I got my Ph.D. in 2014 jointly with Farhad Masoudi, Mehdi Kargarian and Kai. P. Schmidt. I did postdocs at the Sharif University of Technology (with Abdollah Langari) and Donostia International Physics Center (with Roman Orus). I was also a guest researcher in EPFL (Frédéric Mila‘s group) and the Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, IPM (School of Nano Science). In April. 2021 I moved to the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences (IASBS) as an Assistant Professor of Condensed Matter Physics. I am also a Quantum Scientist at Multiverse Computing.
I am a theoretical condensed matter physicist. My field of research and interest involves the study of quantum many-body systems, topologically ordered phases and their application in quantum information theory, frustrated magnetism and spin liquids, entanglement, quantum criticality, and quantum phase transition in low-dimensional systems. I mostly use theoretical and numerical methods such as Tensor Network methods, High-order Series Expansion, Exact Diagonalization, and Monte Carlo. I am also interested in various applications of Quantum Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Quantum Programming, and Quantum Optimization for solving challenging problems.
Department of Physics
Institute for Advanced Studies
in Basic Sciences (IASBS)
Zanjan 45137-66731, Iran
Phone: +98 24 3315 2247
We have research projects at all levels for Master and PhD students.
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My office is located in Physics building, Room 247.
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Project: Quantum phase transition in frustrated Heisenberg model on the Kagome stripe with tensor network
Co-Supervised with Dr. J. Abouie
Project: Stydying Kekule-Kitaev spin liquids with tensor network
Project: Thermodynamics of Kitaev quantum spin liquids
Project: Thermodynamics of 1d extended Bose-Hubbard model via tensor network
Project: Tensor neural networks for capturing quantum phase transitions