Tianle Wang

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email: tianle_wang (at) berkeley.edu

I am a fourth-year grad student starting at 2019. I am interested in various topological phases of matter (such as topological insulators and quantum Hall systems), which embody both the elegance of mathematical structure and the emergent diversity of physics at the low-energy scale. I'm recently working on using numerical tools to explore the novel phases in twisted bilayer graphene and other moire materials. As for my trajectory of life, I grew up in Xi'an, China and finished my undergrad in Peking University. I enjoy hiking into nature and discovering new neighborhoods on my bike.



1. Anomalous Hall Crystals in Rhombohedral Multilayer Graphene I: Interaction-Driven Chern Bands and Fractional Quantum Hall States at Zero Magnetic Field

Junkai Dong, Taige Wang, Tianle Wang, Tomohiro Soejima, Michael P. Zaletel, Ashvin Vishwanath, Daniel E. Parker

arXiv: 2311.05568,


2. Kekulé spiral order in magic-angle graphene: a density matrix renormalization group study

Tianle Wang, Daniel E. Parker, Tomohiro Soejima, Johannes Hauschild, Sajant Anand, Nick Bultinck, Michael P. Zaletel

arXiv: 2211.02693,


3. Flat band topology of magic angle graphene on a transition metal dichalcogenide

Tianle Wang, Nick Bultinck, Michael P. Zaletel

arXiv: 2008.06528, Phys. Rev. B 102, 235146 (2020)