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Firat YILMAZ

Postdoctorate scientific researcher, University of Augsburg, Germany

Schedule

Education

Jun, 2018,PhD in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Bilkent University,

Quantum Simulation with Cold Atoms: The adiabatic and non-adiabatic behavior of a particle in optical lattices

Experience

2020 – 2022, Postdoctorate researcher, Institute of Physics, University of Augsburg, Germany

I. Thermodynamics of Kitaev models under magnetic field: An analytical approach.

II. The static and dynamical phase diagram of the Rashba SOC coupled metals in periodic Anderson models via Schriffer-Wolff low-energy projection approach.

2019 – 2020, Postdoctorate researcher, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan,

I. The magnetic field response characterization of realistic Kitaev models

II. Non-equilibrium transport in chiral superconductors

Interests

Z_2 lattice gauge theories, topological quantum computation ,cold-atoms and quantum simulation, quantum spin liquids, time-(in)dependent Schriffer-Wolff Transformed Effective Hamiltonians

Publications

F. Yilmaz and S. K. Yip, A. P. Kampf, Phase Diagram of Kitaev Models for Arbitrary Magnetic-Field Orientations, (accepted by Physical Review Research)

F. Yilmaz and S. K. Yip, Spontaneous thermal Hall conductance in time-reversal symmetry broken superconductors, Phys. Rev. Research 2, 023223 (2020)

F. Yilmaz and M. Ö. Oktel, Artificial magnetic flux quenches in synthetic dimensions, Phys. Rev. A 97, 023612 (2018)

F. Yilmaz and M. Ö. Oktel, Hofstadter butterfly evolution in the space of two-dimensional Bravais lattices, Phys. Rev. A 95, 063628 (2017)

F. Yilmaz, F. Nur Ünal and M. Ö. Oktel, Evolution of the Hofstadter butterfly in a tunable optical lattice, Phys. Rev. A 91, 063628 (2015)

Selected Presentations

F. Yilmaz and S. K. Yip, A. P. Kampf, Phase Diagram of Kitaev Models for Arbitrary Magnetic-Field Orientations, APS March Meeting, March 2022; SCES 2020: Brazil, October 2021

F. Yilmaz and S. K. Yip, Spontaneous thermal Hall conductance in time-reversal symmetry broken superconductors, APS March Meeting, March 2020(canceled); NCTS-NTHU, October 2019; invited talks at Bilkent University, Koc University and Izmir Institute of Technology, June 2019

F. Yilmaz} and M. Ö. Oktel, Artificial magnetic flux quenches in synthetic dimensions, \ APS DAMOP Meeting, May 2018; KOBIT Istanbul, April 2018