2009-2012 Postdoctoral Fellow
Condensed Matter Physics
414B Jadwin Hall
My research involves the use (and development) of computational methods to understand strongly correlated and material systems.
I am interested in problems ranging from the qualitative understanding of model systems to ab initio calculations of real materials.
Systems of specific interest include frustrated magnets on layered materials, quantum glasses, non-equilbrium quantum transport and dynamics,
mesoscopic phases, and supersolids. I have also developed methods to improve variational ansatz for electronic structure calculations
allowing efficient calculation of wave-functions with tens of thousands of determinants.
- Computing the energy of a water molecule using MultiDeterminants: A simple, efficient algorithm
B. K. Clark, M. Morales, J. McMinis, J. Kim, G. Scuseria, arxiv:1106.2456
- Nature of the spin liquid state of the Hubbard model on a honeycomb lattice
B. K. Clark,D. Abanin, S.L. Sondhi, Phys. Rev. Letts. 107, 087204 (2011)
- Hexatic and Mesoscopic phases in a 2D Quantum Coulomb System
B. K. Clark, M. Casula and D. M. Ceperley, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 044701 (2009)
- Leggett's Bound for Amorphous Solids
G. Biroli, B. K. Clark, L. Foini, F. Zamponi, Phys. Rev. B 83, 094350