So far (June 2016), the MCTDHB-Lab project exists only due to the enthusiasm of the developers without any supporting funds

If you are interested in sponsoring our Laboratory, please email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Our virtual Laboratory aims at:

  • Providing free-and-easy-to-use access for professional scientists as well as for students, doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to the newest top-level theoretical methods and computational technologies of solving the Time-Dependent many-body Schrödinger equation – a cornerstone equation in the quantum mechanics
  • Educating a broader audience about modern understanding of quantum many-body dynamics
  • Increasing thereby the chance for a novel fascinating discovery and breakthrough in our understanding of the Nature

Our next step is even more ambitious - we plan to develop and create a generalized Quantum-Dynamic-Laboratory (QD-Lab project) - free, parallel scientific environment (package) with user-friendly interface capable of describing quantum many-body dynamics in complex mixtures of fermions and bosons with possible conversion therein.  

We would like to go from pure bosonic (Bose-Einstein condensates) and pure electronic (atoms, molecules) systems to more complex situations of mixed fermion/boson systems up to nuclear matter, i.e., to attack new frontiers general many-body systems made of mixtures of bosons, fermions with possible conversions therein. The mixed many-body systems appear in different areas of physics at different scales: from micrometers in mixtures of dilute ultra-cold atomic clouds, angstroms in ordinary molecules, down to fermis in nuclear matter. Nevertheless, all these systems share one common feature – they are mixtures made of many identical interacting particles. Hence, the quantum many-body effects determine all the physics behind – static properties and quantum dynamics. As a consequence, from the perspective of theoretical treatment all these systems can be attacked within the framework of the same numerical many-body method capable of dealing with indistinguishable particles.

So, a key idea of the QD-Lab project is to use the MCTDHB concept, methodology, numerical technologies and know-how successfully invented, created and benchmarked in ultra-cold bosonic systems for development of a new numerical tool capable of describing quantum many-body dynamics of complex mixtures of fermions and bosons with possible conversion therein at different scales.

We open a Free Quantum World for You,

                                                          Sincerely Yours,

                                                                                  Alexej and Oksana 

click this link to see a tentative Business Plan for the QD-Lab project 

 Business Plan

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