Hi, I am a computational physicist with a background in quantum computing and condensed matter physics.
I earned a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Cologne and deepened my research expertise for several years as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto. I am now pursuing my interests in the quantum computing industry. You can meet me on LinkedIn or learn more about my work on Github or Google Scholar.
I am passionate about the development of elegant code that pushes the limits of modern computational science, drawing on my expertise in software development and high-performance computing. I firmly believe that scientific software should be sustainable and outlive its original scientific context of creation. Only then can it serve as a catalyst to accelerate research in a time where state-of-the-art computational algorithms can sometimes be intimidatingly complex to implement.
One showcase of my work is the SpinParser project [SciPost Phys. Codebases 5 (2022)] that enables researchers around the world to perform highly efficient functional renormalization group studies on quantum magnetism, with code written in modern C++ and capable of leveraging high-performance computing platforms with thousands of compute cores. I have also published a versatile Monte Carlo package in the Julia programming language, SpinMC.jl, that is tailored to advance research on classical frustrated magnetism and has lead to numerous publications in the field.
Simulating time evolution on distributed quantum computers
Pre-thermalization via self-driving and external driving of extensive subsystems
Order by disorder in classical kagome antiferromagnets with chiral interactions
The SpinParser software for pseudofermion functional renormalization group calculations on quantum magnets
Codebase release 1.0 for SpinParser
Coherent Helicity-Dependent Spin-Phonon Oscillations in the Ferromagnetic van der Waals Crystal CrI3
Exchange interactions and spin dynamics in the layered honeycomb ferromagnet CrI3
Dynamical signatures of rank-2 U(1) spin liquids
Functional renormalization group study of the Kitaev-Gamma model on the honeycomb lattice and emergent incommensurate magnetic correlations
Nematic order driven by superconducting correlations
Molecular dipoles in designer honeycomb lattices
Classical magnetic vortex liquid and large thermal Hall conductivity in frustrated magnets with bond-dependent interactions
Fingerprints of Kitaev physics in the magnetic excitations of honeycomb iridates
Domes of Tc in superconductors with finite-range attractive interactions
Emergence and stability of spin-valley entangled quantum liquids in moiré heterostructures
A Functional Renormalization Group Perspective on Quantum Spin Liquids in Three-Dimensional Frustrated Magnets
Functional renormalization group for frustrated magnets with nondiagonal spin interactions
Spin-orbit entangled j=1/2 moments in Ba2CeIrO6: A frustrated fcc quantum magnet
Quantum spin liquids in frustrated spin-1 diamond antiferromagnets
Functional renormalization group approach to SU(N) Heisenberg models: Real-space RG at arbitrary N
Functional renormalization group approach to SU(N) Heisenberg models: Momentum-space RG for the large-N limit
Competing magnetic orders and spin liquids in two- and three-dimensional kagome systems: Pseudo-fermion functional renormalization group perspective