Scientific Calendar Event

Starts 12 Aug 2019
Ends 30 Aug 2019
Central European Time
Budinich Lecture Hall (LB)
Strada Costiera, 11 I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
The development of quantum technologies is closely connected to the possibility of controlling and manipulating the transport of charge, spin and energy. The aim of this activity is to integrate the communities of Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Information, Cold Atoms and Condensed Matter Physics to understand fundamental aspects of this problem.
  • Quantum thermoelectricity, theory and experiment
  • Quantum energy dissipation
  • Maxwell Daemons in quantum systems
  • Quantum fluctuation-dissipation relations
  • Quantum thermodynamics in electronic circuits
  • Quantum Floquet engineering
  • Quantum thermodynamics and information theory
  • Transport and thermodynamics in periodically driven electron systems
  • Topological energy conversion
  • Thermal transport and thermoelectricity in topological quantum matter
  • Thermal transport in topological systems
  • Quantum thermal machines
  • Many-body effects in thermal transport
Lecturers courses:
  • Giuliano Benenti, Italy
  • Rosario Fazio, Italy
  • Rosa López, Spain
  • Laurens Molenkamp, Germany
  • Juan Parrondo, Spain
  • Jukka Pekola, Finland
  • Anatoli Polkovnikov, USA
  • Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler, Germany
  • Janine Splettstoeser, Sweden
Speakers workshop:
  • Joel Moore, USA
  • Christian Schmiegelow, Argentina
  • Christian Glattli, France
  • Clemens Winkelmann, France
  • Heiner Linke, Sweden
  • Sebastian Diehl, Germany
  • Robert Whitney, France
  • Massimiliano Esposito, Luxembourg
  • Raam Uzdin, Israel
  • Ewelina Hankiewicz, Germany
  • David Sanchez, Spain
  • Yuval Gefen, Israel
  • Fabio Taddei, Italy
  • Peter Samuelsson, Sweden
  • Anton Ramsak, Slovenija
  • Michele Campisi, Italy
  • Geraldine Haack, Switzerland
  • Dario Poletti, Singapore
  • Marcos Rigol, USA
  • Gershon Kurizki, Israel
  • Alessandro Braggio, Italy
A limited number of grants are available to support the attendance of selected participants, with priority given to participants from developing countries. There is no registration fee.


Liliana Arrachea (University of San Martin), Giulio Casati (Università degli Studi dell'Insubria), Christopher Jarzynski (University of Maryland), Ronnie Kosloff (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Local Organiser: Mikhail Kiselev