Prof. Dr. Simone Warzel


Global Analysis

Academic Career and Research Areas

Professor Warzel’s research area is mathematical physics.

Simone Warzel (b. 1973) studied physics and mathematics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany) and Cambridge University (UK). After receiving her doctorate from Erlangen University, she went to Princeton (USA), first as a postdoctoral researcher and then as an assistant professor. She has held a faculty appointment in the Mathematics Center of TUM since 2008. Professor Warzel is the German representative on the C18 commission (Mathematical Physics) of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) and a member of the executive committee of the International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP).


Seiringer R, Warzel S: "Decay of correlations and absence of superfluidity in the disordered Tonks-Girardeau gas". New J. Phys. 2016; 18: 035002


Aizenman M, Warzel S: "Random Operators: Disorder Effects on Quantum Spectra and Dynamics". AMS 2015.


Aizenman M, Warzel S: "Resonant delocalization for random Schrödinger operators on tree graphs". J. Eur. Math. Soc. 2013; 15: 1167-1222.


Aizenman M, Warzel S: "Localization Bounds for Multiparticle Systems". Commun. Math. Phys. 2009; 290: 903–934.


Raikov G, Warzel S: "Quasi-classical versus non-classical spectral asymptotics for magnetic Schrödinger operators with decreasing electric potentials". Rev. Math. Phys. 2002; 14: 1051-1072.