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I am a theoretical physicist in the field of condensed matter and strongly correlated systems. I have been an indpendent researcher and Heisenberg fellow in the group of Prof. Jan von Delft until end of 2017. I am currently located as a staff scientist at the Brookhaven National Lab in Upton, New York. My continued focus has been on the numerical simulation of nanostructures. Starting with my postdoc, I had moved into the field of strongly correlated systems, using numerical renormalization group techniques (NRG and DMRG) to study nanosystems embedded in dissipative environments (quantum impurity models). Quantum-many-body systems in and out of equilibrium in the presence of interaction offer many interesting open questions, given that strong correlation can lead to new emergent dynamical effects such as Kondo physics. In their exploration, besides analytical approaches, the access to quasi-exact numerical methods provides an extremely valuable perspective.

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