Theory of Quantum Condensed Matter
Our group studies open questions in quantum condensed matter physics using theoretical tools. We are located at the Physics department of Bar Ilan university, Israel, where we currently focus on the following problems:
Superconductivity in low-density systems (SrTiO3, topological semimetals, etc.) - microscopics and phenomenological theory
Dynamics of quantum information in chaotic many-body systems
Transport in strongly coupled liquids
vdW heterostrcutres, twisted bilayers etc.
For more details on our research topics click here.
arXiv:2103.06313 The Orbitally Selective Mott Phase in Electron Doped Twisted TMDs: A Possible Realization of the Kondo Lattice Model,
Amir Dalal and Jonathan Ruhman
arXiv:2009.11311 Measurement and entanglement phase transitions in all-to-all quantum circuits, on quantum trees, and in Landau-Ginsburg theory Adam Nahum, Sthitadhi Roy, Brian Skinner, Jonathan Ruhman (Published in PRX Quantum)
arXiv:2007.15002 Pairing in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene: role of phonon and plasmon umklapp, C Lewandowski, D Chowdhury, J Ruhman (Under review)