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Niels Billiet and Daria Tolstykh from GQCG are currently visiting the quantum group at UNB, working on Machine Learning methods in quantum chemisty. Financial support from NBIF RAI program for Daria's internship is greatly appreciated

27 jun 2019 :: #gqcg #wearetherobots #nbif

Unitary Birkhoff

Our paper on the Birkhoff theorem for doubly stochastic unitary matrices of prime-power dimension got published. Thanks to the anonymous referee for strenthening the structure of the paper.

Joint work with Alex De Vos.

26 jun 2019 :: #birkhofftheorem #whosthatwriting

PhD & Postdocs

There are opportunities for a PhD student phd and postdoctoral associate phd to join our group at UNB.

27 jan 2019 :: #phd #postdoc #unb

xyz richardson-gaudin

Our paper on the most general parametrizaiton of the XYZ Richardson-Gaudin Hamiltonian in the presence of an arbitrary magnetic field is published as a letter in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical.

Interestingly, everything can be understood in the framework of the eigenvalue-based formalism.

Joint work with Pieter Claeys, Claude Dimo and Alexandre Faribault

27 jan 2019 :: #centralspin #xyz #richardson-gaudin #whosthatwriting

University of New Brunswick

Starting April 2019, I will join the Department of Chemistry at the University of New Brunswick as a Canada Research Chair, Tier 2. Can't wait to start this exciting new chapter!

A big thanx for all those who made this possible!

unb

New possibilities for MSc/PhD students and postdoctoral researchers will be communicated shortly.

06 jan 2019 :: #unb #crc #chemistry

Unitary Birkhoff

Last week, our paper on a new episode of the Birkhoff theorem for doubly stochastic unitary matrices appeared on the arxiv. It presents an efficient Birkhoff decomposition for unitary matrices of a prime-power dimension pw with the number of terms in the expansion not exceeding the order of the general affine group GA(w,p).

Joint work with Alex De Vos.

All comments are welcome!

02 jan 2019 :: #birkhofftheorem #whosthatwriting

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