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Werner A. Hofer

Professor of Chemical Physics
Bedson Building Room 1.62C
Newcastle University, NE1 7RU
Tel: +44 (0) 191 208 4638


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The presentation of the new many-body framework in real space, presented at TRNM-X in Levi in February 2019, is now available at this link .

I was appointed as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Physics at the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in November 2018.

See a clip of the talk given at the workshop in honour of Maciej Koutny's 60th birthday in Newcastle in September 2018 Simulating Life

I presented a talk about a general two-density method for general many-body problems in Beijing at the annual conference on nanoscience at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2018, the slides of the talk can be found here.

Thomas presented a keynote lecture entitled 'An Extended-Electron Approach to the General Many-Body Problem' in August 2017 in Beijing at the annual NanoChina conference, the slides of the talk can be found here.

I presented a plenary lecture entitled 'What is spin?' at the 10th international conference on nanoscience at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in July 2017, the slides of the talk can be found here.

I presented an Institute of Physics open lecture in Lincoln on February 8, 2017. The slides of the talk are here

I ran the Liverpool Rock'n Roll Half Marathon 2015 on June 14, improved my personal best to 1:51:42 in what was probably my best race to date.

The talk given at the Emergent Quantum Mechanics conference is now available as a movie.

A conference on Emergent Quantum Mechanics was held in Vienna in October 2013, the paper for the proceedings is published in the Journal of Physics.

I improved my personal best at the Amsterdam Marathon on October 20, 2013 to 4:16:42.


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Last updated: April 2019 by Werner.Hofer@newcastle.ac.uk