Welcome to WWW pages of the Department of Complex Physical Systems.
The department is a part of the
Institute of Physics of the
Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Research in the department consists of theoretical investigations
of various complex physical systems by analytical and numerical means.
Main topics are currently:
- computer modelling of condensed-matter systems (Center for Computational Material Science),
- statistical mechanics of low-dimensional coulombic systems,
- transport processes in quasi one-dimensional structures,
and efficiency in quantum information processing,
- hadron properties in dense QCD matter and extremal fields,
- the mechanism of confinement and symmetry breaking in gauge theories on the lattice and on the light front.
Click on links (left) to find more information on the staff and activities
of the department.
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- In January 2016, our Department was joined by two new
members, Krisztián Palotás, supported by the SASPRO Fellowship of SAS, and Matej Pivoluska,
supported by the Štefan Schwarz Fellowship of SAS.
on Jan. 13,
- In November 2015, our Department was joined by two new
members, Juraj Boháčik and Peter Filip,
formerly at the Department of Theoretical Physics.
on Dec. 17,
- Ladislav Šamaj becomes new head of the Department
from July 1, 2015. [News added on June 23,
- Martin Plesch was appointed Associate Professor of
Physics by the Scientific Board of the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics of the Comenius University in Bratislava.
on Oct 6,
- Our former colleague, Peter Markoš, was appointed Professor of Physics by the President of the Slovak Republic. [News
on May 26,
Check for news in Slovak.