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Neaples, 2018

Giuseppe De Tomasi

Condensed Matter Physics
Quantum Information Theory

My research is driven by recent advancements in controlled experimental techniques, such as ultracold atoms in optical lattices, trapped ions, and superconducting qubits, which are fundamental building blocks for future quantum computing platforms. I aim to understand the emergent quantum phases of matter in many-body systems out of equilibrium, a problem of central importance in both theoretical physics and future quantum technologies. To this end, I like combining numeric and analytic tools from quantum-information theory, quantum-chaos, and random-matrix theory. 


Research Interests

  • Quantum information theory

  • Ergodicity breaking in classical and quantum systems

  • Anderson-localization in hierarchical structures

  • Multifractality in disordered quantum systems

  • Transport and dynamics in quantum systems out of equilibrium

  • Frustrated magnetism/Quantum Spin-Liquid

  • Open/Non-Hermitian quantum systems

  • Measurement-induced quantum phase transitions 

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