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Assistant Professor Huang, Yi-Ping


Assistant Professor
Huang, Yi-Ping

Personal website: Yi-Ping Huang
Group website: Quantum matter theory group
Office:03-5762574 (PHYS R517)
Condensed Matter Theory Group

  1. Ph. D. in Theoretical Condensed matter Physics University of Colorado at Boulder, USA (2012-2017)
  2. Master of science in Physics University of Colorado at Boulder, USA (2010-2012)
  3. Bachelar of Science in Physics National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan (2004-2008)
  Professional Experience
Current position:Assistant Professor, Physics department of National Tsing-Hua University (2021/02 - now )
  1. PSI-fellow, Paul Scherrer Institute Villigen, Switzerland (2019.09-2020.12)
  2. Guest Scientist, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems Dresden, Germany (2017.09-2019.09)
  Research Fields
  1. Condensed Matter Theory
  Research Interests

I am a theorist working in quantum matter. I am interested in both in and out-of-equilibrium physics where non-trivial many-body effects emerge. Related physics could appear in diverse systems including strongly correlated systems, quantum magnets, ultracold atoms ,and disorder systems. As the field is evolving rapidly, now it is a vivid interdisciplinary field gathering condensed matter theorists, high-energy physicists, quantum information researcher and synthetic quantum matter communities.

  Selected Publications
  1. [2019] "Dynamical quantum phase transitions in U(1) quantum link models." Yi-Ping Huang* , Debasish Banerjee, and Markus Heyl, Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 250401 ( 2019 )
  2. [2017] "Theory of quantum kagome ice and vison zero modes" Yi-Ping Huang* and Michael Hermele, Phys. Rev. B 95, 075130 ( 2017 )
  3. [2014] "Quantum Spin Ices and Topological Phases from Dipolar-Octupolar Doublets on the Pyrochlore Lattice" Yi-Ping Huang, Gang Chen, and Michael Hermele*, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 167203 ( 2014 )
  4. [2009] "Quantum phase diagrams of fermionic dipolar gases in a planar array of one-dimensional tubes" Yi-Ping Huang and Daw-Wei Wang*, Phys. Rev. A 80, 053610 ( 2009 )
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