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Numerical Methods for Strongly Correlated Physics Focus Group
Coordinator : 陳鴻宜教授 (Prof. Hong-Yi Chen(NTNU))
Committee members : 林瑜琤 教授(Prof. Y. C. Lin(NCCU)), 高英哲教授 (Prof. Ying-Jer Kao(NTU)), 陳永忠教授(Prof. Yung-Chung Chen(THU)), 陳柏中教授 (Professor Po-Chung Chen(NTHU)) , 陳穎叡教授(Prof.Yiing-Rei Chen(NTNU)), 關肇正教授(Prof. Chao-Cheng Kaun (AS))
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Collaborations

  • Ting-Kuo Lee (AS), Chang-Ming Ho (TKU), Chi-Tin Shih (THU) and their collaborators: Tao Xiang (Chin Acad Sci, Beijing), Fu-Chun Zhang (Chinese U, HK) are working together on the problems of high-Tc superconductors.
  • Ming-Che Chang (NTNU) and his collaborator: Qian Niu (U Texas, Austin) are working together on the problems of spin Hall effect.
  • Chung-Hou Chung (NCTU) and his collaborators: Walter Hofstetter (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-U), Gergely Zarand (U Karlsruhe), Matthias Vojta (U Karlsruhe), K. Ingerson (U Florida) and etc. are working together on the problems of quantum dots.
  • Yong-Chung Chen (THU) and his collaborator: Fabian Heidrich-Meisner (ORNL) are working together on applying DMRG method in the quantum spin systems.
  • Ying-Jer Kao (NTU) and his collaborator: Anders Sanvik (Boston U) are working together on the effects of doped impurities on several spin models; development of several numerical methods for the application in the strongly correlated systems.
  • Ying-Jer Kao (NTU) and his collaborators: Roger Melko (U Waterloo), Stefan Wessel (U Sttugart) are working together on the supersolid states in the lattice boson models.
  • Ying-Jer Kao (NTU) and his collaborators: Yong-Baek Kim (U Toronto), Hae-Young Kee (U Toronto), Michel Gingras (U Waterloo) are working together on various aspects of frustrated systems.
  • Hsi-Sheng Goan (NTU) and his collaborators: Gerard J. Milburn (U Queensland), Choo Hiap Oh (U Singapore), Xiao-Zhong Yuan (Shanghai Jiao Tong U), Xin-Qi Li (Chin Acad of Sci, Beijing) are working together on the general problems of quantum computing.