# Introduction to Computational Quantum Physics

**Speaker:**Nan Sheng (Uchicago)

**Dates:**2023/04/21

**Abstract:**Quantum many-body physics is principally a problem where algorithmic complexity increases exponentially w.r.t. the system size. In order to tackle the quantum information encoded in the exponential scaling, robust computational methods are required. In this talk, I will be reviewing current computational methods for quantum many-body problems arising in condensed matter physics and quantum chemistry. Possible topics include density functional theory, tensor networks, perturbative methods (field theory), quantum Monte Carlo and variational quantum algorithms.

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