summer 2021

winter 2020/2021

online courses | traditional lectures | chronological | seminars

online courses

Computational Physics

An undergraduate course providing an overview of numerical algorithms to solve physics problems, with application to classical mechanics, E & M, quantum mechanics, and statistical physics. The course includes an in-depth introduction to programming in JULIA.

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Statistical Physics

An undergraduate course introducing a statistical description of nature, using concepts such as entropy, thermal equilibrium, and statistical potentials. Basics of thermodynamics, phase transitions, and non-equilibrium physics.

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Computational Many-Body Physics

A graduate level course that provides an overview of modern numerical approaches to many-body systems, both classical and quantum. The in-depth introduction of elementary algorithms includes Monte Carlo methods, machine learning techniques, and entanglement based approaches.

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traditional lectures *Albertus-Magnus-Lehrpreis: Computational Physics 2016, Classical Field Theory 2012


2021: Computational Many-Body Physics
2020: Statistical Physics
2020: Computational Physics
2019: Solid State Theory
2019: Computational Physics
2018: Solid State Theory
2018: Computational Many-Body Physics
2017: Statistical Physics
2016: Solid State Theory
2016: Computational Physics
2015: Advanced Quantum Mechanics
2015: Computational Many-Body Physics
2014: Advanced Quantum Mechanics
2014: Computational Physics
2013: Classical Field Theory
2013: Computational Physics
2012: Classical Field Theory
2012: Computational Many-Body Physics


2021: Machine Learning Quantum Matter
2020: Dirac Matter and Twisted Bilayer Graphene
2018: Majorana fermions
2016: Disentangling quantum matter via quantum information theory
2015: Dirty physics: disorder effects in quantum matter
2014: Quantum knots: Monopoles, skyrmions, and Majorana fermions in condensed matter systems
2013: Entanglement: From quantum information theory to the classification of quantum matter
2012: Topological states of matter: Concepts, materials, and quantum computers