A major effort of the CCQ is the development and support of high quality open-source software for quantum many-body physics research. Making software which is reliable, efficient, and productive accelerates discovery and fosters scientific consensus and reproducibility.
The CCQ is currently home to two major libraries and is nurturing the development of codes in areas including embedding methods, tensor networks, and quantum Monte Carlo.
Olivier Parcollet, Ph.D.Senior Research Scientist, CCQ
Olivier Parcollet joined the Flatiron Institute in 2018. His research focuses on the physics of quantum materials where strong electron-electron interactions lead to remarkable physical properties, as seen for example in the high-temperature cuprate superconductors.Read more
Angel Rubio, Ph.D.Distinguished Research Scientist, CCQ
Angel Rubio will spend part of the year at the Center for Computational Quantum Physics as a distinguished research scientist. He is the managing director of the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter and the director of its theory department. He…Read more
Miles Stoudenmire, Ph.D.Research Scientist, CCQ
Miles Stoudenmire joined the Flatiron Institute in fall 2017. His work involves the development and application of algorithms for studying many interacting quantum particles by means of a compressed description of their collective states, known as a tensor network. He is the lead developer of…Read more