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Electron-electron interactions in solids

Internationales Graduiertenkolleg Universität Marburg; Budapest University of Technology and Economics; Research Institute for Solid-State Physics and Optics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
Internet http://www.physik.uni-marburg.de/egc
Sprecher Prof. Dr. Florian Gebhard
Philipps-Universität Marburg
Fachbereich Physik, AG Vielteilchenphysik
Renthof 6
35032 Marburg
06421 28-21318
Stellvertreter Prof. Dr. Peter Thomas
Philipps-Universität Marburg
Fachbereich Physik, AG Theoretische Halbleiterphysik
Mainzer Gasse 33
35032 Marburg
06421 28-24221
Marburger Teilnehmer Arbeitsgruppe Oberflächenphysik: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Höfer, Prof. Dr. Peter Jakob, Prof. Dr. Heinz Jänsch
Arbeitsgruppen Experimentelle Halbleiterphysik: Prof. Dr. Wolfram Heimbrodt
AGn für Theoretische Physik: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Noack
Arbeitsgruppe Vielteilchenphysik: Prof. Dr. Sergei Baranovski, Prof. Dr. Florian Gebhard
Arbeitsgruppen Halbleitertheorie: Prof. Dr. Mackillo Kira, Prof. Dr. Stephan W. Koch
Wissenschaftliches Zentrum für Materialwissenschaften (WZMW): Dr. Wolfgang Stolz, Prof. Dr. Kerstin Volz
Externe Teilnehmer
H, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Institute of Physics: Department of Physics: Prof. Dr. Attila Virosztek (Speaker) Prof. Dr. György Mihály, Porf. Dr. Imre Varga
Department of Experimental Physics: Prof. Dr. András Jánossy
Department of Theoretical Physics: Prof. Dr. Sándor Kugler, Prof. Dr. István László, Prof. Dr. János Pipek, Prof. Dr. Gergely Zaránd, Prof. Dr. Alfred Zawadowski
H, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Solid-State Physics and Optics: Department of Theoretical Solid-State Physics: Prof. Dr. Jenö Sólyom (Speaker), Prof. Dr. Örs Legeza, Prof. Dr. Karló Penc
Laufzeit und Finanzierung 01.04.2002 - 31.03.2011
9 Jahre
2002 - 2005: 620.000 Euro
2005 - 2006: 310.000 Euro
2007 - 2011: 1.500.000 Euro

Programm In our International Research Training Group Electron-Electron Interactions in Solids, theoretical and experimental physicists work together with material scientists in four institutes in Marburg and in Budapest. Our collaboration covers sample preparation and characterization, the experimental investigation of magnetic, optical, and transport properties of correlated electron materials, and their theoretical investigation.
Our approach is strongly interdisciplinary because material preparation and characterization goes hand in hand with experimental studies and theoretical interpretation. Our research not only covers the application of established methods, we also put an emphasis on the design of advanced materials, on the set-up of new experimental techniques, and on the development of theoretical methods and numerical algorithms. These are important elements of our innovative research program.
Our innovative joint research efforts center around the following topics:
1. The development and application of the Gutzwiller variational approach, of static and dynamical mean-field theories, and of density-functional theory to strongly correlated electron systems
2. The development of the Density-Matrix Renormalization Group (DMRG) method in connection with quantum-information theory and various applications to low-dimensional systems, both for fundamental Hamiltonians) and for quasi one-dimensional materials.
3. The preparation and analysis of possible spintronic materials.
4. The preparation, experimental analysis, and theoretical interpretation of dynamical processes on two-dimensional structures.
Proposed Research Projects, see: http://www.physik.uni-marburg.de/de/forschung/forschungseinrichtungen/ electron-electron-interactions-in-solids/research/projects.html

Projekte Internationales Graduiertenkolleg GRK 790
Exzitonen in Oligomeren und Polymeren
Magnetotransport
Simulation epitaktischen Wachstums

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 29.07.2009

 
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