Statistical Mechanics: The Theory of Properties of Matter in Equilibrium

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Diagrammatic Keldysh nonequilibrium Green's function approach is also used in the group to investigate Open Quantum Systems. Applications of the formalism have been made towards understanding transport in quasi-periodic systems such as the Aubry-Andre-Harper model which is a simple one-dimensional system with a rich non-equilibrium phase diagram.

Stochastic many particle systems Usually when many interacting particle systems are taken out of equilibrium by driving them locally, globally or through boundaries, in low dimensions they manifests themselves through various interesting phenomena like anomalous tagged particle diffusion, appearance of long range correlations both static and dynamic , anomalous transport, nonlinear and singular temperature profiles etc. Our group is focused on understanding such features at large length and time scales using appropriate hydrodynamic as well as microscopic descriptions.

Quantum many-body physics Quantum systems with many interacting degrees of freedom like electrons show a rich array of emergent behaviour like magnetism, superconductivity.

Workshop: Statistical Mechanics of Active Matter

Recent discovery of a large number of materials including high temperature superconductors, various frustrated magnets, fractional quantum Hall systems and topological band insulators seem to indicate the existence of a whole new class of condensed matter phases whose properties cannot be captured within the conventional paradigm of condensed matter theory. Present research suggests that a proper understanding of these new phases would have to take into account the the subtle interplay of symmetries and quantum entanglement. The work of our group focuses on understanding such phases both from the point of view of theoretical framework building and experimental phenomenology.

Mod-01 Lec-01 Recapitulation of equilibrium statistical mechanics

More particularly, the interest is in unconventional quantum magnets called quantum spin liquids, interacting symmetry protected topological phases, correlated metals and interplay of spin-orbit coupling and electron correlations in such systems. Dynamics of Integrable Models The group is interested in dynamics of integrable models for e.

Equilibrium properties

In particular, solitons and duality in integrable models and the form of dynamical correlation functions are under investigation. Opportunities: Airbus Postdoctoral Prize Fellowships in turbulence and inertial particles in turbulent fluid flows. The meeting will focus on general topics in active matter physics, with emphasis on the statistical mechanics of active systems and applications.

The study of active particles has recently received much attention due to a renewed interest in the physical principles underlying their intriguing collective behaviours, complex hydrodynamical, rheological and mechanical properties.

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The phenomenology of active fluids is quite different from the one of out-of-equilibrium molecular fluids, often referred as passive fluids, and for this reason, the field is so fascinating. The theoretical studies are mainly based on phenomenological models, constructed by using physical insight, with the aim to reproduce the complex biological or chemical mechanisms determining the observed dynamics.

Examples in nature range from swimming microorganisms to insect swarms and flocking birds but they also include synthetic systems such as self-catalytic colloids and artificial micro-swimmers.

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The program will include two mini-courses will cover on general aspects of the subject and thematic seminars will survey recent developments. Utrecht University.

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