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Brian Møller Andersen

Brian Møller Andersen

Lektor

  • X-ray and Neutron Science

    Universitetsparken 5, 2100 København Ø, Rockefeller, Bygning: 025

    Telefon: +45 35 32 04 19


Name: Brian Møller Andersen.
Year of Birth: 1976.
Nationality: Danish.
E-mail: bma@fys.ku.dk. 
Phone: +45 35 32 04 19.
+45 50 46 86 51 (cell).

Current Position: Assistant Professor (Lektor) at the Niels Bohr Insti-
tute, University of Copenhagen.

Languages: Danish, English, and German.

Academic Degrees

2001-2003:
Ph.D. studies in theoretical physics at University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute. 
Title of Ph.D. thesis: Coexistence of Magnetic and Superconducting Phases in the High-Tc Materials.
Thesis Advisor: Professor Per Hedegård (Ørsted Laboratory).

2000-2001:
Ph.D. studies in theoretical physics at Stanford University.
Graduate Advisor: R. B. Laughlin.
Research in SO(5) mode-coupling interpretation of photoemission data. Re-
search conducted in collaboration with S. C. Zhang. Completed ¿rst and
second year graduate courses.
Total grade average: A.

1998-2000: M.Sc. studies in theoretical physics at the University of Copen-
hagen, Niels Bohr Institute.
 Title of Master Thesis: SO(5) Theory of Insulating Vortex Cores in the High-
Tc Materials.
Thesis Advisor: Professor Per Hedegård (Ørsted Laboratory).
Total grade average in Physics 12.2.

1997-1998:
International Exchange at The University of California at Berkeley. Com-
pleted ¿rst and second year graduate courses.
Total grade average: A.

1994-1997:
B.Sc. studies in mathematics and physics at University of Copenhagen.
Bachelor pro ject in mathematics, Spherical Functions and Polynomial Ap-
proximations.
Total grade average in mathematics 10.9.
Total grade average in physics 11.3.

1991-1994:
Graduated from Esb jerg Statskole (High School). Valedictorian in 1994 with
the total grade average of 11.1.

Academic Employment History

2012-2017:
Lundbeckfond fellow (Associate Professor level) at the Niels Bohr Institute,
University of Copenhagen.

2009-2013:
FNU Steno Stipend (Assistant Professor level) at the Niels Bohr Institute,
University of Copenhagen.

2007-2009:
Villum Kann Rasmussen Post. Doc. Stipend at the Niels Bohr Institute, Uni-
versity of Copenhagen.

2006-2007:
Post. Doc. in the group of P. Hedegard at the Niels Bohr Institute, University
of Copenhagen.

2004-2006:
Post. Doc. in the group of Prof. Peter J. Hirschfeld at the Physics De-
partment, University of Florida. The year 2005-2006 was spent at Ecole
Sup´erieure de Physique et Chimie Industriel les in Paris together with Prof.
Hirschfeld and in collaboration with J. Bobroff and M. Gabay (Universite Paris-Sud, Orsay)

Spring 2004:
Research Assistant, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen.

Publication and Citation Summary

Number of publications (December 2012): 64.

Number of citations (ISI Web of Knowledge, December 2012): 959.

h-index (ISI Web of Knowledge, December 2012): 20.

Presentations at Conferences

• Invited talk: Electronic correlations and the route to high-temperature superconductivity, first NEXMAP/CAMD seminar, DTU, Denmark (2012).

• Invited talk: Modeling spatial inhomogeneity in the cuprate supercon- ductors, XXXVI International Conference of Theoretical Physics, Correlations and coherence at different scales, Ustron, Poland (2012).

• Invited talk: The role of interactions, disorder, and phase separation in iron-based superconductors, 8th International Conference on Stripes and High Tc Superconductivity STRIPES 12, Erice, Ettore Majo- rana Center, Italy (2012).

• Invited talk: Disorder, Stripes and the Pseudogap, 7th International Conference on Stripes and High Tc Superconductivity STRIPES 11, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy (2011).

• Invited talk: Modelling the underdoped cuprates, 2nd Nordic Conference on Correlated Electron Systems, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (2010).

• Poster presentation at The 9th International Conference on Spectroscopies in Novel Superconductors (SNS2010), Shanghai, China (2010).

• Contributing talk: Disorder induced slowing down of cuprate spin fluctuations, March Meeting, Portland, USA (2010).

• Invited talk: Sub-gap cotunneling current through a spinfull quan- tum dot with superconducting leads, Nordic Physical Society Meeting, Danish Technical University, Denmark (2009).

• Invited talk: Sub-gap cotunneling current through a spinfull quantum dot with superconducting leads, Øresund workshop on Electron Trans- port in Nanostructures , Lund, Sweden (2009).

• Talk: Extinction of quasiparticle interference in underdoped cuprates by coexisting order, March Meeting, Pittsburgh, USA (2009).

• Talk: Sub-gap cotunneling current through a spinfull quantum dot with superconducting leads, March Meeting, Pittsburgh, USA (2009).

• Invited talk: Disorder-induced static antiferromagnetism in underdoped cuprate superconductors, MICuO Workshop: Metal Insulator Transi- tion in Cuprates Campus delle Scienze, Viale Usberti, Parma, Italy (2008).

• Poster presentation at the Gordon conference: Gordon Research Conference, Superconductivity, Les Diablerets, Switzerland (2007).

• Invited talk at the conference: First CoMePhS Workshop on PHASE 

SEPARATION IN ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, Crete, Greece (2006).

• Poster presentation at the conference: M2S HTSC-VIII, 8th Inter-
national Conference on Materials and Mechanisms of Superconduc-
tivity and High-Temperature Superconductors, Dresden, Germany
(2006).

• Invited talk on Nano-scale inhomogeneity, off-diagonal scattering and
phase impurities in cuprate superconductors, Laboratoire de Physique
Quantique, ESPCI, Paris, France (2006).

• Invited talk on Off-diagonal scattering in the cuprates, Complexity
in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems. KITP, Santa Barbara
(2005).

• Invited talk on Spin dynamics in the High-Tc materials, Nordic pro ject
on Strongly Correlated electrons. Nordita, Copenhagen, Denmark
(2004).

• Invited talk: Spectral weight distribution and spin susceptibility in a
stripe model, 24th Risø International Symposium on Materials Science:
Superconductivity and Magnetism: Materials Properties and Develop-
ments, Risø National Laboratory, Roskilde, Denmark (2003).

• Poster presentation at the conference: M2S HTSC-VII, 7th Interna-
tional Conference on Materials and Mechanisms of Superconductiv-
ity and High-Temperature Superconductors, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(2003).

• Invited talk on Quantum Interference between two non-magnetic impu-
rities in the d-wave superconducting and d-density wave state, Interna-
tional Workshop on Unconventional Superconductors State University
of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil (2003).

• Poster presentation at the conference: Modern Aspects of Quantum
Impurity Physics, Max Planck Institute, Dresden, Germany (2003).

• Poster presentation at the conference: Physics and Chemistry of Molec-
ular and Oxide Superconductors, Hsinchu, Taiwan 2002.

• Invited talk at the workshop on Scattering Studies of High-Tc Super-
conductors, Paul Scherrer Institute, Z¨
urich, Switzerland (2002).

• Invited talk on Andreev Bound States in cuprate materials, Nordic
pro ject on Strongly Correlated electrons. Nordita, Copenhagen, Den-
mark (2002).

• Poster presentation at the workshop on strongly correlated electrons
systems; Trieste Workshop on Emergent Materials and Highly Corre-
lated Electrons Trieste, Italy (2000).

• Invited talk on antiferromagnetic cores in high Tc cuprates: The VIth
Bristol Workshop on the Bogoliubov-de Gennes Equations Burwalls,
Bristol UK (2000).

• Poster Presentation of thesis work at the conference: M2S HTSC-
VI, 6th International Conference on Materials and Mechanisms of Su-
perconductivity and High-Temperature Superconductors, Houston,
USA (2000).

• Presentation of thesis work at the MOS conference: Physics and Chem-
istry of Molecular and Oxide Superconductors, Stockholm, Sweden
(1999).

• Poster presentation of thesis work at the annual meeting of the Danish
(or Nordic) Physical Society, Nyborg 1999-2000,2002-3,2009.

Professional Services

Referee Experience: Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Euro-
physics Letters, and other journals.

Conference Organization: Co-organized the conference: ”Emergence of
inhomogeneous phases in strongly correlated electron systems” in Paris, June
30th - July 4th (2009).

Outreach: Articles in student magazines (Gamma, Chili), presentations
to primary school and high-school students.

Programming: Mathematica, Matlab, Fortran, C, C++.

Advisor Experience: I have advised several Bachelor and Master students
in pro jects on optics, superconductivity, magnetism, electron correlation ef-
fects, and quantum transport at Stanford University, University of Florida,
and University of Copenhagen.

Teaching Experience

• Spring Quarter 2013: Lecturer in Condensed Matter Physics 2, at the Niels
Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen.

 • Fall Quarter 2010,2011: Lecturer in Condensed Matter Theory I, at
the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook: Bruus
and Flensberg; “Many-body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter
Physics”.)

• Spring Quarter 2010: Lecturer in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, at the Niels
Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen joint with DTU. (Textbook:
S. Blundell; “Magnetism in Condensed Matter”.)

• Fall Quarter 2009: Lecturer in Physics 702 Many-body Physics, at
the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook: Bruus
and Flensberg; “Many-body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter
Physics”.)

• Fall Quarter 2008: Lecturer in Physics 702 Many-body Physics, at
the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook: Bruus
and Flensberg; “Many-body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter
Physics”.)

• Fall Quarter 2007: Lecturer in Physics 702 Many-body Physics,
at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. [Shared with
J. Paaske]. (Textbook: Bruus and Flensberg; “Many-body Quantum
Theory in Condensed Matter Physics”.)

• Spring Quarter 2007: Teaching Assistant in Superconductivity, at
the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook: Sudbø and
Fossheim; “Superconductivity”.)

• Fall Semester 2002: Teaching Assistant in Analytical Mechanics,
at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook:
Goldstein; “Classical Mechanics”.)

• Spring Semester 2002: Teaching Assistant in Quantum Mechanics,
at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook:
Liboff; “Introductory Quantum Mechanics”.)

• Spring Quarter 2001: Teaching Assistant in Experimental Optics
107, at the Physics Department, Stanford University. (Textbook:
Notes)

• Winter and Spring Quarters 2001: Teaching Assistant in Electricity
and Magnetism 45/46, at the Physics Department, Stanford Uni-
versity. (Textbook: Freeman/Young; “University Physics”.)

• Spring Semester 2000: Teaching Assistant in Solid State Physics
I, at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Textbook:
Kittel; “Introduction to Solid State Physics”.)

• Fall Semester 1999: Teaching Assistant in Physics 21, Electromag-
netism, at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen. (Text-
book: Griffths; “Introduction to Electromagnetism”.)

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