About

I am a researcher in quantum information theory based at the Institut für Theoretische Physik, Leibniz Universität Hannover. I am interested in quantum information theory and complex quantum systems.

Inspired by the recent discussions (see, eg., Michael Nielsen’s blog postings) surrounding open science I decided to start a weblog containing my research notes. I intend to post my notes on my various research projects along with some expository material. It is my hope that this weblog can become a forum for open discussion and research. Thus I would like to invite you to comment, contribute, and collaborate! If you make any progress on the ideas or open problems discussed on this site then please let me know via the comments: I am more than happy for anything here to become a joint project, the more the merrier!

4 Responses to About

  1. William Lee says:

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  2. Tobias Osborne says:

    I like your blog. I am really in to math even though I am only 14 and Maybe one day I will discover new things like you are doing. :).

  3. rukhsan says:

    Hello Sir
    i am a phd student working in condesed matter physics
    i thank you for the sharing your lecture notes on variational principles in quantum mechanics.
    they proved to be very helpful in understanding many things .
    particularly they helped to get a better understanding of DMRG.
    i would like to know whether renormalization procedure itself can be thought in terms of variational principle?
    best regards
    rukhsan
    ps can i have your mail id!

    • tobiasosborne says:

      Dear rukhsan,

      Many thanks for your email and your interest!

      To answer your question: “i would like to know whether renormalization procedure itself can be thought in terms of variational principle?”

      I think the answer is not clear at the moment: some RG schemes are like variational principles, but, e.g., Wilson’s original momentum space RG is not obviously connected. So there is still work to do to find a connection…

      Sincerely,
      Tobias

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