Quantum Condensed Matter:
From Field theory to Machine Learning

Innsbruck

Hello and welcome to our group page

The research group of Mathias S. Scheurer was established in September 2020. It is one of the ten research groups at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Innsbruck in Austria.

Our group deals with the theoretical description of the emergent collective phenomena that arise in interacting condensed matter systems as a result of competing interactions, disorder, and topology. More specifically, we are interested in unconventional and topological superconductivity, complex phase diagrams, the impact of impurities in crystals, spin-orbit coupling, magnetism, spin liquids and topological order, moiré superlattice systems, and non-Hermitian many-body physics. To address these problems, we use a combination of analytical and numerical techniques of quantum field theory and statistical mechanics. Furthermore, we explore the potential of machine-learning to address problems of many-body physics.

If you are interested in writing a Master or Bachelor thesis in this group, please contact the PI to discuss prospective topics.

To learn more about us, explore the links below: 

  

Team

People 

Get to know our team and work with us.

 

Research

Research

Learn more about our various research topics.

 

Publications

Publications

Here you can find a list of our publications.

 

Teaching

Teaching

Our group's lectures and seminars at UIBK.

 

News

News

Latest news from our group and the Institute for Theoretical Physics.

 

Campus

Visit us 

Our research group is located in Innsbruck, Austria.

 

 

Contact

Head of the Research Group
Dr. Mathias S. Scheurer
  +43 512 507-522 24
  mathias.scheurer@uibk.ac.at

Administrative Assistant
Elke Stenico
  +43 512 507-522 05
  elke.stenico@uibk.ac.at

Address

University of Innsbruck
Institute for Theoretical Physics
ICT building
Technikerstr. 21A
A-6020 Innsbruck

AUSTRIA

ICT building

ICT buildingOur research group's offices are on the 1st and 3rd floor.

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