David Luitz
Prof. Dr. David Luitz
  • Physikalisches Institut
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Research topics
  • Quantum many-body systems
  • Nonequilibrium phenomena
  • Thermalization
  • Quantum computing
Our research is centered on the quantum mechanics of many particles, which gives rise to many fascinating phenomena in condensed matter and quantum optical systems, like superconductivity, magnetism and entanglement. We are particularly interested in dynamical phenomena far from thermodynamic equilibrium, like time crystals or many-body localization. The development of digital quantum computers marks the beginning of a new era for the true quantum simulation of these systems, and we are actively working towards this goal.
Selected publications

D. J. Luitz, N. Laflorencie, and F. Alet (2015) “Many-body localization edge in the random-field Heisenberg chain” Phys. Rev. B 91:081103.

D. J. Luitz, R. Moessner, S. L. Sondhi and V. Khemani (2020) “Prethermalization without temperature” Phys. Rev. X 10:021046.

D. J. Luitz (2021) “Polynomial filter diagonalization of large Floquet unitary operators” SciPost Phys. 11:021.

David Luitz
Prof. Dr. David Luitz
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