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Christopher Bishop
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Tennessee- Knoxville
Office: South College Room 301
Email: cbisho12@utk.edu
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Research Interests:
I am currently a PhD student at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville studying Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and will be defending Summer 2017. My research interests are in strongly correlated materials and computational physics. My current research involves using Classical Monte Carlo simulations to study the magnetic and structural properties of iron-based superconductors. My computational interests include parallel programming with multiple-CPU's using MPI and OpenMP and with GPU's using CUDA and OpenACC. This includes using these methods along with parallel Linear algebra libraries such as SCALAPACK, PLASMA, and MAGMA. 

More recently I have begun studying Machine Learning and Deep Learning techniques using Python and TensorFlow. My work involving these topics can be found on my github page.


Publications:

'Possible Bicollinear Nematic State with Monoclinic Lattice Distortions in Iron Telluride Compounds ', C. B. Bishop, J. Herbrych, Elbio Dagotto, and Adriana Moreo.  Phys. Rev. B 96, 035144 (2017)  (PDF)

'Bicollinear Antiferromagnetic Order, Monoclinic Distortion, and Reversed Resistivity Anisotropy in FeTe as a Result of Spin-Lattice Coupling ', C.B. Bishop, A. Moreo, E. Dagotto.  Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 117201 (2016)  (PDF)

"Study of the Orbital-Selective Mott Phases of a One-Dimensional Three-Orbital Hubbard Model Using Computational Techniques', G. Liu, N. Kaushal, S. Li, C. B. Bishop et al. Phys. Rev. E 93, 063313 (2016)  (PDF)

'On-site Attractive Multiorbital Hamiltonian for d-Wave Superconductors ', C. B. Bishop, Guangkun Liu, Elbio Dagotto, Adriana Moreo. Phys. Rev. B 93, 224519 (2016)  (PDF)

'Isotropic in-plane quenched disorder and dilution induce a robust nematic state in electron-doped pnictides ', Shuhua Liang, C. B. Bishop, Adriana Moreo, and Elbio Dagotto. Phys. Rev. B. 92, 104512 (2015). (PDF)

'Parallelized Traveling Cluster Approximation to Study Numerically Spin-Fermion Models on Large Lattices ', Anamitra Mukherjee, Niravkumar D. Patel, C.B. Bishop, and Elbio Dagotto. Phys. Rev. E 91 063303 (2015).  (PDF)

'Diverging nematic susceptibility, physical meaning of T* scale, and pseudogap in the spin fermion model for the pnictides ', Shuhua Liang, Anamitra Mukherjee, Niravkumar D. Patel, C. B. Bishop, Elbio Dagotto, and Adriana Moreo. Phys. Rev. B 90, 184507 (2014).  (PDF)