PhD student in the group of Prof. Jan von Delft, LMU Munich
2004 - 2008
Master Sc. at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ITP, CAS), Beijing, China
2000 - 2004
Bachelor Sc. at Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), China
Scholarship of the IDK-NBT (Elitenetwork of Bavaria)
Excellent Tri-A Student of CAS
Outstanding graduates of NUIST
2001 - 2002
First class scholarship at NUIST
My PhD project is to use DMRG, which is an accurate and versatile numerical method in computational condensed matter physics, to study the dynamics of dissipative quantum systems. A Dissipative system is a system coupled to an environment which exchanges energy and matter with it. Classical examples are cyclones and life. Quantum effects become important at the nanoscale and sometimes play the key role. Those dissipative system governed by quantum mechanics are called dissipative quantum systems. A very good theoretical understanding of them is not only very important in quantum theory but also will help experimentalists and engineers to devise future nanoscale and quantum based applications.
C. Guo, A. Weichselbaum, J. von Delft and M. Vojta:
„Critical and Strong-Coupling Phases in One- and Two-Bath Spin-Boson Models“
Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 160401 (2012)
C. Guo, A. Weichselbaum, S. Kehrein, T. Xiang, and J. v. Delft:
"Density matrix renormalization group study of a quantum impurity model with Landau-Zener time-dependent Hamiltonian"
Phys. Rev. B 79, 115137 (2009)
Thermodynamic Analysis of Solar Sails.
College Physics, Vol 24, 62 (2005)