The Q-Team

 

Around fifty years ago it was understood that quantum effects can generate new phenomenologies in many-body systems, for which the usual concepts borrowed from classical physics do not apply. Decades of research have unveiled new possibilities, with repercussions from fundamental science to workable technologies. Several groups around the world trail the way in this ongoing investigation. Today, a new one has joined this effort and has no fear of going where nobody has gone before, toward the quantum leap. If you have a problem... if classical physics cannot help... and if you can find them (psst, we are in Zagreb)... maybe you can contact... The Q-Team.

 

The team

 

 

 

External

Faculty

Fabio Franchini

 

Salvatore Marco Giampaolo

Vinko Zlatić

Ivan Balog

Post-Docs

Domagoj Kuić

Gianpaolo Torre

Jovan Odavić

Position to open soon

 

PhD Students

Vanja Marić

Position to open soon

 

Position to open soon

 

Undergraduate Students

 

 

Karlo Delić

 

 

Active Projects (with updated publication list):

      Novel Characterizations of Classical and Quantum Many-Body Systems

P.I.: Fabio Franchini

Funds: HrZZ (IP-2016-06-3347, DOK-2018-01-7464)

      Frustrated Complex Systems

P.I.: Salvatore Marco Giampaolo

Funds: HrZZ (IP-2019-04-3321)

 

Active Lines of Research:

      Effects of geometrical frustration in quantum many-body systems;

      Effects of entanglement in particle physics;

      Lack of ergodicity as a spontaneous symmetry breaking phenomenon;

      Localization in quasi-periodic systems;

      Quantum Thermodynamics;

      Random Matrix Theory;

      Strongly correlated 1D systems.