Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics

 

ICTP's Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics (CMSP) section investigates the physics of disordered, mesoscopic and strongly correlated electron systems, and performs computer simulations of the atomistic and electronic structure of materials. Because many of the concepts and methods in condensed matter physics have at their core some elements of statistical and nonlinear physics, a
significant amount of research in this section is devoted to statistical mechanics and applications.

 

Highlights

Connections Beyond Equilibrium
ICTP Summer School Explores Non-Equilibrium Dynamics
 
Tuan Anh Pham
ICTP Diploma alum awarded prestigious fellowship
 
The new phase diagram of oxygen proposed by ICTP and SISSA researchers.
ICTP and SISSA scientists suggest a new phase of oxygen
 
Making Fuel from the Sun
Lighting (and Igniting) the Way to a Renewable Future
 
Spotlight on Quantum Modeling
ICTP supports prize to recognise fresh talent in quantum modeling