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PROFESSOR MARCIN MIERZEJEWSKI
Department of Theroretical Physics
Email: marcin@phys.us.edu.pl

MARCIN MIERZEJEWSKI received his PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Silesia in 1996. His PhD thesis on superconductivity was awarded by the Polish Prime Minister. In 2007 he became a professor. Marcin Mierzejewski spent one and a half years in the University of Duisburg and half a year in the Jozef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana. He also worked as a visiting professor in the International Center of Condensed Matter Physics in Brasília. His research concerns mainly the theory of condensed matter and nanosystems. His recent scientific interests are focused on the real-time dynamics of quantum systems, in particular solids and ultracold atoms.

Marcin Mierzejewski

Tytuł i stopień naukowy: Prof. dr hab.

Adres e-mail: marcin.mierzejewski@us.edu.pl

Pokój w SMCEBI: E/1/09

Zainteresowania badawcze: Teoria fazy skondensowanej, dynamika układów kwantowych

Najważniejsze osiągnięcia: Algorytmiczna konstrukcja całek ruchu w modelach ciasnego wiązania

Najważniejsze publikacje:
M. Mierzejewski, P. Prelovsek and T. Prosen, Identifying Local and Quasilocal Conserved Quantities in Integrable Systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 140601 (2015).
M. Mierzejewski, P. Prelovsek and T. Prosen, Breakdown of the generalized Gibbs ensemble for current-generating quenches,  Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 020602 (2014).
M. Mierzejewski, T. Prosen, D. Crivelli  and P. Prelovsek, Eigenvalue statistics of reduced density matrix during driving and relaxation, Phys. Rev. Lett.  110, 200602 (2013).
J. Bonca, M. Mierzejewski, L. Vidmar,  Nonequilibrium propagation and decay of a bound pair in driven t-J models, Phys. Rev. Lett 109, 156404 (2012).
M. Mierzejewski, L. Vidmar, J. Bonca,  and P. Prelovsek, Nonequilibrium quantum dynamics of a charge carrier doped into Mott insulator, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 196401 (2011)
M. Mierzejewski and P. Prelovšek, Nonlinear Current Response of an Isolated System of Interacting Fermions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 186405 (2010)

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