Seminar: Strongly correlated many-body systems – Overview
Seminar on "Strongly correlated many-body systems"
Target group: PhD & master students interested in computational methods and topics relevant in our group's research
Instructor (Dozent): PD Dr. Fabian Heidrich-Meisner
Chair for Theoretical Nanophysics
Monday, 2 - 4 pm, c.t.
Theresienstrasse 37 - Room A318
Begin: April 11, 2016
This seminar covers strongly-correlated many body physics, broadly defined:
concepts, methods, and realizations in condensed matter, nanoscopic systems,
ultracold quantum gases, and will feature talks by the students on their research,
topics of general interest to the group, or journal club sessions.
- Strongly correlated electron systems & materials
- Ultra-cold quantum gases, optical lattices
- Non-equilibrium dynamics, quantum quenches, thermalization
- Transport properties
- Quantum impurities
- Quantum magnetism
- Many-body localization
- Artificial gauge fields
- Electron-phonon systems
Verantwortlich für den Inhalt: PD Dr. F. Heidrich-Meisner
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