Condensed Matter Theory


Research in the condensed matter theory group focuses on strongly correlated electrons, unconventional superconductivity, quantum magnetism, nanoelectronics, quantum transport and mesoscopic systems. The employed methods include various analytical and numerical techniques such as renormalization group approaches, quantum Monte Carlo and ab-initio calculations. The research fields of laser physics and colloidal systems are also included in this research area.


Institute for the Theory of Statistical Physics

Mesoscopic physics and molecular electronics (Professor Herbert Schoeller)
Correlated electrons in mesoscopic Systems (Professor Volker Meden)
Single molecule quantum transport (Professor Maarten Wegewijs)
Laser physics (Profesor Hans Jörg Kull)


Institute for Theoretical Solid State Physics

Correlated electrons (Professor Carsten Honerkamp)
Correlated systems und computational physics (Professor Stefan Wessel)
Nanoelectronics (Professor Riccardo Mazzarello)
Dynamics of colloidal systems and crystal defects (apl. Professor Rudolf Schmitz)


Other groups

Quantum Theory of Materials(Professor Stefan Blügel, PGI-1/IAS-1, FZ Jülich)


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