Computational & Statistical Physics
The TUC Research Lab Computational & Statistical Physics is focused on problems in statistical physics of hard and soft condensed matter as well as on applications to complex socio-economic systems with quantitative methods. To tackle such problems we rely on a wide range of analytical and numerical techniques, most prominently large-scale Monte Carlo simulations as well as combinatorial and heuristic optimisation algorithms, but also techniques for random graphs and networks as well as solution methods for stochastic processes such as epidemic spreading processes.
Angelique GaidaPhone: +49 371 531-33212
Fax: +49 371 531-833212
Office: P210 (C60.210)
International Workshop in Collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization Explores Synergies between Statistical Physics and Artificial Intelligence