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Hott, Michael

Michael Hott




Analysis, Mathematical Physics

2013: BSc in Mathematics and Physics at KIT, Germany

2015: MSc in Mathematics at KIT, Germany

2016: MSc in Physics at KIT, Germany

2015-2016: Research and Teaching Assistant at the Department of Mathematics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

QFT, many-body quantum systems, PDEs, Harmonic Analysis

  1. On the emergence of quantum Boltzmann fluctuation dynamics near a Bose-Einstein Condensate, with Thomas Chen (2021), arXiv
  2. Convergence rate towards the fractional Hartree-equation with singular potentials in higher Sobolev normsto be published in Rev. Math. Phys. (2018), arXiv.
  3. Derivation of the Hartree equation for compound Bose gases in the mean field limit, with Ioannis Anapolitanos and Dirk Hundertmark, Rev. Math. Phys. 291750022(2017), JournalarXiv.
  4. A simple proof of convergence to the Hartree dynamics in Sobolev trace norms, with Ioannis Anapolitanos, Journal of Mathematical Physics 57.12: 122108 (2016), JournalarXiv.
  5. Asymptotic behavior of the ground state energy of a Fermionic Froehlich multipolaron in the strong coupling limit, with Ioannis Anapolitanos (2016), arXiv.

2014-2015: Deutschlandstipendium at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

2016 - 2021: University of Texas at Austin Provost Graduate Excellence Fellowship