Laboratoire de Physique Théorique

de la Matière Condensée


  • Lundi 11 décembre 2023 à 10h45

    Han Ma (Perimeter Institute) Renormalization group for metals: application to Fermi liquids and experimental consequences Metals, commonly found in various quantum materials, are characterized by...

  • Jeudi 30 novembre 2023 à 14h00

    Yurij Holovatch (Institute for Condensed Matter Physics, National Acad. Sci. of Ukraine, Lviv, Ukraine;L4 Collaboration & Doctoral College for the Statistical Physics of Complex Systems,...

  • Lundi 27 novembre 2023 à 10h45

    Parameshwar R. Pasnoori (University of Maryland) Spin fractionalization in strongly correlated one dimensional systems One dimensional quantum systems exhibit many interesting physical phenomena...

  • Lundi 20 novembre 2023 à 10h45

    Chunxiao Liu (UC Berkeley) Lieb-Schultz-Mattis constraints in 3D: application to the pyrochlore and the diamond lattices The Lieb-Schultz-Mattis (LSM) theorem is a powerful statement about when...

Theoretical physics of condensed matter UMR CNRS 7600

The lab LPTMC "Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée" (Theoretical physics of condensed matter) in the Université Pierre et Marie Curie is a CNRS ("Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique", National Centre for Scientific Research) "Unité Mixte de Recherche" (UMR 7600).

The lab's main areas of research concern chemical reactions in liquids, quantum solids and liquids, reactivity in inhomogeneous media, disordered systems, complex fluids and statistical mechanics of living matter.

Director : Bertrand DELAMOTTE

Boîte 121,
Corridors 12-13 and 13-23, 5th floor
Sorbonne Université
4, Place Jussieu,
75252 Paris Cedex 05,

Phone from department: (+33) 01 44 27 49 52


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  • Molecular 'spinning tops' dynamics

    The article written by Victor Dotsenko, Pascal Viot, Alberto Imparato and Gleb Oshanin   Cooperative dynamics in two-component out-of-equilibrium systems: molecular 'spinning tops' Victor S Dotsenko et al J. Stat. Mech. (2022) 123211 a been seledcted in "Highlights" du...

  • Motion voted against CPJ

    The LPTMC laboratory council voted against the principle of junior professorships (CPJ) at Sorbonne University.

  • Welcome to Aurélien Grasch, newly hired at LPTMC

    Aurélien is now a CNRS researcher in our lab, hired in 2022. He was a post-doctorate fellow at LPTMC since one year. His research areas are the systems of interacting/out of equilibrium particles, random matrices applications, disordered systems, non-abelian...

  • Welcome to Riccardo Rossi, newly hired at LPTMC

    Riccardo is now a CNRS permanent researcher in our laboratory, recruited in 2021, and arrived in September. His specialty is interacting quantum matter. He develops algorithms and effective field theories to solve models in this area. He is also interested in...