Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics (A3)

Research Areas:

Condensed Matter Physics Theory (Superconductivity, Magnetism, Strongly Correlated Electronic Systems, Semiconductors, Surface and Interface, etc.), Quantum Many-Body Theory, Statistical Physics, Mathematical Physics, Quantum Informatics, First-Principles Electronic Structure Theory, Computational Physics

Condensed Matter Physics Theory (Superconductivity, Magnetism, Strongly Correlated Electronic Systems, Semiconductors, Surface and Interface, etc.), Quantum Many-Body Theory, Statistical Physics, Mathematical Physics, Quantum Informatics, First-Principles Electronic Structure Theory, Computational Physics

Overview:

Magnetism and superconductivity are typical co-operative phenomena caused by the interaction of electrons and nuclei in crystals. Theoretical condensed matter physics aims to understand such interesting phenomena in condensed matter from the basic principles of physics and interaction among constituent particles. It also pursues methodological development for that purpose. Research field of theoretical condensed matter physics is further expanding due to the recent development of new experimental techniques like highly accurate electron spectroscopy or laser cooling, and large-scale computer simulation.

Magnetism and superconductivity are typical co-operative phenomena caused by the interaction of electrons and nuclei in crystals. Theoretical condensed matter physics aims to understand such interesting phenomena in condensed matter from the basic principles of physics and interaction among constituent particles. It also pursues methodological development for that purpose. Research field of theoretical condensed matter physics is further expanding due to the recent development of new experimental techniques like highly accurate electron spectroscopy or laser cooling, and large-scale computer simulation.

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