Starts 14 May 2018
Ends 18 May 2018
Central European Time
Budinich Lecture Hall (LB)
Strada Costiera, 11 I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
  • The organizers will select some of the received abstracts for oral presentations.
  • Best Poster Awards are foreseen.
  • No registration fee is required. The organizers will offer welcome reception, coffee breaks, and conference dinner to all participants, without additional costs.

Participants wishing to present a poster during the Conference should kindly indicate this on the application by uploading a short abstract with their surname/name/institute address/ title and brief - max one page - description

  • Novel quantum phenomena in multicomponent superconductors and superfluids
  • Competing orders in multicomponent quantum systems
  • Multicomponent superconductivity and superfluidity in 2D materials and heterostructures
  • Topological effects in multicomponent quantum systems
  • Vortical and skyrmionic states in multicomponent quantum fluids
The standard picture of superconductors and superfluids is based on the existence of a single quantum condensate, but recent advances in material science and ultracold atoms opened a paradigm of multicomponent quantum fluids. New directions in this multifacetted and booming field are opened by emergent 2D materials, heterostructures, multiorbital materials, and ultracold atomic mixtures, in which superconductivity and superfluidity are readily realized, and where links between observed quantum effects can be made and knowledge can be cross-fertilized. This MultiSuper conference is aimed to help understand, quantify, and manipulate the effects of hybridization between multiple condensates in a single system, as a pathway to yet unseen quantum phenomena. The key experts will be assembled to present and interpret state-of-the-art experiments and theory, and advance fundamental physics and material science in this field.

Confirmed speakers:
Saeed Abedinpour (IASBS, Zanjan)
Vanderlei S. Bagnato (University of Sao Paulo) 
Antun Balaz (Institute of Physics, Belgrade)
Luis Balicas (Florida State Univ., Tallahassee)
Jonas Bekaert (Univ. Antwerpen)
Lara Benfatto (CNR and Rome “Sapienza”)
Marco Cariglia (Fed. Univ. of Ouro Preto)
Stefania De Palo (CNR-IOM Democritos & Sissa, Trieste)
Lorenzo Del Re (Sissa, Trieste)
Mauro M. Doria (IF - UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro)
Francois Dubin (INSP, Paris)
Stephen D. Edkins (Cornell University, New York)
Leonardo Fallani (LENS and University of Florence)
Laura Fanfarillo (SISSA, Trieste)
Shunsuke Furukawa (Physics, The Univ. of Tokyo)
Stefano Giorgini (University of Trento)
Isabel Guillamon Gomez (Autonomous Univ. of Madrid)
Yukio Hasegawa (ISSP, Univ. Tokyo, Kashiwa)
Walter Hofstetter (Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt) 
Maria Iavarone (Temple Univ., Philadelphia, P)
Kim Kee Hoon (Seoul National Univ., Seoul)
Svetoslav Kuzmichev (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State U.)
Pablo Lopez Rios (Cavendish Lab., Cambridge Univ.)
Allan MacDonald (University of Texas at Austin)
Maria Vittoria Mazziotti (RICMASS, Rome)
David Neilson (Univ. of Camerino & Univ.of Antwerp)
Sebastiano Peotta (Aalto University, Finland)
Philip Phillips (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana)
Erik Piatti (Politecnico di Torino)
Aristeu Pontes Lima (Inst.Ciencias Exatas e da Naturez, Redencao)
Gianni Profeta (Univ. dell'Aquila, SPIN CNR, L'Aquila)
Nick Proukakis (University of Newcastle, UK)
Dimitri Roditchev (INSP, Paris)
Carlos Sa de Melo (Georgia Tech, Atlanta)
Peter Samuely (Inst. of Experimental Physics, Kosice)
Gaetano Senatore (Univ. of Trieste)
Marcello Spera (Univ. of Geneva)
Daniela Stornaiuolo (Univ. of Naples Federico II)
Jacques Tempère (University of Antwerp)
Christopher Triola (Uppsala University)
Alexei Vagov (Bayreuth University)
Davide Valentinis (DPMC Ecole de Physique, Univ. Geneva)
Angelo Valli (SISSA, Trieste)
Andrey Varlamov (CNR-Spin, Rome)


Massimo Capone (SISSA, Trieste, Italy), Milorad Milosevic (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Andrea Perali (University of Camerino, Italy), Local Organiser: Rosario Fazio