Anne E. B. Nielsen appointed Associate Professor
As of 1st October 2020, Anne E. B. Nielsen is employed as Associate Professor of theoretical physics at the Institute of Physics and Astronomy.
Her research deals with different phenomena in strongly correlated quantum systems. In recent years, she has worked intensively with the fractional quantum-Hall effect and anyons, but she also conducts research into non-thermal systems and studies the dynamics of quantum systems.
Since 2016, Anne has been employed in an Associate Professor-equivalent position as independent Max Planck research group leader at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, where she is leading the group "Quantum Many-body systems". At the same time, Anne has been on leave from a tenure-track position at Aarhus University.
She graduated from Aarhus University, where she received her PhD degree in 2010. Throughout her career, she has conducted research at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems and Stanford University.
At a later stage it will be announced, where and when the new Associate Professor will hold her inaugural lecture.