Dr. Wojciech Dybalski
Emmy Noether Group
Academic Career and Research Areas
Dr. Wojciech Dybalski (*1980) works on mathematical foundations of quantum field theory, especially on its scattering theory. His current research projects concern the question of asymptotic completeness ('why does the world consist of particles?') and the infrared problem ('what is an electrically charged particle?').
Dr. Dybalski received his MSc from the University of Warsaw (2003) and his PhD from the University of Göttingen (2008). Later he was a postdoc at TUM, University of Aarhus, University of Paris-Sud and ETH Zürich. In fall 2012 he led a research group at the Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics in Bonn. Since 2014 he is a Group Leader within the Emmy-Noether Programme at TUM.
- Emmy-Noether Fellowship of the DFG (2013)
- Research Fellowship of the DFG (2012)
Key Publications (all publications)
Dybalski W, Gerard C: "A criterion for asymptotic completeness in local relativistic QFT". Communications in Mathematical Physics 2014; online first.Abstract
Dybalski W, Pizzo A: "Coulomb scattering in the massless Nelson model I. Foundations of two-electron scattering". Journal of Statistical Physics 2014; 154: 543-587.Abstract
Dybalski W, Tanimoto Y: "Asymptotic completeness in a class of massless relativistic quantum field theories". Communications in Mathematical Physics 2011; 305: 427-440.Abstract
Dybalski W: "Continuous spectrum of automorphism groups and the infraparticle problem". Communications in Mathematical Physics 2010; 300: 273-299.Abstract
Dybalski W: "Haag-Ruelle scattering theory in presence of massless particles". Letters in Mathematical Physics 2005; 72: 27-38.Abstract