Manuel Zingl, Dr. techn.

Flatiron Research Fellow, CCQ, Flatiron Institute

Manuel Zingl joined the foundation in 2018 as a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Computational Quantum Physics. He completed his doctoral studies in physics at the Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics at Graz University of Technology in Austria. His main research interest is the realistic modeling of strongly correlated materials, with a special focus on transport properties and the development of the corresponding computational tools.

Selected Publications

All publications can be found on Google Scholar
and pre-prints are available on

“Hall coefficient signals orbital differentiation in the Hund’s metal Sr2RuO4”,
M. Zingl, J. Mravlje, M. Aichhorn, O. Parcollet, A. Georges,
npj Quantum Materials, 4, 35 (2019)

“High-Resolution Photoemission on Sr2RuO4 Reveals Correlation-Enhanced Effective
Spin-Orbit Coupling and Dominantly Local Self-Energies”
A. Tamai, M. Zingl, E. Rozbicki, E. Cappelli, S. Ricco, A. de la Torre,
S. M. Walker, F. Y. Bruno,
P. D. C. King, W. Meevasana, M. Shi,
M. Radovic, N. C. Plumb, A. S. Gibbs, A. P. Mackenzie, C. Berthod,
H. Strand, M. Kim, A. Georges, F. Baumberger,
Phys. Rev. X 9, 021048 (2019)   -> Featured in Physics, APS Viewpoint

“Thermopower of the electron-doped manganese pnictide LaMnAsO”,
M. Zingl, G. J. Kraberger, M. Aichhorn,
Phys. Rev. Materials 3, 07540 (2019)

“Fork Tensor-Product States: Efficient Multi-orbital Real-Time DMFT Solver”,
D. Bauernfeind, M. Zingl, R. Triebl, M. Aichhorn, H. G. Evertz,
Phys. Rev. X 7, 031013 (2017)

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