Discussion Workshop 2019 CRC 1242/TRR 160

Invited Speaker

Frithjof Anders - TU Dortmund, Germany Restoring the Continuum Limit in Simulation of the Non-Equilibrium Dynamics by Finite Systems
Philip Bleicker - TU Dortmund, Germany On the Evolution of Fermionic Systems after Interaction Quenches
Martin Eckstein - Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany Electronic Two Particle-Fluctuations out of Equilibrium
Ilya Eremin - Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany Collective Modes Out-of-Equilibrium in Unconventional Superconductors with Competing Ground States
Giammarco Fabiani - Radboud University, The Netherlands Quantum Magnonics at the Edge of Space and Time
Jim Freericks - Georgetown University, USA Ultrafast Thermometry in Pump-Probe Experiments
Markus Gruner - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Polarization Dependence of Optical Excitations in Metal Insulator Hererostructures
Jürgen König - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Full Counting Statistics of Electron Tunneling in Coulomb-Blockade Devices: Generalized Factorial Cumulants
Peter Kratzer - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Boltzmann Relaxation Dynamics of Strongly Interacting Spinless Fermions on a Lattice
Johann Kroha - University of Bonn, Germany

Time-domain THz spectroscopy for heavy-fermion materials

Salvatore Manmana - Georg-August-University Gottingen; Germany Detecting Superconductivity Out-of-Equilibrium
Dirk Manske - Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany

Higgs Spectroscopy of Superconductors

Rossitza Pentcheva, University of Duisburg-Essen

Electronic Excitations in Complex Oxide Materials

Dominik Schulze - Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany High-Harmonic Generation in Layered Systems Driven by Intense Laser Pulses
Friedemann Queisser - TU Dresden, Germany Boltzmann Relaxation Dynamics in the Strongly Interacting Fermi-Hubbard Model
Michael Sentef - Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Germany Engineering Correlations and Topology in Quantum Materials with Classical and Quantum Light
Björn Sothmann - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Order Parameter Dynamics in Time-Dependently Driven Superconductor-Quantum Dot Hybrids
Götz Uhrig - TU Dortmund, Germany Non-Equilibrium Stationary States in Driven Quantum Magnets
Daniel Waltner - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Periodically Excited Chain-Like Systems

Flyer (programme/schedule)


University of Duisburg-Essen
Faculty of Physics
Campus Duisburg - Room MG 465
Lotharstr. 1, 47057 Duisburg



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International Collaborative Research Centre TRR 160

The current ICRC “Coherent manipulation of interacting spin excitations in tailored semiconductors” between the Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute and the State University in St. Petersburg as well as the TU Dortmund comprises the whole spectrum of necessary activities in material technology, coherent spectroscopy and advanced modeling. The overarching goal of the ICRC requires elaboration of prospective material concepts and sophisticated manipulation tools, inspired by recent progress in obtaining material of highest purity, by advancing spectroscopic techniques to reach ultimate sensitivity and by developing elaborate models for spins interacting within a many-body environment.

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Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Condensed Matter in the Time Domain
Non-equilibrium states can be created in condensed matter through ultrashort pulsed external stimuli such as light, pressure, electrical voltage or particles. This Collaborative Research Centre aims to achieve a material specific, microscopic understanding of such non-equilibrium states.To this end, new tools in experimental and theoretical physics will be developed to describe the time evolution from the moment of the stimulus to a state close to equilibrium in time and space.