Through a wide range of postgraduate courses, which may be either coursework or research-based, the students of this PhD program have the opportunity to develop the unique talents needed for their future career in the field of Statistical Physics. The staff members within the programs are experts in their chosen fields of research. Each one brings specific skills to their course, and collectively they provide a focus for intensive Statistical Physics research which strives for the highest standards of academic achievement. The PhD program consequently offers a stimulating and supportive environment for students engaging in postgraduate research in these areas.
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List of the courses
- Entanglement Entropy and Quantum Field Theories (P. Calabrese, 3 credits)
- Field Theory of Critical Phenomena (G. Delfino, 3 credits)
- Statistical Physics of Cold Atoms (A. Trombettoni, 3 credits)
- Stochastic Dynamics in Statistical Physics (A. Gambassi, 3 credits)
- Advanced Topics in Probability Theory (M. Marsili, 2 credits)
- Disordered Systems (A. Scardicchio, 2 credits)
- Functional Renormalization Group (A. Codello, 2 credits)
- Introduction to Bethe Ansatz (F. Franchini, 2 credits)
- Introduction to Holography (E. Tonni, 2 credits)
- One-dimensional topological matter from a density-matrix-renormalization group perspective (M. Dalmonte, 2 credits)
- Properties of long-range interacting systems (S. Ruffo & A. Trombettoni, 2 credits)
- Introduction to Random Matrices (P. Vivo, N/A credits)
- Stochastic Thermodynamics and Thermodynamics of Information (L. Peliti, 2 credits)