Han Ma

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Philip W. Anderson Fellow
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
Areas of research:
My research interest lies in the study of quantum phases and phase transitions. I studied exotic phases, such as topological ordered states and fracton phase, have non-trivial entanglement structure resulting in interesting behaviours, such as ground state degeneracy and anyonic statistics of excitations. I am also interested in continuous phase transitions which can be described by conformal field theories. I use various approaches, including duality mappings and renormalization group, to study them. I also study quantum RG which is a way to realize holographic mapping.
  • Tensor gauge theory at Lifshitz transition, Banff, Canada
  • Mechanisms for fractons, Sun Yat-sen University