Current fields of research include

- optimal transport in interacting many-body systems, with applications to excitonic energy transfer in molecular complexes

[research blog entries] - microscopic theory of the Hall effect: self-consistent solution of electric currents in semiconductor devices

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- wave-packet methods applied to coherent charge and heat transport in mesoscopic devices

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- classical trajectory fields and focussing effects in vicinity of cometary nuclei

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Methods used:

- GPU computing: finding algorithms for computational physics on massively parallel processors and graphics processing units (GPU)

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- theory of special functions to find analytic solutions for quantum-mechanical problems

Further interests:

- analytic quantum mechanical Green’s functions in electric and magnetic fields, with applications to photodetachment, photoionization, and atomlasers from Bose condensed atoms
- analytic solutions for explicitly time-dependent quantum-mechanical problems
- semiclassical limit of quantum-mechanics

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