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Harald O. Jeschke - Teaching

SS 2016
Computational Methods in Solid State Theory
Abstract: Tight binding, density functional theory, Matsubara Greens functions, analytic continuation, dynamical mean field theory, Hartree Fock mean field, exact diagonalization, continuous time quantum Monte Carlo.
SS 2015
Computational Methods in Solid State Theory
Abstract: Tight binding, density functional theory, Matsubara Greens functions, analytic continuation, dynamical mean field theory, Hartree Fock mean field, exact diagonalization, random phase approximation.
SS 2014
Computational Methods in Solid State Theory
Abstract: Tight binding, density functional theory, Hartree Fock mean field, exact diagonalization, Matsubara Greens functions, analytic continuation, random phase approximation, dynamical mean field theory.
SS 2013
Computational Methods in Solid State Theory
Abstract: Tight binding, density functional theory, Hartree Fock mean field, Matsubara Greens functions, analytic continuation, random phase approximation, dynamical mean field theory.
SS 2012
Computational Methods in Solid State Theory
Abstract: Tight binding, density functional theory, Hartree Fock mean field, Matsubara Greens functions, analytic continuation, random phase approximation, exact diagonalization, Monte Carlo.
SS 2010
Höhere Theoretische Festkörperphysik
Abstract: Density functional theory, Greens functions, transport, magnetism, superconductivity.
WS 2009/10
Einführung in die Theoretische Festkörperphysik
Abstract: Periodical structures, Born Oppenheimer approximation, lattice vibrations, noninteracting electrons, electron-electron interaction, electron phonon interaction.
SS 2009
Mathematische Ergänzungen zur Vorlesung: "Theoretische Physik 4: Quantenmechanik 1"
Abstract: Plane waves, Fourier analysis, Dirac delta function, Hilbert space structure of quantum mechanics, differential equations, nabla operator in different coordinate systems, complete orthogonal systems.
SS 2008
Theoretische Physik II (Professurvertretung Universität des Saarlandes)
Abstract: Theoretische Elektrodynamik. Elektrostatik, Magnetostatik, Grundlagen der Elektrodynamik, Elektromagnetische Strahlung im Vakuum, Elektromagnetische Felder in Materie, Relativistische Formulierung der Elektrodynamik.
WS 2007/08
Theoretische Physik I (Professurvertretung Universität des Saarlandes)
Abstract: Theoretische Mechanik: Newtonsche Mechanik, Zweikörperproblem, Schwingungen, Lagrangeformalismus, starre Körper, Hamiltonformalismus, relativistische Mechanik, Kontinuumsmechanik.
SS 2007
Mathematische Ergänzungen zur Vorlesung: "Theoretische Physik 1/2: Theoretische Mechanik" (Vertretung für Prof. J. Maruhn)
WS 2006/07
Numerical Methods
Abstract: This lecture gives an overview of numerical methods that are important for the theoretical physicist. In a first part, we will cover generally applicable basic methods like matrix diagonalization or integration of differential equations. In the second part we will proceed to methods like exact diagonalization or quantum Monte Carlo that are suitable for solving model Hamiltonians in condensed matter physics. We will focus on algorithms and occasionally discuss available software or libraries and methods of implementation.
WS 2005/06
Computational Methods in Condensed Matter Physics
Abstract: This lecture gives an overview of numerical methods that are important for the condensed matter theorist. In a first part, we will cover generally applicable basic methods like matrix diagonalization or genetic algorithms. In the second part we will proceed to methods like exact diagonalization or quantum Monte Carlo that are suitable for solving model Hamiltonians in condensed matter physics. We will focus on algorithms and occasionally discuss available software or libraries and methods of implementation.
SS 2005
Nanostructured Materials
Abstract: Nanostructured materials have been shown in recent years to possess fascinating new properties as well as large potential for applications in technology. This class of materials including nanotubes, nanocrystals and nanostructured thin films will be discussed from a theoretical point of view. It will be analyzed how their mechanical, transport, thermodynamic, and optical properties depend on the particle size and assembly. Varying these parameters yields a wide range of properties, giving rise to the possibility of designing materials with given specifications.
WS 2004/05
Atomistic Simulation of Material Properties
Abstract: The microscopic investigation of material properties at finite temperature, under the influence of mechanical stress or optical excitation often depends, due to the large number of degrees of freedom, on classical or semiclassical simulation methods. This lecture will cover in detail widely used methods of molecular dynamics simulation on the basis of classical interaction potentials as well as tight binding and the embedded atom method. The application to modern problems of materials science will be treated extensively.

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