Quantum Dynamics: From Electrons to Qbits | (smr 3733)
Starts 22 Aug 2022
Ends 9 Sep 2022
Central European Time
Budinich Lecture Hall (LB)
Strada Costiera, 11
I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
An ICTP Meeting in presence
This School aims to teach a modern course in condensed matter and statistical physics, combining basic concepts with recent structural and interdisciplinary developments, with a special focus on quantum dynamics and out of equilibrium phenomena.
The leitmotif of the school will be to bridge traditional methods and approaches developed in the context of strongly correlated electrons, to interdisciplinary concepts and ideas coming from quantum information theory as well as solid state and atomic physics experiments, where individual components are often thought of as qbits.
The event is aimed at graduate students and junior researchers, and features a combination of theory and computational courses, as well as seminars on experimental progress in the field.
Statistical Mechanics: from foundations to active matter and quantum information
Analytical technique and (quantum) field theory
Numerical methods: high-level programming and advanced numerical methods
Coherent dynamics: entanglement, decoherence, phase transitions, driven systems, and chaos in many body physics
Topological quantum matter: phases, excitations, and diagnostics
S. BHATTACHARJEE, ICTS Bengaluru, India
J. CHALKER, Oxford, UK
A. CHANDRAN, Boston University, USA
Đ. THANH SƠN, University of Chicago, USA
A. DE LUCA, CNRS, France
S. HARTNOLL, University of Cambridge, UK
M. KARDAR, MIT, USA
W. KRAUTH, ENS, France
C. LAUMANN, Boston University, USA
Z. LENARČIČ Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
M. LUKIN, Harvard, USA
X. MI, Google, USA
F. POLLMANN, Munich, Germany
R.-J. SLAGER, Cambridge, UK
N. ÜNAL, Cambridge University, UK
V. VITELLI, University of Chicago, USA
Grants: 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.