Theoretical Solid State Physics

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About our groups

The Chair of Theoretical Solid State Physics consists of the following groups:

  • Prof. Jan von Delft
    Quantum transport, quantum impurity models, bosonization,
    renormalization group methods (NRG, DMRG, FRG), decoherence,
    spintronics, quantum computation, nonequilibrium effects.

    Kugler, Fabian (M.Sc.)
    Lee, Seung-Sup (Dr.)
    Stadler, Katharina (M.Sc.)
    Walter, Elias (M.Sc.)
    Weidinger, Lukas (M.Sc.)
  • Prof. Matthias Punk
    Strongly correlated quantum systems, in particular high-Tc superconductors, spin-liquids, ultracold atomic gases

    Huber, Sebastian (M.Sc.)
    Pimenov, Dimitri (M.Sc.)

Independent scientific members:

  • Dr. Oleg Yevtushenko
    - Protected transport in topological insulators and interacting systems,
    - Exotic phases in Kondo-Heisenberg systems
    - Interacting low-dimensional systems with- and without disorder,
    - Mesoscopics and mathematical models for disordered systems,
    - Directed transport and nonlinear phenomena

    Collaboration and Staff:
    Alonso-Cuevillas Ferrer, Pol (Research Student)
    Lichtenegger, Michael (Master Student)
    Stäbler, Florian (Master Student)

  • Dr. habil.  Andreas Weichselbaum
    Quasiexact numerical methods for strongly correlated quantum many body
    systems [Numerical renormalization group (NRG), density matrix
    renormalization group (DMRG), tensor network states], quantum impurity
    models, quantum quenches, quantum information.
    Until December 2017: Heisenberg Fellow (DFG) at LMU;
    Since January 2018:staff scientist at Brookhaven National Lab, New York,
    with frequent periodic visits to Munich still due to ongoing research projects and collaborations.

    Stadler, Katharina (M.Sc.)
    Bin-Bin Chen (visiting researcher, graduate student)