Two topics in quantum physics: random matrices and non-Abelian statistics
Aurelien Grabsch
Lorentz Institute, University of Leiden
Fri, Feb. 07th 2020, 16:30-17:30
Salle Claude Itzykson, Bât. 774, Orme des Merisiers

In this talk, I will give an overview of the different topics I have been interested in over the past few years. It will be structured around my two main lines of research, which I have started to investigate during my PhD and postdoc. Both parts will consist of an introduction to the topic, followed by a brief description of the main questions I have been working on, and the corresponding results that I have obtained.
The first part will focus on applications of random matrix theory in different fields of theoretical physics, mainly centered around quantum scattering.
In the next part I will describe my second main topic of interest: the manipulation and detection of excitations with unusual exchange statistics (non-Abelian anyons) in condensed matter systems.
I will conclude by presenting possible extensions of these works, as well as the new topics I would like to investigate in the future.

Contact : Marco SCHIRO


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