Our research group works in the development and study of first-principles methods to study condensed matter, with special attention to the relevance of quantum effects and complexity. In the limit of extreme quantum matter we work and develop quantum Monte Carlo methods as diffusion Monte Carlo and path integral Monte Carlo. With them, we study from a microscopic approach, quantum effects such as the Bose-Einstein condensation and superfluidity of cold Bose and Fermi gases and more interacting quantum liquids and solids. In physico-chemical systems we work with Molecular Dynamics with quantum corrections to study the behavior of aqueous systems, biomembranes and polymers. Complexity in different systems is studied mainly using network theory dependent on time and its relation to dynamical processes.
Sese, G.; Palomar, R.; Ortiz de Urbina, J. International Conference on the Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids and European Society of Glass Conference p. 361 Presentation's date: 2018-07-12 Presentation of work at congresses
Romero, E.; Mazzanti, F.; Delgado, J. IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning systems Vol. 29, num. 7, p. 2695-2704 DOI: 10.1109/TNNLS.2017.2697455 Date of publication: 2018-07 Journal article
Guijarro, G.; Pricoupenko, A.; Astrakharchik, G.; Boronat, J.; Petrov, D. Physical review A Vol. 97, p. 061605-1-061605-5 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.97.061605 Date of publication: 2018-06-14 Journal article