James R. Garrison

6218 Broida Hall
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9530

Research overview

I study condensed matter physics under the guidance of Matthew Fisher. My principal areas of interest include quantum thermalization, strongly correlated phases of matter, and entanglement.

Recent publications

Upcoming activities

  • Visit to Oxford, June 27 - July 1, 2016.

Recent activities

  • “Universal Aspects of Quantum Thermalization,” QuICS Seminar, University of Maryland, June 1, 2016.
  • Dissertation defense, UC Santa Barbara, May 19, 2016.
  • Advances in Quantum Algorithms and Computation conference, Aspen CO, March 2016.
  • APS March Meeting, 2016 – “Universal aspects of thermalization after a quantum quench” (abstract).
  • Non-equilibrium dynamics of stochastic and quantum integrable systems conference, Santa Barbara CA, February 2016.
  • “Universal Aspects of Quantum Thermalization,” Caltech, December 2, 2015.
  • “Universal Aspects of Quantum Thermalization,” University of Toronto, November 25, 2015.
  • “Universal Aspects of Quantum Thermalization,” Perimeter Institute, November 23, 2015.
  • “Universal Aspects of Quantum Thermalization,” Cornell University, November 12, 2015.
  • Non-Equilibrium Quantum Matter conference, Aspen CO, March 2015.
  • APS March Meeting, 2015 – “Does the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis hold for non-local operators?” (abstract).
  • Boulder Summer School, July 2014.
  • APS March Meeting, 2014 – “Entanglement properties after a partial measurement: a numerical study of excited states in Hubbard-like models” (abstract).
  • Beyond Quasiparticles: New Paradigms for Quantum Fluids conference, Aspen CO, January 2014.
  • “Modeling strongly correlated quantum phases using numerical methods: insights and progress” (department colloquium), Cal State LA, November 14, 2013.
  • Invited tutorial on DMRG (with R. V. Mishmash) (link), Quantum spin liquids summer school, Trieste, Italy, September 2013.