Theoretical and computational nanoscience


Nanoscience center contains seven theoretical and computational nanoscience research groups. Our computational nanosciences research focuses on the basic research of atomic clusters, nanocatalysis, low-dimensional structures, and other nanoscale objects. The quantum many-body theory group develops new theoretical methods to study many-particle interactions in molecular and solid state systems with a focus on systems out of equilibrium. The theoretical nanophysics research concentrates on superconductivity, magnetism, open quantum systems, in particular optomechanics, and topological media. 

The research groups are: