Condensed Matter Theory:

  • Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
  • Unconventional Superconductivity (e.g. book published 2004)
  • Triplet Josephson-junctions
  • Theory of time-resolved spectroscopy
  • Generalized Response-Theory
  • Numerical and Statistical Methods

Recent Research Highlights:

Classification of Higgs modes

Higgs spectroscopy

Detecting superconductivity out of equilibrium

Chiral Majorana Edge States

Publications:

Invited Talks

Research Team:

  • Dr. Satoshi Ikegaya
  • Dr. Matteo Puviani
  • Dr. Xiaodong Cao
  • Lukas Schwarz
  • Alex Maistrenko
  • Simon Klein

Vacant positions:

Former Members:

  • Dr. Damien Terrade
  • Dr. Andreas Schnyder
  • Dr. Ludwig Klam
  • Dr. Philip Brydon
  • Dr. Christian Joas
  • Prof. Dr. Ha Kim
  • Dr. Flavio Nogueira
  • Prof. Dr. Ilya Eremin
  • Dr. Simone Hamerla
  • Dr. Wei Chen
  • Dr. Gaetano Annunziata
  • Dr. Benedikt Fauseweh
  • Paul Fröse

Cirriculum Vitae

Lectures:

  • WS 19/20: Advanced Theory of Quantum Materials @ FU Berlin
  • Winter Term 2018/19: Many Body Theory of Quantum Materials @ U Tokyo
  • Spring Term 2018: Many Body Theory of Quantum Materials @ UBC Vancouver
  • SS 2016: Response Fuctions: Basics and Applications @ FU Berlin
  • SS 2014: Advanced Topics in Theoretical Condensed Matter Theory @ FU Berlin
  • SS 2012: Nanophysics: Superconductivity, Magnetism, and non-equilibrium @ FU Berlin
  • SS 2010: Solid State Theory @ FU Berlin
  • WS 08/09: Elementary excitations in solids and their description by response functions @ FU Berlin
  • WS 06/07: Linear Response Theory: Basics and Applications @ FU Berlin
  • WS 05/06: Linear Response Theory: Basics and Applications @ FU Berlin
  • WS 04/05: Elementary excitations in solids and their description by response functions @ FU Berlin
  • SS 2003: Quantum theory I @ FU Berlin
  • SS 2002: Solid State Theory @ FU Berlin
  • SS 2000: Solid State Theory @ FU Berlin
  • WS 99/00: Magnetism and Electronic Properties of Thin Films @ FU Berlin
  • SS 1999: Selected Topics of Modern Many-Body Theory @ FU Berlin

Recent third party funds

"Transition Metal Oxide Interfaces: Novel Emerging Functionalities"
ARC: Australien Research Council ($ 403.900)
Funding period: 2019 - 2021
Co-applicants: C. Ulrich (UNSW Sydney)

Author

Dr. rer. nat. habil. Dirk Manske
Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart and

Adjunct Professor, Free University Berlin
Insitute for Theoretical Physics
Arnimallee 14
D-14195 Berlin
Germany

Office (Stuttgart)
Tel.: +49-711-689-1552
room 5 D 23
D.Manske@fkf.mpg.de
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