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Theoretische Physik I

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Werner Hanke

Emeritus and Research Prof.
Theoretische Physik I
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
Am Hubland
97074 Würzburg
Deutschland
Gebäude: M1 Informatik/Physik
Raum: 3018
Telefon: +49 931 31-85714
Prof. Dr. Werner Hanke

Forschungsinteressen

  • Vielteilchenphysik der kondensierten Materie

  • Stark korrelierte Fermionen

  • Hochtemperatur-Supraleitung

  • Magnetismus

  • Neue Quantenzustände der Materie: topologische Supraleitung, Quanten-Spin-Hall-Effekt

Quantum Spin Hall Effect

Quantum-Spin-Hall (QSH) materials are two-dimensional representatives of the family of topological insulators. They promise revolutionary device applications ("spintronics") based on dissipationless propagations of spin currents at their edges (see Fig. above).

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Accessing topological superconductivity via a combined STM and renormalization-group analysis

The search for topological superconolactors (TSC) has recently become a key issue in conolensed matter physics, because of their possible relevance to provide a platform for Majorana bound states, non-Abelianstatistics and quantum computing.

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Exploring the World of Interacting Fermions with the Functional Renormalization Group

When one wants to reslve the competing phases (such as the anti-ferromagnetic (AF) and superconducting (SC) phases in e.g. the High-Temperature Superconductors) one has to bridge in a controlled manner on enormous difference in energy scales:

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