Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
(Use the Heading 3, not boldface, setting for the line with your name on it.)

Jens Eisert

is at the FU Berlin, working on quantum many-body theory and quantum information theory. This includes on the one hand work on out-of-equilibrium quantum systems, many-body localisation and quantum simulators. On the other hand, the study of quantum many-body systems with tensor networks. See http://www.physik.fu-berlin.de/en/einrichtungen/ag/ag-eisert/

Mark H Fischer
is at the Weizmann Institute of Science, working on unconventional superconductivity, strongly correlated electron systems and many-body localization.
http://people.phys.ethz.ch/~mfischer

Florian Hebenstreit

is an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University, working on fermion production in gauge theories (http://www.thphys.uni-heidelberg.de/~hebenstreit/index.html)

Fabian Heidrich-Meisner

is a theorist at LMU Munich, interested in many-body physics in condensed matter and ultracold quantum gases. He uses mostly
numerical methods (DMRG, ED, ...). His recent key interests are in nonequilibrium dynamics, many-body localization, electron-phonon coupling and
interacting quantum gases in artificial gauge fields.

Wen Wei Ho

is a graduate student at the University of Geneva in Dima Abanin's group, originally from Perimeter Institute, working on Floquet systems, many-body localization and topological order.

Tim Hsieh

is a postdoc at KITP working on topological phases from a quantum information perspective.

Hilary Hurst

is a graduate student in Victor Galitski's group at the Condensed Matter Theory Center & Joint Quantum Institute. She is working on topological phases and nonlinear phenomena in cold atom and solid-state systems. Current interests include solitons in spinor condensates and nonlinear phononic systems.

Tom Iadecola

is a KITP graduate fellow from Boston University, working on correlated topological phases both in and out of equilibrium.

Christiane Koch

is a theoretical physicist at the University of Kassel, Germany. Her main interest is in the quantum control of atoms, molecules and condensed matter systems with an AMO-like structure. More info: http://www.uni-kassel.de/fb10/en/institute/physics/research-groups/quantum-dynamics-and-control/

Kasia Krajewska

is at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, working on strong-field QED processes.

Misha Lemeshko

is a theoretical AMO physicist based at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria. His research deals with quantum gases of ultracold atoms and molecules, as well as quantum impurity problems (http://lemeshko.ist.ac.at/).

Xiaopeng Li

is a theorist at University of Maryland--College Park, working on AMO physics, topological phases, many-body localization, and machine learning.
terpconnect.umd.edu/~xiaopeng/

Sid Parameswaran

is a theorist at the University of California, Irvine, working on non-equilibrium dynamics and many-body localization, correlated topological phases, quantum transport in topological semimetals.

Dian Peng

is at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a graduate student of Professor Starace's group.

Liang-You Peng

is from the School of Physics, Peking University, Beijing, China. His research interest focuses on dynamics of few-electron atomic and molecular systems, triggered and/or probed by attosecond and/or femtosecond pulses. Research Group Website:
http://www.phy.pku.edu.cn/~lypeng/index_en.html

Leo Radzihovsky

is a theorist at CU Boulder working on states of matter and phase transitions where fluctuations play a qualitative role.

Matteo Rizzi

is at the JGU Mainz (Germany), working on the interplay of geometrical and gauge constraints together with interactions in shaping interesting quantum many-body states, especially in the realm of cold atomic gases (e.g., multi-component gases as systems with synthetic dimensions, or gases in frustrated lattices and/or periodic boundary conditions). Main employed techniques rely on Tensor Networks algorithms.

Jake Taylor

works at the JQI and QuICS in Maryland, examining quantum dynamics of photons, phonons, and spins in condensed matter systems with an eye towards quantum information implementations. http://groups.jqi.umd.edu/taylor/