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Thierry Giamarchi

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Thierry Giamarchi graduated from Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris and received his PhD from Paris XI University in 1987. He has been a permanent member of the french CNRS since 1986, and between 1990-1992 was a postdoc/visitor at Bell Laboratories. In 2002 he moved as a full professor to the Condensed Matter Department at the University of Geneva.
His research work deals with the effects of interactions in low dimensional quantum systems, such as Luttinger liquids, and on the effects of disorder in classical and quantum systems with works showing the existence of novel disordered phases such as the Bose glass and the Bragg glass. He received in 2000 the Abragam prize from the french Academy of Sciences.
He is the author of about 160 publications, 10 chapters of books, and one monograph ``Quantum physics in one dimension'' with Oxford.
He is a referee for many journals and funding organizations, has been an editor of Europhysics letters and has been recognized as an ``Outstanding Referee'' by the APS.
He has also served on the board of several scientific institutions such as the CNRS theory comity and the ``Les Houches school'' administrative board.

Publications :

- Quantum Physics in One Dimension. Oxford

- trongly Correlated Fermions and Bosons in Low-Dimensional Disordered Systems- NATO Sciences Series

Affiliation : Université de Genève - Département de physique

Statut : Professeur

Liens :

   - Université de Genève
   - Page personnelle de Thierry Giamarchi
   - Département de physique de la matière condensée de l'université de Genève

Exposé(s) :
Open questions in condensed matter: strategies for the future
Thierry Giamarchi

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