Zala Lenarčič
Institute for Theoretical physics
Skype: University of Cologne Zülpicher Straße 77a, 50937 Cologne Germany zala_lenarcic
Email: zala@thp.uni-koeln.de |

Nonequilibrium dynamics provides an unprecedented point of view onto the interacting many-body systems.
I am fascinated by that approach because it builds the understanding through surprising connections; via thermalization we can learn a lot about the non-ergodic systems, emergent time-scales can actually give information on the interactions between different subsystems, while some extraordinary properties can be triggered or accessed only by driving.
Nonequilibrium as a research topic seems inexhaustible since almost all applications of correlated matter use or rely on nonequilibrium situations.
In my past project I addressed questions like: How insulating is a Mott insulator when excited? What properties does pumping induce in a system with approximate conservation laws?
Their answers built my intuition on the subject and proliferate ideas for future studies.

Currently I am a postdoctoral fellow in the group of
prof. Achim Rosch
at the
Institute for Theoretical physics in Cologne. Before that I did my PhD with
prof. Peter Prelovšek at the
Department of Theoretical Physics, Jožef Stefan Institute.

Curriculum vitae

Curriculum vitae

Z. Lenarčič, F. Lange, and A. Rosch

arXiv:1706.05700 (2017)

F. Lange, Z. Lenarčič, and A. Rosch

Nat. Comm.

Z. Lenarčič, M. Eckstein and P. Prelovšek

Phys. Rev. B

P. Prelovšek, Z. Lenarčič, J. Kokalj and Ross H. McKenzie

Phys. Rev. B

Z. Lenarčič and T. Prosen

Phys. Rev. E

Z. Lenarčič and P. Prelovšek

Phys. Rev. B

J. Kogoj, Z. Lenarčič, D. Golež, M. Mierzejewski, P. Prelovšek, and J. Bonča

Phys. Rev. B

Z. Lenarčič, D. Golež, J. Bonča, and P. Prelovšek

Phys. Rev. B

Z. Lenarčič and P. Prelovšek

Phys. Rev. Lett.

Z. Lenarčič and P. Prelovšek

Phys. Rev. Lett.

Z. Lenarčič

advisor: prof. Peter Prelovšek

Diploma thesis, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (2012)

Z. Lenarčič

advisor: prof. Peter Prelovšek

PhD thesis, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (2015)