We are a young research group hosted by the Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics of the Univerity of Technology Graz. We are focusing on the theoretical description of novel, mostly strongly correlated, materials. We use numerical algorithms to simulate properties, with the Density-Functional-Theory + Dynamical Mean-Field Theory method being our work horse.
Systems that we investigated recently range from iron-pnictide superconductors, over Hund's metals and insulators, to quasi 1D materials. In addition, we spend time and money also on the development of numerical tools and their efficient implementations.
We are financed to a great part by the Austrian Science Fund
through a stand-alone project, and also
the START program. For a
description of the projects, see here. A
List of publication can be found in
For practical purposes regarding my work at the University of
Technology in Graz, there is this web
site with teaching and administrative information.