Here we list all titles of PhD and Master theses, supervised by Andreas Läuchli, with relative links to the digital library of the University of Innsbruck or other institutions.

PhD Theses

Michael Schuler, December 2018
Title: Energy Spectroscopy of Quantum Critical Points and Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of a Quantum Simulator

Christian Romen, September 2018
Title: Numerical investigations of exotic Mott insulators

Alexander Wietek, October 2017
Title: Topological states of matter in frustrated quantum magnetism

Carlo Benjamin Krimphoff, July 2017
Title: Quench dynamics of closed quantum many-body systems

Julien Sudan, Year 2010, EPFL
Title: Uncovering the Physics of Frustrated Quantum Magnets using the Correlation Density Matrix Approach


Master Theses

Davide Breoni, December 2019
Title: Torus spectroscopy of the chiral Heisenberg quantum phase transition with quantum Monte Carlo simulations

Alexander Eberharter, January 2019
Title: A new Approach to Extract CFT Data from Matrix Product Simulations

Martin Schwingshackl, January 2019
Title: Variational Casimir effect for the multi-critical Ising model series with the truncated conformal space approach

Sandro Huber, November 2018
Title: Analysis of holographic entanglement entropy and its underlying geometry

Jonas Rigo, October 2018
Title: Artificial Neural Networks as Function Approximators in Quantum Many-Body Physics

Lluis Hernandez-Mula, January 2018
Title: Novel numerical techniques for solving Many-Body Localized systems

Christoph Pernul, March 2017
Title: Critical energy spectra & exact diagonalization of a (1+1)-dimensional quantum field theory

Michael Rader, November 2015
Title: Projected Entangled Pair States for Two-Dimensional Spin Systems

Valentin Völkl, August 2015
Title: Tensor Network Methods for Infinite Dissipative Spin Chains

Andreas Parteli, July 2015
Title: Verschränkungsspektren von Fermi- und Boson-Systemen

Christian Romen, January 2014
Title: SU(N) Effective Spin Models

Michael Schuler, January 2014
Title: Exact Diagonalization Study of the (doped) Kitaev-Heisenberg Model


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