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We are a group working on different aspects of quantum many-body physics in condensed matter and AMO systems. We are particularly interested in new aspects of many-body physics away from equilibrium. A focus of our group is open quantum systems with applications ranging from dissipative engineering of quantum phases to quantum information science.
Daniel's Time-reversal symmetry breaking and resurrection in driven-dissipative Ising models
With Jon et al. : Critical theory for the breakdown of photon blockade
Phys. Rev. Research
With Chris et al. : Singularities in nearly-uniform 1D condensates due to quantum diffusion
Daniel's long paper : Driven-dissipative Ising Model: An exact field-theoretical analysis
With Jad : Quantum aging and dynamical universality in the long-range O(N→∞) model
Phys. Rev. E
With Paraj : Non-equilibrium criticality in quench dynamics of infinite-range spin models
Phys. Rev. Lett.
With Jeremy et al.: Non-equilibrium fixed points of coupled Ising models
Phys. Rev. X
With Rex: On the nature of the non-equilibrium phase transition in the non-Markovian driven Dicke model
Phys. Rev. A
Favorite Graduate Teacher Award
Awarded 2018 & 2020
Won the Young Investigator Award
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Published in PRL: Nonequilibrium fluctuations may lead to a new magnetomechanical effect in topological insulators.
The letter is chosen as the Editor's Suggestion and is
Featured in Physics. See also the coverage here.
Daniel's first paper: Critical Dynamics of Weakly-Dissipative Driven Systems