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Master projects

*** Master thesis information event ***

Presentation of possible Master projects on Mon, 12.06.2023, 14:15-16:00 in room B 134 at Theresienstr. 39


We are always looking for well-qualified (grades ideally in range 1.0-1.3), highly motivated and ambitious Master students who wish to start their scientific career in a stimulating environment. Potential candidates with a strong background in either Theoretical Quantum Physics or Computational Physics are more than welcomed to contact us to discuss possible projects. Possible recent projects are concerned with

  • Concept of fermionic correlation and entanglement
  • Geometry of density matrices and its role in functional theory
  • Entanglement scaling laws for confined fermions
  • Quantum algorithms for fermionic ground & excited states
  • DMRG in Quantum Chemistry: overcoming its limitations
  • Applications of generalized Pauli constraints: Exchange force
  • Exclusion principle for hard-core bosons

Inquiries about a possible Master project shall be send together with a CV & academic transcripts (Bachelor and ongoing Master) to:                                                                                                                      Also let us know when you plan to have finished your Master course work and like to start the Master project afterwards.