Adam Mielke

Doctoral student in Prof. Dr. Gernot Akemann's group.


Office: E5-136
Phone: +49-(0)521-106-6195

Research Interests

Random matrix theory with a focus on applications in statistical mechanics and physical systems such as QCD Dirac-spectrum, time series, and topological insulators.


PhD-thesis: “On the Role of Zero Modes and Spacing Distributions in Random Matrix Theory and its Applications”
Available at

“Universal distributions from non-Hermitian Perturbation of Zero-Modes”
M. Kieburg, A. Mielke, M. Rud, K. Splittorff - arXiv:1911.11492

“Universal Signature from Integrability to Chaos in Open Quantum Systems”
Gernot Akemann, Mario Kieburg, Adam Mielke, Tomaz Prosen - arXiv:1910.03520

“Universal Broadening of Zero Modes: A General Framework and Identification”
M. Kieburg, A. Mielke, K. Splittorff - arXiv:1902.01733

“Preserving Topology while Breaking Chirality: From Chiral Orthogonal to Anti-symmetric Hermitian Ensemble”
Gernot Akemann, Mario Kieburg, Adam Mielke, Pedro Vidal - arXiv:1806.10977

“Universal Distribution of Would-be Topological Zero Modes in Coupled Chiral Systems”
Adam Mielke, K. Splittorff - arXiv:1609.04252

Courses Held

“Everything You Wanted to Know About Physics (But Were Afraid to Ask)“
A scientific block course explaining the basics of physics for mathematician. Lecture notes.

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