Bo Xiao, Ph.D.

Oak Ridge National Lab
Flatiron Research Fellow, CCQ (2020-2023), Flatiron Institute
A portrait photo of Bo Xiao.

Bo Xiao joined the Center for Computational Quantum Physics as a research fellow in 2020.  His research is intricately focused on the exploration of exotic quantum states of matter and the complex collective behaviors in quantum many-body systems.  He is also deeply involved in simulating the dynamics of interacting quantum systems and meticulously benchmarking the performance of quantum circuits.  He is adept at developing and applying advanced computational methods, notably quantum Monte Carlo and tensor networks algorithms.  He earned his PhD in physics from University of California Davis in 2020. During his PhD, Bo worked on understanding effects of electron-phonon interactions in strongly interacting quantum systems using quantum Monte Carlo and machine learning approaches.

Advancing Research in Basic Science and MathematicsSubscribe to Flatiron Institute announcements and other foundation updates