Dr Ian McCulloch leads the Tensor Network Algorithms group that works in computational tensor network algorithms for one- and two-dimensional quantum systems, and applications to condensed matter, ultra-cold atomic gases and engineered quantum systems. 

Dr McCulloch's research interests are numerical techniques for simulating quantum many-body systems,and he is the author of a large suite of software tools that are used by several research groups around the world.

Major funding support

2011-2017 Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQuS).

2015-2019 ARC Future Fellowship - Simulating quantum states of matter: Connecting theory to applications in science and technology.

2014-2015 UQ Major Equipment and Infrastructure - Advanced Superfluid Physics Facility.

Mentoring and research training

If you are interested in working or studying with Dr McCulloch, please contact him.

Qualifications: 
PhD, Australian National University, Australia
BSc, University of Tasmania, Australia
Current Supervision


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

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