Faculty of Physics, Chair of Theoretical Solid State Physics
In science, I have a chance to explore and understand the ways in which nature works and which were previously hidden in the unknown. It is this pioneering spirit that drives me forward as a researcher.
My planned research for the START-fellowship combines two timely topics related to the MCQST research units B (Quantum Simulation) and F (Quantum Matter). In the first part, I propose a functional renormalization group approach for the challenging numerical treatment of Rydberg atom arrays. The second part is concerned with two open problems in the field of disordered nodal quantum matter.
- Systems: disordered systems, topological insulators and superconductors, semimetals and Dirac systems, frustrated quantum magnets and spin liquids, cold atom quantum simulators.
- Phenomena: topological physics, quantum transport and Anderson localization, quantum critical behavior and universality.
- Methods: scattering matrix formalism, diagrammatic and functional methods, RG approaches (Wilsonian and functional RG, epsilon expansions).
Group website: Theoretical Solid State Physics
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