Quantum Condensed Matter Physics

Quantum condensed matter theory attempts to describe and sometimes to predict the behavior of systems of relatively large numbers of particles (as many as 1024 for bulk systems or as few as 1010 for two-dimensional layers or even fewer for carbon nanotubes) at low energies, typically far less than 0.1 eV. The variety of systems that are treated is extremely rich, including metals and superconductors, ionic and magnetic systems, semiconductors, glasses and superfluid. The basic tools of the condensed matter theorist are quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics as well as many-body theory, path integrals, topology, group theory, density functional theory, computational physics and so forth.

 

  • Quantum Spin Systems
  • Quantum many-body systems
  • Quantum phase transitions
  • Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations
  • Quantum Criticality
  • High-temperature Superconductivity
  • Quantum Dynamics through classical trajectories
  • Quantum Phenomena
  • Correlated Quantum Systems
  • Quantum Hall Effect
  • Quantum Wire
  • Quantum topological excitations
  • Quantum magnets

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