Ivan  Khaymovich

Ivan Khaymovich

Nordita Assistant Professor

Research Groups

Condensed-Matter Physics, Statistical and Biological Physics

Contact information

E-mail - hai@pks.mpg.de

Office number - 6328

Phone(s) - +46 79 356 11 65

Homepage - http://sites.google.com/view/ivan-khaymovich/

About

Ivan Khaymovich is Nordita Assistant professor in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics since May 2022, with focus on Ergodicity Breaking and Localization.

Ivan''s main research areas are:

  • Non-ergodic phases of matter, their applications to machine learning and quantum memory
  • Relations between entanglement and multifractality
  • Deviations from ergodicity in quantum many-body systems
  • Interplay of correlations and localization in long-range disordered systems
  • Quantum dynamics of superconducting topological systems: Higgs modes and braiding of Majorana modes
  • Correlation-induced localization in long-range disordered systems
  • Non-ergodic phases of matter
  • Relations between entanglement and multifractality
  • Correlation-induced localization in long-range disordered systems
  • Deviations from ergodicity in quantum many-body systems

Some additional keywords: Many-body localization, Anderson localization, multifractality, eigenstate thermalization hypothesis, entanglement entropy, fractal dimensions, weak ergodicity, induced superconductivity, Majorana fermions, Maxwell''s Demon, Higgs modes, matrix-inversion trick, correlation-induced localization, translation-invariant hopping, Euclidean random matrices, Hilbert space blockade, super-ETH scaling, large deviation principle.