Philipp Hauke


University of Trento


  • Associate Professor, INO-CNR BEC Center and Department of Physics, University of Trento, Italy, since 2019
  • Group Leader, Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics and Institute for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University, Germany, 2017–2019
  • Postdoc, University of Innsbruck, Austria, 2012–2017


  • Quantum simulation
  • Quantum computing & annealing
  • Quantum sensing
  • Many-body entanglement
  • AMO platforms (cold atoms, trapped ions, …)
  • Strongly-correlated systems
  • Quantum out-of-equilibrium dynamics


  • PhD in Photonics, 2013

    ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Castelldefels (Barcelona), Spain

  • Diploma in Physics, 2009

    Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and Technical University of Munich, Germany

  • Erasmus exchange, 9/2006–8/2007

    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland



Sampling Rare Conformational Transitions with a Quantum Computer
Enhancing disorder-free localization through dynamically emergent local symmetries
Stabilizing Disorder-Free Localization
Stabilizing Lattice Gauge Theories Through Simplified Local Pseudo Generators
Engineering a $\mathrm{U}(1)$ lattice gauge theory in classical electric circuits
Thermalization dynamics of a gauge theory on a quantum simulator
Polymer Physics by Quantum Computing
Analog cosmological reheating in an ultracold Bose gas
Dominant Reaction Pathways by Quantum Computing
Observation of gauge invariance in a 71-site quantum simulator
A scalable realization of local U(1) gauge invariance in cold atomic mixtures
Perspectives of quantum annealing: Methods and implementations
Real-time dynamics of lattice gauge theories with a few-qubit quantum computer
Many-body localization in a quantum simulator with programmable random disorder
Spectroscopy of Interacting Quasiparticles in Trapped Ions
Tomography of Band Insulators from Quench Dynamics
Quasiparticle engineering and entanglement propagation in a quantum many-body system
Can one trust quantum simulators?



Quantum Computing