Robin Steinigeweg
Robin Steinigeweg
Professor for Theoretical Physics, University of Osnabrück, Department of Physics
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Eigenstate thermalization within isolated spin-chain systems
R Steinigeweg, J Herbrych, P Prelovšek
Physical Review E 87 (1), 012118, 2013
Pushing the limits of the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis towards mesoscopic quantum systems
R Steinigeweg, A Khodja, H Niemeyer, C Gogolin, J Gemmer
Physical Review Letters 112 (13), 130403, 2014
Spin-current autocorrelations from single pure-state propagation
R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer, W Brenig
Physical Review Letters 112 (12), 120601, 2014
Finite-temperature transport in one-dimensional quantum lattice models
B Bertini, F Heidrich-Meisner, C Karrasch, T Prosen, R Steinigeweg, ...
Reviews of Modern Physics 93 (2), 025003, 2021
Spin transport in the XXZ chain at finite temperature and momentum
R Steinigeweg, W Brenig
Physical Review Letters 107 (25), 250602, 2011
Typicality approach to the optical conductivity in thermal and many-body localized phases
R Steinigeweg, J Herbrych, F Pollmann, W Brenig
Physical Review B (Rapid Communications) 94 (18), 180401, 2016
Density dynamics in translationally invariant spin-1/2 chains at high temperatures: A current-autocorrelation approach to finite time and length scales
R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer
Physical Review B 80 (18), 184402, 2009
Relevance of the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis for thermal relaxation
A Khodja, R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer
Physical Review E 91 (1), 012120, 2015
Spin and energy currents in integrable and nonintegrable spin- chains: A typicality approach to real-time autocorrelations
R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer, W Brenig
Physical Review B 91 (10), 104404, 2015
Limited validity of the Kubo formula for thermal conduction in modular quantum systems
J Gemmer, R Steinigeweg, M Michel
Physical Review B 73 (10), 104302, 2006
Normal-transport behavior in finite one-dimensional chaotic quantum systems
R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer, M Michel
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 75 (3), 406, 2006
Heat conductivity of the Heisenberg spin-1/2 ladder: From weak to strong breaking of integrability
R Steinigeweg, J Herbrych, X Zotos, W Brenig
Physical Review Letters 116 (1), 017202, 2016
Density dynamics from current auto-correlations at finite time-and length-scales
R Steinigeweg, H Wichterich, J Gemmer
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 88 (1), 10004, 2009
Occurrence of exponential relaxation in closed quantum systems
C Bartsch, R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer
Physical Review E 77 (1), 011119, 2008
Transition from diffusive to ballistic dynamics for a class of finite quantum models
R Steinigeweg, HP Breuer, J Gemmer
Physical Review Letters 99 (15), 150601, 2007
Combining dynamical quantum typicality and numerical linked cluster expansions
J Richter, R Steinigeweg
Physical Review B 99 (9), 094419, 2019
Real-time broadening of non-equilibrium density profiles and the role of the specific initial-state realization
R Steinigeweg, F Jin, D Schmidtke, H De Raedt, K Michielsen, J Gemmer
Physical Review B 95 (3), 035155, 2017
Scaling of diffusion constants in the spin-1/2 XX ladder
R Steinigeweg, F Heidrich-Meisner, J Gemmer, K Michielsen, H De Raedt
Physical Review B 90 (9), 094417, 2014
Decay of currents for strong interactions
R Steinigeweg
Physical Review E 84 (1), 011136, 2011
The eigenstate thermalization hypothesis beyond standard indicators: Emergence of random-matrix behavior at small frequencies
J Richter, A Dymarsky, R Steinigeweg, J Gemmer
Physical Review E 102 (4), 042127, 2020
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