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Talk "From 1d Transport to Twisted Bilayer Graphene"

Talk "From 1d Transport to Twisted Bilayer Graphene"

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Prof. Dr. Christoph Karrasch - TU Braunschweig - Institut für Mathematische Physik 

Tuesday, 3rd September 2019 / 11 a.m. / PTB Lecture Hall, Kohlrauschbau 

Title: "From 1d Transport to Twisted Bilayer Graphene" 

Many-body interactions have pronounced consequences in low-dimensional quantum systems and lead to collective phenomena such assuperconductivity and the quantum Hall effect. Our research focusses both on developing methods (e.g., numerical tensor network methods or analytical RG schemes) to treat correlations and on applying them to new physical problems. I will discuss a few examples to illustrate this strategy and will be touching on a wide range of topics from 1d transport to twisted bilayer graphene.