Meden Group

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Name

Volker Meden

Professor

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+49 241 80 27018

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Research Activities

  • Quantum many-body physics
  • Low-dimensional correlated electrons
  • One-particle properties of Luttinger liquids
  • Boundary and impurity effects in Luttinger liquids
  • Transport in low-dimensional, mesoscopic systems
  • Kondo effect
  • Renormalization group methods
  • Nonequilibrium properties (steady state and dynamics)
  • Quantum phase transitions in low-dimensional systems
 

Some basic things on my (at present) favorite method - the functional renormalization group - you will find on the following page.

 

Selected and most recent publications

  1. Nonequilibrium functional renormalization group for interacting quantum systems
    S. Jakobs, V. Meden, and H. Schoeller
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 150603 (2007) (cond-mat/0702494)
  2. Functional renormalization group approach to correlated fermion systems
    W. Metzner, M. Salmhofer, C. Honerkamp, V. Meden, and K. Schönhammer
    Rev. Mod. Phys. 84, 299 (2012) (arXiv:1105.5289)
  3. Luttinger liquid universality in the time evolution after an interaction quench
    C. Karrasch, J. Rentrop, D. Schuricht, and V. Meden
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 126406 (2012) (arXiv:1205.2091)
  4. Oscillatory dynamics and non-markovian memory in dissipative quantum systems
    D. Kennes, O. Kashuba, M. Pletyukhov, H. Schoeller, and V. Meden
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 100405 (2013) (arXiv:1211.0293)
  5. The Anderson-Josephson quantum dot -- A theory perspective
    V. Meden
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 31, 163001 (2019) (arXiv:1810.02181)
  6. Conductance of correlated many-fermion systems from charge fluctuations
    Y. He, D. M. Kennes, and V. Meden
    Phys. Rev. B 105, 165120 (2022) (arXiv: 2111.01120)
  7. Quantum dot coupled to topological insulators: The role of edge states,
    M. T. Maurer, Y.-T. Lin, D. M. Kennes, M. Pletyukhov, H. Schoeller, and V. Meden
    Phys. Rev. B 105, 115419 (2022) (arXiv: 2112.11814)
  8. Simulation of Steady-State Energy Metabolism in Cycling and Running
    S. Nolte, O. J. Quittmann, and V. Meden
    SportRXiv.110 (2022)
  9. Functional renormalization group for non-Hermitian and PT-symmetric systems
    L. Grunwald, V. Meden, and D. M. Kennes
    arXiv:2203.08108 (2022)
  10. The mathematical modeling of lactate curves from graded incremental exercise tests
    S. Nolte, O. J. Quittmann, and V. Meden
    SportRXiv.136 (2022)

A complete list of my publications is also available.