Felix A. Palm
I am a doctoral student at Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich in the group of Fabian Grusdt. My research focuses on strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, with an emphasis on fractional quantum Hall physics in lattices. In my work, I am combining analytical approaches (in particular variational states) and numerical methods (especially tensor network techniques like DMRG simulations) to understand exotic states of matter. More broadly, I am interested in interacting topological phases of matter and the opportunities to understand them using quantum simulators.
This webpage is currently under construction – bare with me as it takes shape in the near future 🙂
In the mean time, you can find my blog (mainly in German, though) under its new address blog.felix-palm.de