The department of Physics, Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen is offering a 2-year post doc position in condensed matter theory starting 1 March 2022, or as soon as possible thereafter.

The project will be funded by a grant from the Villum Foundation. The position is part of the research group led by Brian. M. Andersen, embedded in the larger condensed matter theory group at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. The overarching goal of the project is to obtain new fundamental insight into the origin of emergent quantum phases in timely correlated materials. This includes studies of correlation-induced nontrivial topological phases, spin- and valley-polarized states and unconventional superconductivity in correlated materials, including, for example, magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene, cuprates, kagome metals, and iron-based superconductors. In addition, we will explore the experimental consequences of the various relevant correlation-induced phases, and collaborate closely with experimental groups to test for new predictions by theory.

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