# Seiringer Group

## Mathematical Physics

Robert Seiringer and his research group focus on many-body systems in quantum mechanics. In particular, they are interested in problems in quantum statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics. Such systems display a rich variety of complex phenomena, and it is of fundamental importance to understand the basic underlying principles as thoroughly and precisely as possible.

The goal of their research is the development of new mathematical tools for a rigorous analysis of such quantum many-body systems. Because of the complexity of the systems many phenomena are so far only understood using either perturbation theory or uncontrolled approximations whose justification remains open. It therefore remains a challenge to derive non-perturbative results and to obtain precise conditions under which the various approximations can or cannot be justified. For this purpose it is often necessary to apply modern mathematical techniques or even to develop new ones. In this way, physical ideas and intuition tend to give rise to new mathematical methods. These new methods lead to different points of view and thus increase our understanding of physical systems.

**Contact**

Robert Seiringer

Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria)

Am Campus 1

A – 3400 Klosterneuburg

Phone: +43 (0)2243 9000-5701

E-mail: robert.seiringer@
ist.ac.at

**Assistant**

Marija Soronda

Phone: +43 (0)2243 9000-1178

E-mail: marija.soronda@
ist.ac.at

**Team**

**Selected Publications**

- Seiringer R., Frank R.L., Hainzl C., Solovej J.P. 2012. Microscopic Derivation of Ginzburg-Landau Theory, J. Amer. Math. Soc. 25, 667–713.
- Seiringer R., Frank R.L., Lewin M., Lieb E.H. 2011. Energy cost to make a hole in the Fermi sea, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 150402.
- Seiringer R. 2011. The Excitation Spectrum for Weakly Interacting Bosons, Commun. Math. Phys. 306, 565–578.

**Career**

Since 2013 Professor, IST Austria

2010-2013 Associate Professor, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

2005 Habilitation, University of Vienna, Austria

2003-2010 Assistant Professor, Princeton University, USA

2001-2003 Postdoc, Princeton University, USA

2000-2001 Assistant, University of Vienna, Austria

2000 PhD, University of Vienna, Austria

**Selected Distinctions**

2012-2017 William Dawson Scholarship

2012-2014 NSERC E.W.R. Steacie memorial Fellowship

2009-2010 U.S. National Science Foundation CAREER Grant

2009 Henri Poincaré Prize of the International Association of Mathematical Physics

2004-2006 Alfred P. Sloan Fellow

2001-2003 Erwin Schrödinger Fellow