Prof. Dr. A. Scrinzi
Use and extend your skills in quantum mechanics and computational physics.
Photo-ionization in presence of strong laser fields
Unite quantum-chemistry and strong-field dynamics to contribute to current attosecond theory. Learn, possibly extend the underlying theory, and compute ionization probabilities for experimentally important atoms and molecules.
Multi-center scattering with Coulomb-like asymptotics
Develop and computationally realize a new solver for electron scattering from multi-center systems. Learn advanced techniques of quantum scattering theory.
Various topics in computational quantum dynamics
Learn and extend modern techniques of computational quantum mechanics, e.g. efficient time-integrators for non-linear Schrödinger equations, absorbing boundary conditions (complex scaling), H-matrix techniques for general potentials.
Good basic knowledge of quantum mechnics, good math, some computing experience with practical knowledge of C++, Fortran95, or at least Python.
Professor: A. Scrinzi
Phone: 089 / 2180-4608
Prof. Dr. H. Ruhl
Use and extend your skills in classical and quantum mechanics and computational physics.
Circular attosecond radiation from nano foils
Simulation of Free Electron Lasing
Simulation of Wakefile Acceleration
Cascading in strong laser fields
Good basic knowledge of quantum mechnics, good math, some computing experience with practical knowledge of C, C++, Fortran95, or at least Python.
Professor: H. Ruhl
Phone: 089 / 2180-4210