Vorlesungen / Lecture Courses
|Lecturer||Christian Ast (MPI Solid State Research)
|First Event||Wed. 4th November 2020
|Location of first event||
online via webex here
The lecture is going to be all-online with live lectures at a set time each week and exercise groups every other week.
Note: Currently, the lecture is planned to be held every Wednesday 15:45 - 17:15, but as it'll be online we can select a suitable time for everyone at the initial meeting on 04 November.
We will address current topics in Condensed Matter Physics with a focus on effects that emerge in low-dimensional materials.
You will learn about 2D Materials, Spin Chains, Skyrmions, Shiba Bands, Majorana Bound States, Anderson Model, and much more.
Many of the systems that are at the forefront of current research are low-dimensional. Some examples are twisted bilayer graphene, single spin systems, Majorana bound states as well as the Kondo effect. They exist by themselves or are created through interactions with a higher dimensional host. The origin of many of these phenomena are rooted in a common Hamiltonian operating in different contexts. In this lecture, we discuss current low-dimensional phenomena and illuminate their origin by means of practical applications of their theoretical foundation, such as the tight-binding model, Green’s functions and the Anderson impurity model.
|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. Stefanie Barz|
|Where||Allmand 03 - Seminarraum IHFG (AR03/EG/0.003)|
The Ilias page of the lecture can be found here.