Niels Benedikter

Research Interests

I'm a PostDoc in Mathematical Physics, specialized on Many-Body Quantum Systems and Condensed Matter.

I work on the mathematically rigorous derivation of effective evolution equations for fermionic and bosonic many-body systems. I also work on spin wave theory for the Heisenberg model. Furthermore I am interested in quantum field theory models like for example non-relativistic quantum electrodynamics.

Contact

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Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Copenhagen
Universitetsparken 5
2100 København Ø
DENMARK
Office:04.2.11
E-mail:niels.benedikter "[a t]" math.ku.dk
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