Research Highlights
Rydberg Quantum Spin Liquids and Beyond:
Theoretical Prediction: PRX.; arXiv:2011.12310 .Popular article in Physics. and PHYSICS WORLDExperimental Paper: Science arXiv:2104.04119March Meeting Tutorial. Pedagogical LECTURE:NonLocal Order parameters for topological spin liquids and beyond.Related Recent Projects:

Magic Angle Graphene  Superconductivity and Correlations:Pedagogical Lecture NotesPopular article in Quanta Magazine; & Fractional Chern insulators1. Charged Skyrmions & Topological Origin of Superconductivity in Magic Angle Graphene [pdf]2. Ground State and Hidden Symmetry of Magic Angle Graphene at Even Integer Filling [pdf]3. Magic Angle Hierarchy in Twisted Graphene Multilayers [pdf] 
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Group Description
This wordle gives you a picture of some of our current interests which include:
(i) Theory of Moire materials including magic angle graphene.
(ii) Unconventional quantum critical points, dualities & topological phases with strong interactions,
(iii) Topological Band Theory including Weyl semimetals.
(iv) Quantum coherence in nonequilibrium many body systems.

We are a Theoretical Physics group specializing in the study of Condensed Matter Physics. We seek to understand phenomena such as superconductivity and magnetism starting from quantum mechanics and other basic physical principles. Historically, this has led both to a deeper understanding of quantum systems of very many particles as well as new devices and applications like the transistor, magnetic memories and magnetic resonance imaging.
We explore both the fundamental theory of such states and their experimental signatures. We use a variety of theoretical tools, from quantum field theory or exactly soluble models, but our research is primarily guided by interesting physical problems and ideas, rather than techniques. We are happy to pick up new tools if they suite the problem at hand  for example we recently exploited concepts from quantum information theory to sharpen our understanding of topological phases. We also collaborate closely with experimental groups that study interesting states of matter both in electronic solids and ultracold atomic systems.
We are a part of the Simons Collaboration on Ultra Quantum Matter .