Recent developments in computational many body physics. Focus at the 2018 DPG Meeting in Berlin Organizers: F. F. Assaad (email@example.com) and R. Noack (Reinhard.Noack@physik.uni-marburg.de) on behalf of the DFG-FOR1807 (https://for1807.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de/) We are witnessing sustained progress in numerical methods for strongly correlated electron systems. The aim […]
The Internal FOR1807 meeting 2017 took place in Würzburg from 29. to 30. March 2017. The meeting was used for scientific exchange between all colaborators of the research unit, as well as the organization of ongoing research projects.
February 19-23, 2018 The FOR 1807 Winter School on Numerical Methods for Strongly Correlated Quantum Systems will take place in Marburg at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Marburg from Monday, Feb. 19 to Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Subject The school will cover the following numerical approaches to strongly correlated quantum systems: Quantum […]
The physics of interacting Dirac systems has witnessed an explosion of activity in recent years, with the focus clearly shifting from the description of topologically non-trivial band structures and single-particle physics to the many-body and non-equilibrium effects. This includes the emerging understanding of the Hubbard model on honeycomb lattice, nodal semimetals and Weyl elementary excitations, […]
The aim of the school is to teach young PhD students the basics of tensor-product states as well as the most recent technical developments. This is particularly important given the increasing number of groups working on this quickly evolving topic. The lectures will be given by researchers who work actively both on the development and […]
Here you can find the booklet and time table for the PhD students retreat 2016 in Innsbruck. timetable booklet
Advanced Numerical Algorithms for Strongly Correlated Quantum Systems Scope of the Conference The scope of the conference reflects the interdisciplinary progress in computer simulations of strongly correlated quantum matter: Concepts in quantum information have lead to the development of powerful novel algorithms for condensed-matter systems. The discovery of graphene and topological insulators has spurred […]
Quick Links Arrival Hotels Restaurants Nightlife Arrival Information You can reach the lecture hall by taking Bus line 14, 114 or 214 that start from the central railway station. GPS coordinates of the department for physics: 49°46’56.32″N 9°58’18.07″E (or 49.782311111 9.9716861111) Here you can find arrival information on the website of the department of physics. […]
Focus session at the DPG spring meeting. April 1. 2014 Speakers Mattias Troyer, ETHZ, Quantum Computations Anders Sandvik, Boston University, Deconfined quantum Criticality Roger Melko, University of Waterloo, Spin liquids and topological entanglement entropy Didier Poilblanc, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, Tensor Networks Ulrich Schollwoeck, LMU, Progress in 2D DMRG Please take a look at the page of […]
The following tutorial talks will take place on Sunday March 30th , 2014. – Fabian Heidrich-Meisner: Concepts of Entanglement, DMRG – Roman Orus: Tensor Networks – Stefan Wessel: QMC, Quantum Criticality Please check with the page of the DPG Meeting in Dresden. Organization: U. Eckern and F. Assaad.