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Giorgio Sangiovanni
Max-Planck Institut for Solid State Research
Theory department: Prof. Dr. Ole Krogh Andersen

Max-Planck Institut für Festkörperforschung,
Heisenbergstraße, D-70569 Stuttgart 

Tel: +49 711 689 1566

New address (since September 2008):
Vienna University of Technology
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Research Interests
Giorgio Sangiovanni's research activities are devoted to the theory of strongly correlated electrons, electron-lattice interactions and more generally to the theory of high temperature superconductivity. He finished his Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" under the supervision of Dr.Massimo Capone and Prof.Claudio Castellani. Within the thesis he employed Dynamical Mean Field Theory to tackle the problem of electron-phonon interactions in strongly correlated systems. Presently, he is interested in developing more advanced tools to study strongly correlated systems coupled to phonons. To this end, he recently wrote a Cluster Dynamical Mean Field Theory code for the Hubbard-Holstein model with exact-diagonalization, in collaboration with Dr.Erik Koch and Dr.Olle Gunnarsson. He also has a collaboration with Prof. Sergio Ciuchi which centers on studying electron-phonon interactions using Quantum Monte Carlo.

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