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.

 

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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)

E-Mail: marion.amling@physik.uni-augsburg.de (Secretary)

 

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