Annabelle Bohrdt

ITAMP Postdoctoral Fellow

Annabelle obtained her degree in theoretical physics from Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany, in 2016 with a diploma thesis under the supervision of Sebastian Eggert. She then joined the group of Michael Knap at Technical University Munich for her PhD on probing strongly-correlated many-body systems with quantum simulation. During her PhD, she spent two years as an exchange student in the group of Eugene Demler at Harvard. Since May 2021, Annabelle is an ITAMP postdoctoral fellow working on a combination of machine learning, numerical methods and quantum simulation to study quantum many-body systems in and out of equilibrium.

Research Interests: 
Quantum simulation, Strongly correlated electrons, Machine learning, Fermi-Hubbard model
Selected Honors and Awards: 

Finalist for the APS Deborah Jin (DAMOP) doctoral thesis award (2022)
Finalist for the DPG AMO thesis prize (2022)
Thesis prize from the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (2022)