For students interested to do a thesis at Mathematical Physics
The research at the division of Mathematical Physics is focused on nanoscience, solids, atoms, and nuclei, where we use tools from basic theoretical physics (dominantly quantum mechanics but als
electrodynamics and thermodynamics). Particular emphasis is given to the development and application of general methods to describe interacting
many-body quantum systems (Green's functions, density functional theory, configuration interaction, etc.). This work is frequently done in direct cooperation within NanoLund, MAX IV, ESS, the division of Nuclear Physics, and other groups all over the world.
As solid knowledge of quantum mechanics including the occupation number formalism is expected, we suggest, that you complete the following courses
before starting the thesis: