Research News:
 Efficient Simulation of Loop Quantum Gravity – A Scalable LinearOptical Approach: Simulations of spinfoam amplitudes with linear optical quantum computing, published in Physical Review Letters.
Group Research Interests:

Loop quantum gravity, spinfoam models, discrete geometry

Numerical methods in loop quantum gravity

Black holes

Tensor networks and applications to holographic duality and quantum information

Topological quantum field theory

Simulation of quantum gravity with quantum computing
See REFERENCES for some recommended references on Loop Quantum Gravity.
See LQG Lectures for a series of lectures on Loop Quantum Gravity.
Group Members:
Permanent: Muxin Han (Associate Professor at FAU)
PhD Students: Dongxue Qu, ChenHung (Tony) Hsiao, Hongwei Tan, Shicong Song, Yingjie Wang
Longterm Collaborations:
Zichang Huang (Postdoc at Fudan Univ.), Hongguang Liu (Postdoc at FAU Erlangen), Cong Zhang (Postdoc at Univ. of Warsaw)
Some Group Events:
We have regular group meetings usually on Monday morning. See GROUP MEETINGS for information.
The International Loop Quantum Gravity Seminar (ILQGS).
Department of Physics Colloquia.
How to Join the Group:
We are able to host Fyodor Lynen Postdoctoral Fellowship of the Humboldt foundation. See Fyodor Lynen Fellowship for details.
For PhD students, please apply officially for the graduate fellowships in the Department of Physics at FAU. See Graduate Admissions for details. The GRE Physics Subject score is the most important factor in the PhD student selection. The GRE general score is not required. Students whose first language is not English must submit TOEFL scores. FAU requires a minimum TOEFL score of 550 on the paperbased test, or 80 on the internetbased test. FAU also accepts IELTS test results with a minimum score of 6.5. See here for details.
Address:
Department of Physics, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Boca Raton, FL 33431, USA