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Johan Jönsson's research focuses on incorporating spectroscopic calculations in the dynamical mean field theory.

Dynamical mean field theory gives a good description of the electronic structure of materials where electronic correlations become important, so called strongly correlated materials.

Spectroscopy is used in experiments in order to determine a large number of different properties and, the spectroscopic properties of a material is determined by it's electronic structure. It therefore becomes important to have a good description of the electronic structure in order to properly calculate the spectroscopic properties.

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Curriculum Vitae

Academic degrees

  • M.sc. in applied mathematics, 2015, Linköping university, Linköping, Sverige 

Teaching

  • TFYA73 Modern physics I, tutor, 2016 
  • TFYA74 Modern physics II, tutor, 2015-2016 
  • TFYA72 Physics, lab tutor, 2015-2016 
  • TFYA71 Oscillations and mechanical waves, lab tutor, 2015

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