Lectures

2020/2021 - winter term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.
Vielteilchentheorie / Quantenoptik
Many-body-theorie / quantum optics (only in German)
T. WehlingUBtime and loc. tba
Festkörpertheorie / Solid State Theory (in English available if requested)T. WehlingUBtime and loc. tba
 
Density Functional Theory (description)C. CocchiUOLonline via BigBlueButton, Tuesdays 12:00-14:00 & Thursdays 10:00-12:00
If your are interested in participating this course, please contact Caterina Cocchi directly
Quantum informationC. GiesUB19.01.-18.02.21, online, Tuesdays and Thursdays, time tba
Solid State Physics (IMPRS UFAST core course)M.SentefMPI18.-22.01.2021, online, 9:30-12:30
Introduction to the physics of semiconductors and their defects (description)P. DeakUBWednesdays starting Sep. 23rd 2020, online via zoom, 9:00-10:45

Solid State Physics Block course

This block course consists of lectures and computer exercises

A.KucJUB31.08 - 10.09.2020, Research III seminar room, 10:00-12:30

2020 - summer term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.
Scientific ProgrammingB. AradiUBTuesdays (start 03/21/2020) online lecture via zoom
Group TheoryB. AradiUBThursdays (start 03/23/2020) online lecture via zoom

Block course on " Band structures in solids"

  • nearly free electrons
  • tight binding method
  • density functional theory

­schedule

It will consist of lectures combined with hands-on (numerical) calculations. It is at a very basic level and geared at undergrad students and PhD students at the beginning of their thesis in QM³, who do not yet have experience in the above listed subjects.

T. WehlingUB

03/03 - 03/06/2020 NW1 S1260 & TAB building Entrance F, Ground floor 0.48 see schedule

10:00 - 16:00

Block course on " Introduction to Feynman Diagrams and the Nonequilibrium Green's Functions Technique "

Topics

  • comprehensive introduction to quantum statistical methods based on Feynman diagrams and Green's functions
  • basic concepts will be introduced in detail and with many examples in the beginning
  • basics and applications of the "Nonequilibrium Green's Functions Technique"

 

No prior knowledge of Green's functions is necessary. The lecture is suitable for MSc and PhD students and in particular for graduates and associate members of QM3 .

 

F.Jahnke

UB

weekly online lecture
access via Prof. Jahnke directly

 

 

2019 - summer term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.

Block course on "Many-body Theory"

Topics

•    Diagrammatic many-body perturbation theory
•    Many-body path integral / coherent state path integrals
•    Broken Symmetry and Collective Phenomena

 

Prior knowledge of second quantization is required. First acquaintance with Matsubara Green Functions will be helpful.

 

M. Schüler, E. van Loon, J. Berges

UB

16.-19.07.2019
NW1 S1360

10:00 - 12:00
13:00 - 15:00

2018/2019 - winter term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.

Theoretical Solid State Physics 1 - Theoretische Festkörperphysik 1

 

T. Wehling

UB

Mon 12:00 -14:00
NW1 S3130

Tue 10:00 - 12:00
NW1 3310

Advanced Theoretical Physics 1 (Advanced Quantum Mechanics) - Höhere Theoretische Physik: Quantenmechanik für Fortgeschrittene

 

T. WehlingUBTue 12:00 - 14:00
NW1 3130
    
    
    

2018 - summer term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.
Many-body Theory and Correlated Electrons

The lectures on “Theoretical Solid State Physics II / Many-body theory” at University of Bremen comprise two block courses (Blockveranstaltungen) this summer term. The first one by Frank Jahnke covered an “Introduction to Feynman Diagrams and the Nonequilibrium Green's Functions Technique”.

The second block by Tim Wehling will cover

  • Finite Temperature Green Functions: Matsubara Techniques
  • Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking: Magnetism and Superconductivity
  • Functional Field Integral Techniques: Path Integrals & Free Energy Functionals
  • Mean Field, Density Functional and Dynamical Mean Field Theories

Attendance of the first block is ideal but not a “must” to be able to follow this second one: Only prior knowledge of second quantization is required. First acquaintance with Green Functions will be helpful.

T. WehlingUBJuly 16-20  09:30 - 11:30 and 13:00 - 15:00
NW1 S1260
Introduction to Feynman Diagrams and the Nonequilibrium Green´s Functions Technique

As part of the lectures on Theoretical Solid State Physics, two block courses / Blockveranstaltungen will be held. The first one by Prof. Frank Jahnke will provide a comprehensive introduction to quantum statistical methods based on Feynman diagrams and Green's functions. No prior knowledge of Green´s functions is necessary as the basic concepts will be introduced in detail and with many examples in the beginning. Subsequently the lecture will proceed with basics and applications of the "Nonequilibrium Green´s Functions Technique". 

F. JahnkeUBMarch 05-09  09:30 - 11:30 and 13:00 - 15:00
NW1 S1260
Biophysikalische Modellierung / Biophysical ModellingS. KöppenUBtba
Scientific Programming (Python)B. AradiUBTue 09:00 - 12:00
ECO5/TAB 0.47
Theoretical and computational quantum transport at nanoscaleD. RyndykUBTue 12:00 - 14:00
NW1 S1330
Thu 10:00 - 12:00
NW1 N3130

2017/2018 - winter term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.
Atomistic ModellingT. FrauenheimUBMon 08:00 - 10:00, Tue 08:00 - 10:00
ECO5/TAB 0.50/0.51
Advanced Theoretical Physics 1 (Advanced Quantum Mechanics)T. Wehling, G. CzychollUBTue 12:00 - 14:00 NW1 H2-W0020, Wed 10:00 - 12:00 NW1 S1260
Quantenoptik (The lecture will be held in German)M. LorkeUBMon 16:00 - 18:00 NW1 S1330, Wed 08:00 - 10:00 NW1 N1250, Fri 08:00 - 10:00 NW1 N1250

2017 - summer term

TitleLecturerSiteTime / Loc.
Group theoryB. AradiUBWed 12:00 - 14:00
ECO5/TAB 0.50/0.51
Theoretical Solid State Physics 2:
Many-body Theory
T. WehlingUBMon 10:00 - 12:00
NW1 S1260
Wed 10:00 - 12:00
NW1 N1250
Advanced Theoretical Physis 2:
Collective Magnetism and Phase Transitions
M. Florian
C. Gies
M. Lorke
M. Schüler
UBTue 08:00 - 10:00
NW1 S1270
Thu 08:00 - 10:00
NW1 S1270
Biophysikalische Modellierung 
(The lecture will be held in German)
S. KöppenUBWed 10:00 - 12:00
ECO5/TAB 0.50/0.51
Thu 12:00 - 14:00
ECO5/TAB 0.47/0.48