I'm a PostDoc working in Mathematical Physics, specialized on Many-Body Quantum Systems and Condensed Matter.
I work on the mathematically rigorous derivation of effective equations for interacting many-body systems. Examples are the Gross-Pitaevskii and Bogoliubov theories of Bose-Einstein condensates, Hartree-Fock theory for fermionic many-body systems, spin wave theory for the ferromagnetic Heisenberg model, and the random phase approximation describing emergent bosonic excitations in the Fermi gas.
|Address: ||Seiringer group|
Am Campus 1
|Office:||Office Building West (Building 21), 3rd floor|
|E-mail:||niels.benedikter "[a t]" ist.ac.at|
Online Researcher Profiles
- all my articles are available on arXiv.org
- ORCID: 0000-0002-1071-6091
- Web of Science Citation report for AU=Benedikter Niels
- Scopus Author ID: 56183697400 (you may need to open the link twice)
- Google Scholar
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