Intoductory material
Molecular Electronics Group

  • Direct, inverse, and algebraic quantum scattering theory
  • Geometric and Berry phases. Physical applications
  • Interaction of charged particles with matter
  • Molecular physics
  • Electronic and geometrical structure of atoms, molecules, clusters and solids
  • Fullerenes, electronic and optical properties of C60 and its derivatives
  • Many-body theory
  • Electron localization
  • Complex structures in extended systems
  • Disordered systems, localization-delocalization transition, statistics of energy spectra
  • Relativistic valence band spectroscopy of metals and disordered alloys
  • Classical and Kohn-Sham density functional theories
  • Ordering properties of metallic alloys and surfaces
  • Tunneling theory, STM microscopy
  • Thermodynamics and transport properties of charge- and spin-density waves
  • Lattice statistical problems (percolation theory, Ising systems, phase transitions)
  • Temporal and spatial scaling in non-equilibrium statistical physics (growth, fracture, self-organized criticality)
  • Simulation and theory of driven systems with large number of degrees of freedom (e.g. granular media and traffic)
  • Surface magnetism and surface magnetocrystalline anisotropy
  • Ab initio and multiscale investigations of magnetic nanostructures
  • Strongly correlated systems
  • Light scattering in metals and superconductors
  • Mesoscopic systems
  • Tunneling centers in metals
  • Kondo effect
  • Electronic structure of disordered High Temperature Superconductors
  • Anomalous properties of high temperature superconductors
  • Amorphous semiconductors, electronic structure
  • Amorphous semiconductors, RMC structure simulation