My name is Ryan Levy and I’m a Research Fellow at Flatiron Institute CCQ. I received a BS in Physics from the University of Michigan in 2016, and received a PhD in physics under Bryan Clark at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2022. My thesis was titled Algorithmic advancements in correlated electron and quantum information simulation.

I use computational and theoretical methods to study condensed matter and quantum information, with a focus on novel algorithms.

This site is a slow assembly of information and tricks that I’ve come across in my studies.

This site’s logo is the matrix representation of a 3 site Hubbard model in the \(S_z\) basis with \(U/t=1\) at 2/3 filling. See my research page for more!

When I’m not doing physics, you’ll find me drinking copious amounts of ☕ tea, 🚲 biking, 📚 reading comic books, or 💻 programming.