- Digital Quantum Simulation
- Variational Quantum Algorithms
- Non-equilibrium Dynamics in Strongly Correlated Systems
- [B. Fauseweh, J.-X. Zhu, *Digital Quantum Simulation of Non-Equilibrium Quantum Many-Body Systems*, Quantum. Inf. Process., **20**, 138, (2021)]
- [L. Schwarz, B. Fauseweh, N. Tsuji, N. Cheng, N. Bittner, H. Krull, M. Berciu, G. S. Uhrig, A. P. Schnyder, S. Kaiser, D. Manske, *Classification and characterization of nonequilibrium Higgs modes in unconventional superconductors*, Nat. Comm., **11**, 287, (2020)]
- [B. Fauseweh, J.-X. Zhu, *Laser pulse driven control of charge and spin order in the two-dimensional Kondo lattice*, Phys. Rev. B, **102**, 165128, (2020)
- [S. Paeckel, B. Fauseweh, A. Osterkorn, T. Köhler, D. Manske, S. R. Manmana, *Detecting superconductivity out-of-equilibrium*, Phys. Rev. B, **101**, 180507(R), (2020)]
- [B. Fauseweh, P. Schering, J. Hüdepohl, G. S. Uhrig, *Efficient algorithms for the dynamics of large and infinite classical central spin models*, Phys. Rev. B, **96**, 054415, (2017)]
Dr. Benedikt Fauseweh studied physics at the TU Dortmund Universtiy until 2012.
In 2016 he completed his doctoral thesis in the field of quantum magnetism in theoretical physics of condensed matter in the group of Prof. Götz S. Uhrig.
He then worked as a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart and researched non-equilibrium dynamics in superconductors. He was also a visiting scientist at the University of Tokyo for 4 months, where he developed novel algorithms for time-dependent Variational Monte Carlo methods.
As a postdoc at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, he worked with the IBM quantum computers to understand quantum many-body systems.
At the DLR he is primarily interested in the efficient description of strongly correlated quantum systems with the help of quantum computers.