Christian Schilling

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Christian Schilling

EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellow

I am an EPSRC postdoctoral fellow and research fellow at Wolfson College, working at the interface of quantum information theory and quantum many-body physics, particularly quantum chemistry. From 1 August 2019 onwards I will be leading an Emmy-Noether research group at LMU Munich. For details on my track record check out my CV

We are advertising a 2-year Postdoc (TV-L E13, 100%) and a 3-year PhD (TV-L E13, 75%) position in Theoretical Quantum Physics to join our Emmy-Noether research group, starting off on 1 August 2019 at the LMU Munich.
For further details see here

For the academic year 2018/2019 I am advertising the following MPhys projects:

  1. Entanglement analysis in an analytically solvable model
  2. Solving the "Hubbard-wheel": Interpolation between one and infinite dimensions
  3. 1-body N-representability problem for hard-core bosons
  4. Role of Generalized Pauli Constraints in time evolutions
  5. Developing a functional theory based on occupation numbers
  6. Exchange-correlation functional based on generalized Pauli constraints

For further details please contact me and see here.

Please check out our international interdisciplinary workshop on
`Reduced Density Matrices in Quantum Physics and Role of Fermionic Exchange Symmetry'
organized by Vlatko Vedral and me in Oxford, 12-15 April:
http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/confs/pauli2016