Predicting materials properties by quantum Monte Carlo and machine learning techniques
A postdoctoral position at SISSA is available in the group of Prof. Sandro Sorella (http://people.sissa.it/~sorella/), starting date January 2020-June 2020.
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Emergent materials properties by quantum Monte Carlo and Machine Learning techniques
Integrable transport anomalies and the emergence of boundary resistances
Mario Collura, researcher in the Condensed Matter group at SISSA, recently published an article in Nature Communications about transport phenomena in two different integrable models joint together.
Valley Jahn-Teller effect in Twisted Bilayer Graphene
Mattia Angeli, PhD student in the Condensed Matter group at SISSA, recently published a paper in Pyhsical Review X with Erio Tosatti and Michele Fabrizio about electron-phonon effects in twisted bilayer graphene.
Dynamical spectra of frustrated magnets
Francesco Ferrari, PhD student in the Condensed Matter group at SISSA, and Federico Becca (Università di Trieste) recently published an article in Physical Review X in which the excitation spectrum of a frustrated spin model on the triangular lattice is computed by a variational Monte Carlo technique.
Topological quantization and gauge invariance of charge transport in liquid insulators
Federico Grasselli, post-doc in the Condensed Matter group at SISSA, and Prof. Stefano Baroni, published a paper in Nature Physics, providing a formal, quantum mechanical definition of oxidation states in liquid insulators.
Theory and Numerical Simulation of Heat Transport in Multicomponent Systems
Riccardo Bertossa, Federico Grasselli, Loris Ercole and Professor Stefano Baroni recently published a paper in Physical Review Letters about theory and numerical simulation of heat transport in multicomponent systems.
Photo-induced eta-pairing in the Hubbard model
Tomonori Shirakawa, post-doc in Condensed Matter group at SISSA, and Prof. Sandro Sorella recently published a paper in Physical Review Letters about the photo-induced eta-pairing in the Hubbard model.
Understanding the pairing mechanism for FeSe
Laura Fanfarillo, post-doc in Condensed Matter group at SISSA, recently published an article in npj Quantum Materials unveiling the pairing mechanism for FeSe high-temperature superconductor.