New research group 'Computational Biology and Evolutionary Genomics'
The joint junior research group between our institute and the MPI of Molecular Cellbiology and Genetics is headed by Dr. Michael
Hiller and uses computational approaches to link phenotypic differences between species to differences in their genomes, which is key to understand how nature’s phenotypic diversity evolved.
New research group 'Topology and Correlations in Condensed Matter'
The research group is headed by Dr. Frank Pollmann and focuses on the study of topological phases of matter, the dynamics in disordered systems, and the applications of quantum information concepts to quantum many-body systems.