Assistant Professor, Physics
- 312 Nieuwland Science Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
- +1 574-631-5856
Prof. Hsu's research interests lie in theoretical studies of emergent phenomena in quantum many-body systems driven by intertwined symmetries, topology, and interactions.
Her focus is to understand and characterize new phases of matter emerging from such systems, as well as to search for their realizations.
Particular topics that Prof. Hsu is currently excited about (but not limited to): (1) topological phases protected by crystalline symmetries, (2) unconventional superconductivity, (3) correlated phases in van der Waals materials (including moire systems), (4) dynamical phases in isolated quantum systems, and (5) machine-learning application to condensed matter problems.
PhD, Cornell University, 2017
BS, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 2010
Y.-T. Hsu, W. S. Cole, R.-X. Zhang, J. D. Sau, “Inversion-protected topological crystalline superconductivity in monolayer WTe$_2$”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 125 (2020) 097001
Y.-T. Hsu, F. Wu, S. Das Sarma, “Topological superconductivity, ferromagnetism, and valley-polarized phases in moire systems: Renormalization group analysis for twisted double bilayer graphene”, Phys. Rev. B 102 (2020) 085103 (Editor’s suggestion)
Y.-T. Hsu, X. Li, D.-L. Deng, S. Das Sarma, “Machine learning many-body localization: Search for the elusive nonergodic metal”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 121 (2018) 245701
Y.-T. Hsu, A. Vaezi, M. H. Fischer, E.-A. Kim, “Topological superconductivity in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides”, Nat. Comm. 8 (2017) 14985