The Quantum and AI Workshop 2023 was an opportunity for Professor William Witczak-Krempa to present the group’s work as well as the Courtois Institute, where he has recently been awarded a research chair!
Gilles Parez et William Witczak-Krempa just published a preprint of their paper entitled “Are fermionic conformal field theories more entangled?“.
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This week starts with excellent news with the announcement of Professor William Witczak-Krempa being awarded a Courtois Chair for a duration of 7 years! For more information, please refer to the announcement from the University of Montreal.
Christian Boudreault, a former PhD student from the group, has just received a promotion: he is now an Assistant Professor at the Royal Military College Saint-Jean. Congratulations to him!
Clément Berthiere, a former postdoctoral fellow from the group, has just secured a permanent position at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). He will be starting his new role this autumn in Toulouse. Congratulations to him!
Shai M. Chester, Éric Dupuis, and William Witczak-Krempa just published their paper entitled “Evidence for web of dualities from monopole operators” in the Physical Review D journal.
On Monday July 17, Lena Engström, a doctoral student in the research group, defended her thesis entitled “Combining spin-orbit coupling and multi-orbital interactions: a recipe for novel magnetism and superconductivity“. Lena has been awarded the title of Doctor of Physics. We congratulate her on her brilliant work and wish her all the best for her future career!