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PhD position in precision methods for correlated electrons at King’s College London

   Department of Physics

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  Dr E Kozik  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (UK Students Only)

About the Project

Applications are open for a PhD studentship in Condensed Matter Theory with the focus on correlated many-body systems in the group of Evgeny Kozik at King’s College London.

We are looking for candidates with background in field-theoretical techniques, such as, e.g., Green’s function methods and Feynman diagrams, interest in algorithm development, Monte Carlo methods, artificial intelligence and, preferably, with solid computer programming skills. Possible directions for the PhD project include development of novel techniques for many-electron systems and their application to longstanding problems of high-temperature and unconventional superconductivity, quantum magnetism and other prominent phenomena of strong electron correlations.

The successful candidate will join the Theory and Simulation of Condensed Matter Group at King’s [] with a broad range of interests in many-body theory in and out of equilibrium, quantum field theory and ab initio approaches, transport, dynamical mean-field theory and quantum chemistry.

Full funding is available to UK-resident candidates. Applicants from other countries can apply but would normally need to cover international student fees from other sources. A limited number of international student fee waivers are available. 

Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Start date: October 2022

For expression of interest and informal enquiries please contact: Dr. Evgeny Kozik, [Email Address Removed]

For full information on how to apply:

The Physics department at King’s College London supports Diversity and Equality and we invite all eligible candidates to apply.

The Physics department at King’s College London was awarded the Silver Swan medal and Juno Champion award from IOP:

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