Postdoctorals positions in Condensed Matter Theory are available at the Department of Physics of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in the group of Professors Elbio Dagotto and Adriana Moreo. Areas of interest are iron- and copper-based high critical temperature superconductors, influence of spin-orbit coupling on phase diagrams of correlated electrons, quasi one-dimensional chains and ladders, non-equilibrium properties of correlated electrons, oxide interfaces and thin films, topological effects, bulk complex oxides, multiferroic materials, and others.
We are interested in a variety of many-body techniques, such as Monte Carlo simulations, density matrix renormalization group, exact diagonalization, dynamical mean field theory, and others.
Information about our group can be found in http://sces.phys.utk.edu
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