Christie Chiu

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Christie Chiu is a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University. Her research interests are in quantum simulation of condensed-matter systems—including strongly interacting many-body systems, topological materials, and flatband materials. She completed her doctoral work at Harvard University, performing quantum simulation of the Hubbard model with a Fermi gas microscope. Christie is now using superconducting circuits for the quantum simulation of topological and other quantum materials.


Revealing a Pauli Crystal

A novel, high-resolution fluorescence imaging technique reveals a pattern, known as a Pauli crystal, that can emerge in a cloud of trapped, noninteracting fermions. Read More »