I investigate emergent collective phenomena in many-body problems in the quantum realm. I am interested in the interplay of topology, symmetry and geometry in condensed matter physics. More details about my research can be found here.
- FYGB08 Analytical Mechanics I, 7.5 credits.
- FYGB07 Quantum Physics I, 7.5 credits.
I received my PhD from Heidelberg University in 2011. After postdocs at the University of Washington in Seattle and the University of Colorado in Boulder, in August 2016 I started our Emmy Noether group at TU Munich. After spending five years in Munich, I moved to Karlstad University, where in October 2021 I started as a Senior Lecturer.