Jan Philip Solovej

Professor, Mathematics

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Universitetsparken 5, DK-2100 Copenhagen
HCØ, Room: 04.2.14

Jan Philip Solovej did his undergraduate studies at the University of Copenhagen and his Phd in mathematics at Princeton University in 1989. He was then a postdoc at Univerity of Michigan, University of Toronto, and IAS Princeton before taking up an assistant professorship at Princeton University 1991-1995.

In 1995 he became a research professor at Århus University and in 1997 he became a full professor at the mathematics department of the University of Copenhagen.

He works in mathematical physics and in particular quantum physics. His current research interests include systems such as atoms, molecules, and gases of fermions, and bosons. His research addresses issues such as stability of matter, superconductivity and -fluidity, and quantum information theory.