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- Oliver Buerschaper

Phd: Technische Universität München 2011

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Email: obuerschaper@perimeterinstitute.ca

Phone: x6450

I am interested in topological phases of strongly correlated condensed matter systems and their applications to quantum information and computation. In order to study and classify the truly quantum order found in topological phases I employ tools such as tensor networks, Hopf algebras and quantum groups, and many-body entanglement theory.

- R. Orus, T.-C. Wei, O. Buerschaper, M. van den Nest. Geometric entanglement in topologically ordered states. New J. Phys. 16, 013015 (2014)
- O. Buerschaper. Twisted injectivity in PEPS and the classification of quantum phases. Ann. Phys. (accepted), arXiv: 1307.7763
- O. Buerschaper, M. Christandl, L. Kong, M. Aguado. Electric-magnetic duality of lattice systems with topological order. Nucl. Phys. B 876, 619-636 (2013)
- O. Buerschaper, M. Mombelli, M. Christandl, M. Aguado. A hierarchy of topological tensor network states. J. Math. Phys. 54, 012201 (2013)
- R. Pfeifer, O. Buerschaper, S. Trebst, A. Ludwig, M. Troyer, G. Vidal. Translation invariance, topology, and protection of criticality in chains of interacting anyons. Phys. Rev. B 86, 155111 (2012)
- R. Pfeifer, P. Corboz, O. Buerschaper, M. Aguado, M. Troyer, G. Vidal. Simulation of anyons with tensor network algorithms. Phys. Rev. B 82, 115126 (2010)
- O. Buerschaper, M. Aguado. Mapping Kitaev's quantum double lattice models to Levin and Wen's string-net models. Phys. Rev. B 80, 155136 (2009)
- O. Buerschaper, M. Aguado, G. Vidal. Explicit tensor network representation for the ground states of string-net models. Phys. Rev. B 79, 085119 (2009)
- R. Orus, T.-C. Wei, O. Buerschaper, A. Garcia Saez. Topological transitions from multipartite entanglement with tensor networks: sharper and faster. arXiv: 1406.0585
- X. Ni, O. Buerschaper, M. van den Nest. A non-commuting stabilizer formalism. arXiv: 1404.5327

- A non-commuting stabilizer formalism, Microsoft Research Station Q (United States of America)
- A non-commuting stabilizer formalism, California Institute of Technology (United States of America)
- Twisted injectivity in PEPS and the classification of quantum phases, MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden (Germany)
- Twisted injectivity in PEPS and the classification of quantum phases, FU Berlin (Germany)
- Twisted injectivity in PEPS and the classification of quantum phases, MPI for Quantum Optics, Garching (Germany)
- Topological order from tensor networks, State University of New York at Stony Brook (United States of America)
- Towards unconventional symmetries in tensor network states, State University of New York at Stony Brook (United States of America)
- Towards unconventional symmetries in tensor network states, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
- Towards unconventional symmetries in tensor network states, Workshop on "Networking tensor networks", Benasque (Spain)
- On the structure of intrinsic topological order in 2D, University of Toronto (Canada)
- PIRSA:13050048, Twisted symmetry in tensor network states and topological order, 2013-05-10, Emergence & Entanglement II 2013
- PIRSA:10120024, Classifying topological order: dualities and hierarchies, 2010-12-06, Quantum Information

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