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Solid State Theory / Computational Physics

In the module Solid State Theory / Computational Physics you will deepen previous knowledge and specialize in astrophysics, acquire and train new skills. This includes 

  •  to understand fundamental concepts used to theoretically describe solids and their excitations,
  •  to describe phenomena like superconductivity and magnetism,
  •  to understand important quantum field-theoretical and computational methods,
  •  to translate mathematical concepts into algorithms and apply them to many-body physics,
  •  to link concepts from quantum information theory, computational physics and solid state physics.

The module prepares for topics of current research in solid state theory and computational physics and towards their own research activity within the master thesis. The module is subdivided into a core courses, specialized courses, an advanced seminar, a research internship and contains Lectures, problem classes, seminar (optional), research internship (guidance to independent research; optional).

You can find the courses on Klips.