Theoretical Physics II

In our group, various topics in condensed matter theory are investigated. Generally we are interested in the fundamental question of how the properties of complex many-body systems can be described: examples of such systems are the electrons in a solid, and the atoms in liquid helium. In several cases, these systems show, at low temperatures, a phase transition into a novel state, for example, from a metal to an insulator, or from a normal liquid to a superfluid. Our goal is to develop simple models for such phenomena, study these models with analytical and numerical methods, and relate the theoretical results with experimental observations.



University of Augsburg

Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Materials Engineering

Chair Theoretical Physics II

Building R, Room 514

Universitätsstr. 1

86159 Augsburg

Phone: +49 (0)821 598 3200 (Secretary)

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