New PhDs Awarded
Computational physics group members Medha Soni, Michele Dolfi and Andreas Hehn have succesfully defended their PhD theses recently.
Recently, three computational physics group members have defended their theses.
Medha Soni defended her thesis on Investigation of exotic correlated states of matter in low dimension under the joint supervision of Matthias Troyer at ETH Zürich and Didier Poilblanc at the University of Toulouse.
Michele Dolfi defended his thesis on Dilute systems with the Density Matrix Renormalization Group: From Continuum to Lattice Models.
Andreas Hehn defended his thesis on Series Expansion Methods for Quantum Lattice Models.
We wish to extend big congratulations to all three members of our group in all the excellent work conducted and we wish them all the best in their future careers!