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Despite the exceptional developments in the utility of machine learning in studying many-body systems, their empirical successes are not well understood. We present a study into popular machine learning approaches and their respective variational ansatz, namely Jastrow wavefunctions and Restricted Boltzmann Machines. Then, by simulating Frustrated J1-J2 Heisenberg models we draw correlations between their capabilities with quantitative performance in accuracy and computational efficiency. Based on our results, we make strategic recommendations for future lines of research in using machine learning to study quantum many-body systems.
Only half of all UK graduates go on to a career related to their major. Uncovered in a survey conducted by Professor AC Grayling’s New College of the Humanities, this startling statistic highlights one of the fundamental issues in modern higher education....
An exploration of the most recent innovations in the application of machine learning towards simulating many-body quantum states. Covering the general implementations of Variational Monte Carlo methods through Jastrow wavefunctions, Restricted Boltzmann Machines, and Feed-forward Neural Networks.
Represented King’s College London in the Accuracy Business Cup UK 2021, an international consultancy competition. Defeated several dozen teams to reach the national finals against Oxford, Cambridge, and St Andrews. Composed an M&A pitchbook and presented a corporate strategy presentation to the CFO of Pernod Ricard.
Established 2 internship pathways, King’s Capital and King’s Enterprise Research Fellowship, to deliver real job opportunities to students and the university’s best talents to strategic partners.
A brief summary of the astonishing work that the team achieved during the 2020 year. In the face of great uncertainty and out of their own voluntary contributions of time and energy, they have delivered more support to more students than KBC has ever had since its foundation in 2008.
King’s Business Club, the largest business and finance society in London with over 2000 members, was made a finalist in Bright Network’s Society of the Year Award in 2020 for the Commercial Awareness award.
Project summary of a Mentorship project, in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), for King’s College London students.
A reinforcement of King’s Business Club’s commitment to supporting students during a period of great uncertainty, and KBC’s steps moving forward.
Project summary for the inaugural UK Case Competition which was organised and held in 2020. As the successor to the London Case Competition, founded in 2016, this iteration of the project expanded reach to an international scale.