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Lilia Boeri

Dipartimento di Fisica

Sapienza Universita' di Roma

P.le Aldo Moro 2, 00185 Roma

Stanza 407 Edificio Fermi

Tel: +39-06-4991 3148

Office Hours
Mercoledi' 15-16 (o su appuntamento).
Professor CV
Lilia Boeri (Ph.D. 2005) is an Associate Professor in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Rome, Sapienza, since April 2020. Before this, she served as a Tenure-Track Associate Professor at Sapienza (2017-2020) and TU Graz (2013-2017) and as a staff scientist and Minerva Group Leader at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart (2004-2013). In 2017, she obtained the Italian Habilitation as Full Professor in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and Theoretical Chemistry.
Since 2012, she has been teaching different courses in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Electronic Structure Methods and Computational Methods for Physics at the Bachelor and Master level in Austria (TU Graz), Germany (Uni Stuttgart) and Italy (Sapienza) and supervised 10 PhD students and postdocs, as well as around 15 master and bachelor theses.
Her main research activity is the study of the electronic structure of novel materials, with a special emphasis on superconductors. On this topic, she published more than 60 papers, with more than 3400 citations (Google Scholar, april 2020), and presented her results in more than 70 invited talks at international conferences and Kolloquia.
Since 2009, she received research funding from the Max Planck Society, German Physical Society, Austrian Science Fund, Italian Ministry of Education for over 2 MEuro.
Lilia Boeri is a Referee for several Journals of the American Physical Society and Nature Group of and has acted as a Reviewer of Project Proposals for the Humboldt Society, German Physical Society (Germany), National Science Foundation (USA), Italian Ministry of Science and Education (Italy). Since 2010, she has co-organized several international conferences and workshops on superconductivity and electronic structure calculations, funded by different sources. Since 2018 she is a co-speaker of the PSIK working group for Quasi-particle interactions and spectroscopies (with Claudia Draxl, FHI Berlin) and an Editor for the Electronic Structure section of Journal of Physics Condensed Matter.
Course Code Year Course - Attendance
COMPUTER SKILLS AAF1137 2020/2021 Physics
PHYSICS I 1015377 2020/2021 Chemical Sciences
CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS II 10596041 2020/2021 Physics
COMPUTER SKILLS AAF1137 2019/2020 Physics
COMPUTING METHODS FOR PHYSICS 1055356 2019/2020 Physics
PHYSICS I 1015377 2019/2020 Chemistry
COMPUTER SKILLS AAF1137 2018/2019 Physics
COMPUTER SKILLS AAF1137 2017/2018 Physics
PHYSICS I 1015377 2016/2017 Chemistry
Department
FISICA
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