Tensor networks for constrained systems

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Dates: 16-18 October 2023
Venue: Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Constrained models appear as a toy models in various different contexts: rydberg atoms, supersymmetry on a lattice, non-abelian anyons, quantum dimer and quantum loop models, quantum scars, and lattice gauge theory. The aim of the workshop is to bring together experts from various communities working on these problems, to:

(i) initiate new collaborations, in particular cross-domain collaborations  
(ii) exchange ideas, methods and applications 
(iii) find the universal tensor-network approach suitable for most of the applications – a key challenge on the way to creating an open-source library for constrained models. 

Workshop Organiser
Natalia Chepiga, TU Delft

Confirmed speakers: Fabien Alet (CNRS), Mari Carmen Banuls (MPG), Jeanne Colbois (Toulouse), Philippe Corboz (UVA), Paul Fendley (Oxford), Juan P Garrahan (Nottingham), Igor Lesanovsky (Nottingham), Roderich Moessner (MPG), Zlatko Papic (Leeds), Kareljan Schoutens (UVA), Maksym Serbyn (IST Austria), Shobna Singh (Cardiff), Luca Tagliacozzo (CSIS)

Confirmed participants: Luke Causer (Nottingham), J-S Caux (UVA), Luisa Eck (Oxford), Felix Flicker (Cardiff), Marko Ljubotina (IST Austria), Samuel Nyckees (EPFL), Bowy la Riviere (TU Delft), Dirk Schuricht (Utrecht), Jose Soto Garcia (TU Delft), Laurens Vanderstraeten (Ghent)

Please note this is a closed meeting. Please contact iqtn@ucl.ac.uk with questions.