Statistical Physics Group at University of Granada

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Science Faculty
Avenida Fuentenueva
37° 10' 46.1496" N, 3° 36' 28.908" W

Research Topics:

- Quantum Engineering and Information: Transport phenomena in open quantum systems, classical simulation of quantum systems, full counting statistics, quantum effects in biological systems, and entanglement features.

- Statistical Physics: theory of phase transitions and critical phenomena, nonequilibrium steady states, interfaces, neurophysics and other interdisciplinary applications.

- Computational Physics: Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics methods, numerical analysis, model and simulation of systems and processes.

- Kinetic theory, kinetic and master equations, correlation functions, integral equations, fluids.

Key words: statistical mechanics; non-linear physics; solid state physics (cooperative properties); magnetism; lattice models; complex, disordered and impure systems (including spin glasses and neural networks); reaction-diffusion systems; fast ionic conductors; alloys; billiards; interfacial growth; nonequilibrium ensembles; field theory; self organized criticality; renormalization group.