Address
Institute of Science and Technology Austria
Am Campus 1
3400 Klosterneuburg
Austria
Email: simone.rademacher [at] ist.ac.at
Office: I21.O3.103 (Office Building West)
Seminar
I am coorganizing the online GAuS Seminar on topics in mathematical physics, analysis and PDE together with Christoph Kehle and Konstantin Merz.
Conference
In the framework of the thematical semester Optimal transport on Quantum Structures at the Erdős Center (at the Rényi Institut in Budapest), I am coorganizing a School (September 1923, 2022) and a Workshop (September 2630, 2022) together with Jan Maas, Tamás Tiktos and Dániel Virosztek.
Short CV
I am a postdoc in the working group of Robert Seiringer. I am working in mathematical physics. In particular, I am interested in mathematical analysis of both, manybody quantum systems (such as bosonic and fermionic systems and the polaron) and their effective equations.
In 2019, I finished my PhD at the "Zurich Graduate School of Mathematics" under the supervision of Benjamin Schlein. Before studying the master program "Theoretical and Mathematical Physics" at the University of Munich and the Technical University Munich under the supervision of Heinz Siedentop, I completed my Bachelor in Physics at the University of Leipzig.
For more details, see my CV.
Preprints

A note on dependent random variables in quantum dynamics
S. Rademacher
arXiv:2112.04817
Publications

Large deviation estimates for weakly interacting bosons
S. Rademacher and R. Seiringer
Journal of Statistical Physics volume 188 (9), (2022)
arXiv:2112.01999

Numbers speak louder than words: A first approach to an evidence based discussion on diversity in mathematical physics
S. Cenatiempo and S. Rademacher
IAMP News Bulletin April 2022, pp. 41

The effective mass problem for the LandauPekar equations
D. Feliciangeli, S. Rademacher and R. Seiringer
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 55 (1), (2022)
arXiv:2107.03720

LandauPekar equations and quantum fluctuations for the dynamics of a strongly coupled polaron
N. Leopold, D. Mitrouskas, S. Rademacher, B. Schlein and R. Seiringer
Pure and Applied Analysis 3 (4), pp. 653  676 (2021)
arXiv:2005.02098

A large deviation principle in manybody quantum dynamics
K. Kirkpatrick, S. Rademacher and B. Schlein
Annales Henri Poincaré (2021),
arXiv:2010.13754

Persistence of the spectral gap for the LandauPekar equations
D. Feliciangeli, S. Rademacher and R. Seiringer
Letters in Mathematical Physics, 111, no. 19 (2021)
arXiv:2009.06430

The LandauPekar equations: Adiabatic theorem and accuracy
N. Leopold, S. Rademacher, B. Schlein and R. Seiringer
Accpeted for publication in Analysis & PDE (2020)
arXiv:1904.12532

Central limit theorem for Bose gases interacting through singular potentials
S. Rademacher
Letters in Mathematical Physics, 110, 2143 2174, (2020)
arXiv:1908.11672

Central limit theorem for Bose Einstein condensates
S. Rademacher and B. Schlein
Journal of Mathematical Physics 60, 071902, (2019)
arXiv:1903.00365

From the Hartree dynamics to the relativistic Vlasov equation
E. Dietler, S. Rademacher and B. Schlein
Journal of Statistical Physics 172, 398433, (2018)
arXiv:1709.02711

Meanfield evolution of fermions with Coulomb interaction
M. Porta, S. Rademacher, C. Saffirio and B. Schlein
Journal of Statistical Physics 166, 13451364, (2017)
arXiv:1608.05268

Accumulation rate of bound states in graphene
S. Rademacher and H. Siedentop
Journal of Mathematical Physics 57, 042105, (2016)
arXiv:1507.02155