Physics Research at FSU
Condensed Matter Theoretical Physics
Our group maintains active theoretical research programs at the forefront of both "hard" and "soft" condensed matter physics. The former strives to understand phenomena arising from interplay of quantum mechanics and interactions among an extremely large number of constituents. On the other hand, the latter studies states of matter dominated by energies of the order of room temperature where quantum aspects are generally unimportant. Nevertheless, condensation of matter into complex yet organized collective states is a common theme unifying the two subfields
Examples "hard" theory are studies of
Examples of "soft" theory are studies of
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Our theory group benefits from close involvement with these state-of-the-art facilities, and takes full advantage of the unique opportunity to interact with the World’s premier experimentalists. This close connection is evidenced by a number of joint theory-experiment publications.