Adrián Franco-Rubio

Postdoctoral Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics


Here is the list of my scientific publications so far. You can also see them on arXiv and Google Scholar.

  1. Quantum advantage and stability to errors in analogue quantum simulators
    R. Trivedi, A.F.R., J. I. Cirac
  2. Gaussian matrix product states cannot efficiently approximate critical systems
    A.F.R., J. I. Cirac
    Phys. Rev. B 106, 235136, arXiv:2204.02478
  3. Entanglement renormalization for quantum fields with boundaries and defects
    Phys. Rev. B 104, 125131, arXiv:2103.07463
  4. Emergent universality in critical quantum spin chains: entanglement Virasoro algebra
    Q. Hu, A.F.R., G. Vidal,
  5. Entanglement renormalization for gauge invariant quantum fields
    A.F.R., G. Vidal
    Phys. Rev. D 103, 025013, arXiv:1910.11815
  6. Continuous tensor network renormalization for quantum fields
    Q. Hu, A.F.R., G. Vidal
  7. Entanglement and correlations in the continuous multi-scale entanglement renormalization ansatz
    A.F.R., G. Vidal
    JHEP 12 (2017) 129, arXiv:1706.02841

Talks and posters

Here is a list of recorded talks, slides, and posters that I have presented at conferences.

  1. Continuous tensor networks for QFT renormalization, February 2019. Poster on the results from [6]. Presented at the Simons Collaboration on the Many Electron Problem 2019 Annual Meeting, Simons Foundation, New York.
  2. Continuous tensor network renormalization for quantum fields, January 2019 (YouTube link). Virtual seminar delivered at the Gravity, Quantum Fields and Information group (Albert Einstein Institute, Potsdam), on the results from [6].
  3. UV regularization and entanglement structure in cMERA, June 2017 (PIRSA:17060023). Talk delivered at Perimeter Institute, on the results from [7]. Includes both the recording (10') and the slides from the talk.
  4. Entanglement structure and UV regularization in cMERA, April 2017. Poster on the results from [7]. Presented at "Tensor Networks for Quantum Field Theories II", Perimeter Institute.