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2010-2013 Postdoctoral Fellow
Condensed Matter Physics
412A Jadwin Hall
Understanding non equilibrium properties of interacting quantum systems is a fundamental open problem in modern condensed matter physics. Non-equilibrium phenomena arise in many different physical situations which are currently of great experimental and theoretical interest, including transport at nanoscale, cold atoms in optical lattices and strongly correlated materials probed with modern time-resolved spectroscopies.
My research has been so far devoted to investigate two main issues in this context: non equilibrium effects in quantum transport through biased quantum impurity models and the non equilibrium dynamics in the fermionic Hubbard model after a sudden change of the interaction, a so called quantum quench. To address these problems I used and developed both numerical and analytical approaches such as the Real-Time Diagrammatic Monte Carlo method to solve quantum impurity models and the time dependent variational method.
- Quantum Quenches in the Hubbard Model: Time dependent mean field theory and the role of quantum fluctuations
M. Schiro' and M. Fabrizio Phys. Rev. B83, 165105 (2011)
- Time Dependent Mean Field Theory for Quench Dynamics in Correlated Electron Systems
M. Schiro' and M. Fabrizio Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 076401 (2010)
- Real-time dynamics in quantum impurity models with diagrammatic Monte Carlo
M. Schiro', Phys. Rev. B81, 085126 (2010).
- Real-Time Diagrammatic MonteCarlo for Non-Equilibrium Quantum Transport
M. Schiro' and M. Fabrizio, Phys. Rev. B79, 153302 (2009).