Condensed Matter Physics (KOMET)

High magnification image of the magnetic structure of nanometer sized rings
High magnification image of the magnetic structure of nanometer sized rings
Simulation of the spin configuration in a magnetic domainwall
Simulation of the spin configuration in a magnetic domainwall
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Research in Condensed Matter Physics at JGU Mainz covers a wide range of areas ranging from strongly correlated electron systems, superconductivity, magnetism, spintronics to surface science, ultrafast phenomena to soft matter science, biological physics, and statistical physics at equilibrium and nonequilibrium.

If you are interested in carrying out research in Mainz as a PhD student, postdoctoral researcher, or visiting scientist, please contact one of our faculty members.

Research areas and research groups

Theory


Statistical physics & soft matter

Spintronics & nanoelectronics

Quantum many body theory

Experiment


Novel materials

Magnetism

Microscopy & spectroscopy

Colloid physics

Ultrafast phenomena
Scanning force microscopy
X-ray scattering
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Our research is supported by a number of coordinated research centres including the Graduate School of Excellence Materials Science in Mainz (MAINZ), the Collaborative Research Centres TRR 146, Spin+X, TR49, SFB 1066, the DFG priority programs Graphene, SpinCat, FFlexCom, Microswimmers, the European Training Network nanoTRANS, and the state - funded research centres CINEMA, CMS, and MPGC.

We host the Spin Phenomena Interdisciplinary Center (SPICE) and are part of the CECAM node Soft matter and statistical Physics (CECAM-DE-SMSM).