Lucas Hackl

University of Melbourne, Australia

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I am a Lecturer in Mathematical Physics at the University of Melbourne. My research interest lies at the intersection of geometry, quantum information and fundamental theory. Recent works include the study of volume law entanglement of typical pure states, entanglement of quantum fields in curved spacetime, variational methods for many body quantum systems and entanglement production in unstable systems. An important overarching theme has been recently the use of Kähler geometry providing a unified mathematical framework for the study of bosonic and fermionic Gaussian states.