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Material sciences deliver new material classes like topological insulators or graphene; the nanosciences provide measurements of single molecules and atoms. We investigate such systems with computational means. Our emphasis is on transport and dynamics, recent research topics include:


  Ultrafast Dynamics     Quantum Critical Phenomena     Molecular Electronics



Scholarship for Johannes Dieplinger

Congratulations: Johannes Dieplinger receives a PhD scholarship from the German Academic Scholarship Foundation! In his PhD, he investigates quantum many-body effects bridging between theoretical toy models and many-electron systems with experimental realizations. 

Research Highlight: Atomically resolved single-molecule triplet quenching

Led by Prof. Repp and Prof. Lupton (both UR), an experimental breakthrough has been achieved in measuring the energy transfer between a single oxygen molecule and a dye molecule. While first theoretical steps have been taken with success, a detailed understanding is yet to be worked out.

Original publication: Science 373, 452-456 (2021)

Perspective: Science 373, 392-393 (2021)

Press release available in German and in English.

Research Highlight: Topological high-harmonic generation

Together with the groups of Prof. Huber and Prof. Richter (both UR), we describe a novel generation mechanism of high harmonics in the surface state of a topological insulator.

Original publication: Nature 593, 385-390 (2021)

Press release available in German and in English.

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Computational Condensed Matter Theory

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