Paul Romatschke

Paul Romatschke

Mar 03, 2015

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About This Project

Our group is trying to develop new computer algorithms capable of simulating strongly interacting quantum fluids.

These quantum fluids have been observed in different experiments, yet are poorly understood.

While we are performing basic research, understanding strongly interacting quantum materials could lead to a host of new materials with applications to society as a whole.

Blast off!

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