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I am a theoretical nuclear physicist working at the faculty of Physics at Bielefeld University, in cooperation with GSI Darmstadt .

My research focuses on the theoretical understanding of interacting quantum many-body systems, in particular, atomic nuclei. More specifically, I am interested in the development of methods for solving the quantum many-body problem in order to understand and predict various properties of atomic nuclei, with applications to weak-interaction processes and astrophysics. Recently, one of my main focus has been to investigate the nuclear many-body problem from the point of view of quantum information. I am particularly interested in studying the role of entanglement in nuclear structure, and in the development of entanglement-driven methods for classical and quantum simulations of nuclei.

Caroline Robin