I'm a professor of mathematical physics at the University of Milan (Statale).
The focus of my work is on the mathematically rigorous derivation of effective theories for quantum many-body systems. Examples are the Gross-Pitaevskii and Bogoliubov theories of Bose-Einstein condensates, Hartree-Fock theory for fermionic many-body systems, spin wave theory for the ferromagnetic Heisenberg model, and the random phase approximation describing emergent bosonic excitations in the Fermi gas.
|Address: ||Università degli Studi di Milano|
Dipartimento di Matematica
Via Cesare Saldini 50
|Office:||1024 (1st floor)|
|E-mail:||niels.benedikter "[a t]" unimi.it|
|Phone:||+39 02503 16111|
|UniMi page:||Chi & Dove|
Online Researcher Profiles
- most of my articles are available on arXiv.org
- ORCID: 0000-0002-1071-6091
- Web of Science Citation report for AU=Benedikter Niels
- Scopus Author ID: 56183697400
- Google Scholar
Milano is well connected to most of Europe by rail. International connections include high-speed trains from Frankfurt, Paris, and Zurich, as well as night trains from Munich and Vienna. I particularly recommend to travel comfortably and with small carbon footprint in a sleeper compartment on an ÖBB Nightjet. For more information, consult Seat61. Within Italy, Milano is most efficiently reached by high-speed train; there are two competing companies, running Frecciarossa and Italotreno services. Most (but not all) international and all national rail tickets to Milano can be compared and bought on Trainline.
To reach the mathematics department in Milan, take the green metro line (ticket for 2,20 Euro from the station "Porta Garibaldi" or "Centrale") to the metro stop "Piola". Find the direction to Piazza Leonardo da Vinci/Politecnico, cross the square and continue straight. After a left turn, find the entrance to the department on your right (map).
Some trains, for example the ÖBB Nightjet, stop also at the smaller train station "Lambrate". From there you can either walk directly to the department (21min), or take the tram 19 around Piazza Leonardo da Vinci to the stop "Via Pascoli" and walk from there (6min), or take the bus 93 to Piazzale Gorini (Istituto Dei Tumori) and walk from there (3min). Same ticket price.