Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ). 90 attended in-person, with a further 80 joining virtually from locations across the world. After welcome…
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Report of “Numerical methods for many-body open quantum systems”

The workshop “Numerical methods for many-body open quantum systems” took place in Dundee on 9th and 10th January 2023, with 44 participants. The meeting was organised by Brendon Lovett and Jonathan Keeling from St Andrews University and Peter Kirton from the University of Strathclyde. This meeting was inspired by a sequence of similar meetings that…
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Applications open for IQTN’s 3rd plenary meeting

Applications are now open for the third plenary meeting of the International Quantum Tensor Network, from 26-28 July at TUM Akademiezentrum Raitenhaslach. This is a joint meeting with the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The program will feature sessions on a range of topics, including open quantum systems, tensor networks for gauge theories, and quantum…
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