My research interests are centered on the physics of strongly interacting many-body quantum systems including cold atomic gases, quantum spin systems, quantum dots and quantum wires. The overall goal is to develop new nonperturbative theoreticals methods for the calculation of experimentally relevant quantities. I am interested in both equilibrium as well as out-of-equilibrium phenomena.
My main recent contribution has been the development of the ABACUS algorithm for dynamical correlation functions of integrable models, which has been applied to spin chains and atomic gases.
You can find most of my publications listed here.