Theme 3 colloquium: 'Neural quantum states and frustrated many-body systems' (Lecture)
- Tuesday 15 February 2022Add to my calendar
- from 16:00
dr. Andrey Bagrov (TCM)
Neural-network quantum states are a novel type of variational ansatze that demonstrate very high degree of flexibility in representing diverse many-body wave functions. In my talk, I will explain in simple terms how neural networks can be used to describe complex systems, and discuss current limitations of this approach in the context of quantum spin models. Special focus will be put on connections between learning capacities of neural networks and non-trivial sign structure of ground states of frustrated many-body Hamiltonians.
For zoom link please see the invitation mail sent on February 3, 2022