Pedro Schlottmann received his Ph.D. from the
Technical University of Munich (Germany) in 1973. After postdoctoral
appointments at the Max-Planck Institute in Munich, the Freie
Universitaet Berlin and U.C. Berkeley, he became Assistant Professor
at the Freie Universitaet Berlin and a Heisenberg Fellow of the
German National Science Foundation. He was a research scientist at
the Kernforschungsanlage Juelich (1982-1985) and joined the Physics
Department of Temple University in Philadelphia in 1985.
1990, he is a Professor of Physics at Florida State University.
His research interests are Condensed Matter Theory,
Many-Body Physics and Statistical Mechanics with special emphasis on
strongly correlated electrons, in particular, heavy fermions,
quantum criticality, manganites, magnetism, and mesoscopic
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