THEORETICAL PHYSICS - F1
- Theoretical Solid-State and Statistical Physics
- Theory of Niclei, Elementary Particles and Fields
- Biophyisics and Soft Condensed Matter
Head of Department
Prof. Jernej Fesel Kamenik, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Research group for theoretical solid-state and statistical physics is studying phase transitions and critical phenomena in ferroelectrics and surface physics, models of strongly correlated electrons, high-temperature superconductivity and quantum dots, and structure and transport in complex networks.
The members of the group for theoretical particle and nuclear physics are engaged in research on nuclear and hadron physics, quantum chromodynamics, effective theories for electromagnetic and weak meson decays, grand unified theories, physics of relativistic membranes, and high precision computations of three body systems in atomic physics.
The group for theoretical biophysics and soft condensed matter is investigating polyelectrolytes, liquid and colloidal crystals, as well as phospholipid and biological membranes.