Prof. Dr. A. Wipf

Prof. Dr. Andreas Wipf

Prof. Dr. A. Wipf
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Main areas of research

  • Relativistic fermionic systems: simulation of 4-Fermi theories (Thirring- and Gross-Neveu model) on three-dimensional lattices. Relevant for strongly interacting quantum systems with phase transitions. Applications to materials with Dirac point(s) in the electronic Dispersion relation

  • Supersymmetric gauge theories: Phase transitions and particle masses of theories in 4 and 2 dimensions. Relevant for theories beyond the Standard Model of particle physics and for the Gregory-Laflamme instability of Black Strings and Black Holes.

  • Renormalization group for supersymmetric (susy) field theories: the resurgence of supersymmetry in non-susy field theories at low energies and quantum corrections of the metric in field space. Relevant for the universal behaviour of susy theories.

Curriculum Vitae

  • 1984 Promotion, Universität Zürich
  • 11.1984 - 03.1986 Postdoc, Dublin Institute for Adv. Studies, Irland
  • 04.1986 - 12.1986 Assistent Professor, Dublin Institute for Adv. Studies
  • 01.1987 - 12.1987 Postdoc, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
  • 01.1988 - 10.1989 Postdoc, Max-Planck-Insitute in München
  • 11.1989 - 05.1995 Postdoc und Privatdozent, ETH Zurich
  • seit 06.1995: Professor, Lehrstuhl für Quantumtheorie, FSU Jena

Scientific interests

  • Lattice gauge theories with dynamical fermions
  • Functional renormalization group
  • Supersymmetric field theories
  • Monopoles, sphalerons and instantons
  • 4-Fermi systems
  • Low dimensional gauge theories
  • External field problems: effective actions, effective potentials
  • Quantum effects in curved spaces

Publications​ and lectures

Andreas Wipf, Univ.-Prof. Dr
Prof. Dr. Andreas Wipf, Dekan
+49 3641 9-47130
Abbeanum, Room 313a
Fröbelstieg 1
07743 Jena

Further information and lecture notes can be found on my personal website.


Book-Cover Statistical Approach to Quantum Field Theory
Statistical Approach to Quantum Field Theory
Pedagogical introduction for MSc. Students. To understand it, only some basic mathematics, statistical physics and quantum field theory are required. The book also offers more sophisticated concepts that are useful for current research.
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