Xiaoliang Qi

2011 Fellow

Current Institution: Stanford University


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About Xiaoliang Qi's Work

My research group’s recent works focus on the role of quantum entanglement in quantum many-body physics and quantum gravity. We helped relating holographic duality with tensor network states, a geometrical representation of quantum many-body states. We have also worked on topological states of matter. Our work pointed out the relation between topological insulators in three spatial dimensions and axion electrodynamics.

Awards and Achievements

The New Horizons in Physics Prize (2015)

Sackler International Prize of Physics (2014)

NSF CAREER Award (2012)

Hermann Kummel Early Achievement Award (2011)

Sloan Fellowship (2010)