B.S. Peking University
Ph.D. University of Colorado Boulder
Bihui’s research interests lie at the interface of quantum optics, quantum information science and condensed matter physics. In particular, she studies nonequilibrium phenomena in strongly interacting quantum systems, including quantum thermalization in closed systems, dynamics of quantum entanglement in systems with long-range interactions, and the emergence of novel phases in Floquet driven systems and open quantum systems. Her research employs a variety of analytical and computational tools to understand complex quantum many-body effects and develops methods to harness them for applications in quantum computing, quantum sensing, and new materials. She is also actively interested in investigating these topics in current experiments, such as with atomic quantum gases, trapped ions, and photonic systems.