|2018 --||Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Zurich|
|2016 -- 2018||Research Associate, King's College London|
|2015 -- 2016||Postdoctoral Researcher, MPI for Microstructure Physics|
|2011 -- 2015||Ph.D. Physics, MPI for Microstructure Physics|
I have an expertise in the fields of many-body perturbation theory and superconductivity for real materials. In particular, I was working on GW, Eliashberg Theory and Diagrammatic Monte-Carlo. My current research is in the physics of the twisted bilayer graphene (TBG) system, which becomes a non-phononic superconductor with a highest pairing strength at the certain "magic" twist angle, and the goal is to understand this strong correlation behavior from the ab-initio perspective.