Yi Li

Assistant Professor

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Yi Li joined the Johns Hopkins Physics and Astronomy Department as an Assistant Professor in 2016. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of California, San Diego in 2013, and was a PCTS Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton University during 2013-2016.

As a condensed matter theorist, Yi Li is interested in exploring exotic quantum phases of matter and their organizing principles, particularly novel topological insulators and topological superconductivity in condensed matter and ultra-cold atom systems, itinerant ferromagnetism, as well as non-perturbative analytic and quantum Monte Carlo approaches to strongly correlated quantum systems.

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W Yang, Y Li, C Wu
Topological Septet Pairing with Spin-3/2 Fermions: High-Partial-Wave Channel Counterpart of the 3He-B Phase
Physical Review Letters 117 (7), 2016

ZC Wei, C Wu, Y Li, S Zhang, T Xiang
Majorana positivity and the fermion sign problem of quantum Monte Carlo simulations
Physical review letters 116 (25), 250601, 2016

Y Li, X Zhou, C Wu
Three-dimensional quaternionic condensations, Hopf invariants, and skyrmion lattices with synthetic spin-orbit coupling
Physical Review A 93 (3), 033628, 2016

Y Li, FDM Haldane
Topological nodal Cooper pairing in doped Weyl metals
arXiv preprint arXiv:1510.01730, 2015

S Xu, Y Li, C Wu
Sign-Problem-Free Quantum Monte Carlo Study on Thermodynamic Properties and Magnetic Phase Transitions in Orbital-Active Itinerant Ferromagnets
Physical Review X 5 (2), 021032, 2015

Y Li
Time-reversal invariant SU (2) Hofstadter problem in three-dimensional lattices
Physical Review B 91 (19), 195133, 2015

Y Li
Exact results for itinerant ferromagnetism in a t 2 g-orbital system on cubic and square lattices
Physical Review B 91 (11), 115122, 2015

Y Li, C Wu
Unconventional symmetries of Fermi liquid and Cooper pairing properties with electric and magnetic dipolar fermions
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 26 (49), 493203, 2014

GF Zhang, Y Li, C Wu
Honeycomb lattice with multiorbital structure: Topological and quantum anomalous Hall insulators with large gaps
Physical Review B 90 (7), 075114, 2014

Y Li, EH Lieb, C Wu
Exact Results for Itinerant Ferromagnetism in Multiorbital Systems on Square and Cubic Lattices
Physical Review Letters 112 (21), 217201, 2014

D Wang, Y Li, Z Cai, Z Zhou, Y Wang, C Wu
Competing Orders in the 2D Half-Filled SU (2 N) Hubbard Model through the Pinning-Field Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations
Physical review letters 112 (15), 156403, 2014

Y Li, SC Zhang, C Wu
Topological insulators with SU (2) Landau levels
Physical review letters 111 (18), 186803, 2013

Y Li, D Wang, C Wu
Spontaneous breaking of time-reversal symmetry in the orbital channel for the boundary Majorana flat bands
New Journal of Physics 15 (8), 085002, 2013

Y Li
Topological States in Condensed Matter and Cold Atom Systems

X Zhou, Y Li, Z Cai, C Wu
Unconventional states of bosons with the synthetic spin–orbit coupling
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 46 (13), 134001, 2013

Y Li, C Wu
High-dimensional topological insulators with quaternionic analytic Landau levels
Physical review letters 110 (21), 216802, 2013

Y Li, C Wu
Spin-orbit coupled Fermi liquid theory of ultracold magnetic dipolar fermions
Physical Review B 85 (20), 205126, 2012

Y Li, C Wu
The J-triplet Cooper pairing with magnetic dipolar interactions
Scientific reports 2, 2012

Y Li, X Zhou, C Wu
Two-and three-dimensional topological insulators with isotropic and parity-breaking Landau levels
Physical Review B 85 (12), 125122, 2012

Y Li, K Intriligator, Y Yu, C Wu
Isotropic Landau levels of Dirac fermions in high dimensions
Physical Review B 85 (8), 085132, 2012