Harvard University

Department of Physics

Lyman 443

17 Oxford St

Cambridge MA, 02138

Email: eberlein *at* fas.harvard.edu

Phone: +1 857 523 5942

When not doing physics, I enjoy playing basketball, cycling, swimming, hiking and skiing. I also like wining and dining, reading good books and playing chess.

- Strongly correlated electron systems
- Magnetism and unconventional superconductivity
- Non-equilibrium phenomena
- Quantum phase transitions and quantum critical transport
- Quantum field theory and renormalization group methods

- Shear viscosity at the Ising-nematic quantum critical point in two dimensional metals

A. A. Patel, A. Eberlein, S. Sachdev

(arXiv)

- Fermi surface reconstruction and drop of Hall number due to spiral antiferromagnetism in high-Tc cuprates

A. Eberlein, W. Metzner, S. Sachdev, H. Yamase

Phys. Rev. Lett.**117**, 187001 (2016), (arXiv) - Hyperscaling violation at the Ising-nematic quantum critical point in two dimensional metals

A. Eberlein, I. Mandal, S. Sachdev

Phys. Rev. B**94**, 045133 (2016) (arXiv) - Thermodynamics of the two-dimensional XY model from functional renormalization

P. Jakubczyk, A. Eberlein

Phys. Rev. E**93**, 062145 (2016) (arXiv) - Light induced enhancement of superconductivity via melting of competing bond-density wave order in underdoped cuprates

A. A. Patel, A. Eberlein

Phys. Rev. B**93**, 195139 (2016) (arXiv) - Coexistence of incommensurate magnetism and superconductivity in the two-dimensional Hubbard model

H. Yamase, A. Eberlein, W. Metzner

Phys. Rev. Lett.**116**, 096402 (2016) (arXiv) - Self-energy effects in functional renormalization group flows of the two-dimensional t-t' Hubbard model away from van Hove filling

A. Eberlein

Phys. Rev. B**92**, 235146 (2015) (arXiv) - Fermionic two-loop functional renormalization group for correlated fermions: Method and application to the attractive Hubbard model

A. Eberlein

Phys. Rev. B**90**, 115125 (2014) (arXiv) - Functional renormalization group for commensurate antiferromagnets: Beyond the mean-field picture

S. A. Maier, A. Eberlein, and C. Honerkamp

Phys. Rev. B**90**, 035140 (2014) (arXiv) - Competing order in correlated electron systems made simple: Consistent fusion of functional renormalization and mean-field theory

J. Wang, A. Eberlein, and W. Metzner

Phys. Rev. B**89**, 121116(R) (2014) (arXiv) - Superconductivity in the two-dimensional
`t`-`t'`-Hubbard model

A. Eberlein and W. Metzner

Phys. Rev. B**89**, 035126 (2014) (arXiv) - Effective interactions and fluctuation effects in spin-singlet superfluids

A. Eberlein and W. Metzner

Phys. Rev. B**87**, 174523 (2013) (arXiv) - Parametrization of Nambu vertex in a singlet superconductor

A. Eberlein and W. Metzner

Prog. Theor. Phys.**124**, 471 (2010) (arXiv)

This list of publications can also be found on the arXiv.

- Transport at the Ising-nematic quantum critical point in a two-dimensional metal
(Slides)

Invited talk at Workshop on Synergies between Mathematical and Computational Approaches to Quantum Many-Body Physics,

3.-7.10.2016, Erwin SchrÃ¶dinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics, Vienna, Austria. - Light induced enhancement of superconductivity via melting of competing bond-density wave order in underdoped cuprates
(Slides)

Seminar talk at TU Munich, Uni Hamburg, MPSD Hamburg and MPI for Solid State Research, 2016. - Coexistence of incommensurate magnetism and superconductivity in the two-dimensional Hubbard model
(Slides)

Invited talk at Ringberg Symposium on High Temperature Superconductivity and Correlated-Electron Systems 2015, 12.-16.10.2015, Ringberg Castle, Kreuth, Germany. - Symmetry breaking within purely fermionic fRG: Recent developments and superconductivity in the Hubbard model
(Slides)

Invited talk at conference Fermions 2015, 20.-24.4.2015, Heidelberg, Germany. - Spontaneous symmetry breaking in fermion systems with functional RG: Purely fermionic approach
(Slides)

Invited talk at conference ERG 2014, 22.-26.9.2014, Lefkada Island, Greece. - Superconductivity in the two-dimensional t-t'-Hubbard model
(Slides)

Contributed talk at annual meeting of DPG, 30.3.-4.4.2014, Dresden, Germany. - Superconductivity and effective interactions in the Hubbard model
(Slides)

Contributed talk at conference NGSCES 2013, 1.-5.7.2013, Sestri Levante, Italy.

- Functional renormalization group study of fluctuation effects in fermionic superfluids

University of Stuttgart (2013), available on the arXiv.