Director of the Center for Computational Quantum Physics (Simons Foundation, New York city)
Professor at Collège de France Link
Professor at Ecole Polytechnique
Research group : Condensed Matter
Lauréat d'une ERC Synergy Grant : "QMAC" "Frontiers in Quantum Materials Control"
Médaille d’argent du CNRS 2007
Prix Agilent Technologies Europhysics 2006
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Strongly Correlated Quantum Materials
My research interests are in theoretical condensed matter and statistical physics. Most of my recent research deals with the physics of strong electron-electron interactions. These interactions have spectacular effects in materials such as transition metals and their oxides, f-electron compounds and organic conductors. I am interested in these effects from the viewpoint of models and basic mechanisms, as well as in combination with first-principle electronic structure methods. I also have an interest in the physics of electron correlations in nanoelectronic devices (such as quantum dots), as well as in cold atoms in optical lattices.
A complete list (in pdf format) can be found here.
My publications posterior to 1992 can be accessed on cond-mat.
I list below three more extensive publications (2 review articles and recent lecture notes published as a book chapter):
Bouchaud J.P., Georges A.
Anomalous diffusion in disordered media: statistical mechanisms, models and physical applications.
Physics Reports 195 (1990) 127
Georges A., Kotliar D.G., Krauth W. and M.Rozenberg M.
Dynamical mean-field theory of strongly correlated fermion systems and the limit of infinite dimensions.
Reviews of Modern Physics 68 (1996) 13-125
Strongly Correlated Electron Materials: Dynamical Mean-Field Theory and Electronic Structure.
in: Lectures on the physics of highly correlated electron systems VIII, A.Avella and F.Mancini Eds. AIP Conference Proceedings — August 20, 2004 — Volume 715, Issue 1, pp. 3-74
Freely available version of these lecture notes: cond-mat/0403123 (as taught in the Troisieme Cycle de la Suisse Romande, EPFL, 2002)