#### Quantum Transition of 2D φ^{4} theory using Quantum Simulation

**Mengyao Huang** et al. Poster presented at NNPSS (National Nuclear Physics Summer School) at MIT(2022)

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My name is Mengyao Huang, or 黄梦遥. I'm currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under the Nuclear and Chemical Sciences Division. I earned a Ph.D. in Physics from Iowa State University for my research on quantum many-body structure and transition with computational methods on December 2021. I am interested in applying novel computational methods to nuclear physics. The problems I solved in my Ph.D. thesis are the clustering and transition problems in both low and high energy scales of nuclear physics. The low energy scale problem is the structure of "halo" nuclei ^{6}He, where I developed a 3D modeling method for visualizing the "halo" structure of ^{6}He based on two-body observables calculated by ** ab initio NCSM** (no-core shell model). The high energy scale problem is solving the critical coupling of (1+1) φ

**Mengyao Huang** et al. Poster presented at NNPSS (National Nuclear Physics Summer School) at MIT(2022)

**Mengyao Huang** et al. To be submitted to Physical Review C(2022)

James P Vary, **Mengyao Huang** et al. Physical Review D, 105(1): 016020 arXiv.2109.13372(2021)

**Mengyao Huang** et al. Nuclear Science and Techniques, 30(1): 1-9 arXiv.1712.05700(2019)