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Mathematical Physics

Mathematical Physics is a joint division between the Natural Science and Engineering (LTH) faculties and is part of the Department of Physics at Lund University. Research is conducted primarily in quantum-mechanical many-particle theory. Topics include nanometer systems and time-dependent non-equilibrium phenomena, quantum information, strongly correlated materials, atomic structure and dynamics, ultra-cold atomic quantum gases, and nuclear structure. Numerous partnerships exist both internationally and within Lund University.

The research division Mathematical Physics, its researchers, projects, and publications in Lund University's research portal.

Link to the Mathematical Physics division's website