Institut für Theoretische Physik

Seminar on Condensed Matter Physics

organized jointly with the SCQM group at the MPI-FKF in Stuttgart

 

Date Speaker Title of the Talk
30.5.22

Serge Florens

CNRS Grenoble

Quantum field theory on a superconducting chip
26.4.22

Michael Scherer

Uni Bochum

Chiral superconductivity with enhanced quantized Hall responses in moiré transition metal dichalcogenides
21.2.22

Andrey Katanin

Russian Academy of Sciences

Landau functional and local magnetic moments near Mott transition
7.2.22

Clemens Watzenböck

TU Wien

Long-term memory magnetic correlations in the Hubbard model: A dynamical mean-field theory analysis
8.12.21

Nicklas Enekel

KIT

Applications of cluster perturbation theory using the example of the single-band Hubbard model
27.10.21

Friedrich Krien

TU Wien

Pseudotwins | Pseudogaps: The remarkable transformation of paramagnon scattering from weak to strong coupling
11.10.21

Wei Wu

Sun Yat-Sen University

Non-Fermi liquid phase and linear-in-temperature scattering rate in overdoped two dimensional Hubbard model

28.6.21

Markus Wallerberger

TU Wien

Solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation with exponential
convergence
17.5.21

Fabian Kugler

Rutgers University

Multipoint correlation functions: spectral representation and numerical evaluation
3.5.21

Emanuel Gull

University of Michigan

Nevanlinna Analytical Continuation
19.4.21

Lorenzo Fratino

Université Paris Sud, Paris Saclay

Exploring the phase diagram of the Hubbard model with several cluster dynamical mean-field theory approaches

29.3.21

Pietro Bonetti

MPI-FKF Stuttgart

Single boson exchange representation of the functional renormalization group for strongly interacting many-electron systems
8.3.21

Julian Thönniß 

LMU München

Multiloop pseudofermion functional renormalization for quantum spin systems
15.2.21

Yashar Komijani 

University of Cincinnati

Critical charge fluctuations and superconductivity in magnetic environments
18.1.21

Patrick Chalupa 

TU Wien

Fingerprints of the local moment formation and its Kondo screening in the generalized susceptibilities of many-electron problems
7.12.20

Fedor Šimkovic 

École Polytechnique and Collège de France

New Diagrammatic Routes for Strongly Correlated Systems
16.11.20

Alexander Wietek 

CCQ, Flatiron Institute

Stripes, Antiferromagnetism, and the Pseudogap in the Doped Hubbard Model at Finite Temperature

The talks are held on Mondays at 16:00 c.t.

(For the zoom link please contact S. Andergassen or T. Schäfer)