Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
Advanced theoretical methods play a central role in answering the key questions of many-body physics. We intend in this Program to discuss and compare such methods as are being applied at present in nuclear physics, condensed matter, cold atoms and quantum chemistry. The problems faced in these fields at present are focused in the development of new methods and in the improving of existing techniques to achieve an understanding of existing experimental data and in predicting with high reliability new properties and processes. All this requires computation techniques and methods which at present seems to be dispersed in the various fields that we intend to discuss in this workshop. We propose this workshop as a mean to bring together all these related communities with the goal of creating an enriching dialog across the disciplines.
[Timetable - available from start of the program]
The program will be composed of a one-week conference and a three-week focus workshop. The conference will give an overview on the new developments in the field of many-body studies and the computational and theoretical challenges. The advanced workshop will last three weeks. Each of these three weeks will be focused on a specific topic. We aim at having 2-3 presentations a day during the workshop, and giving enough free time for discussions and project work.
|Sept. 22 - Oct. 10||Workshop|
Please notice that the registration is formally closed and only invited speakers are allowed to register for the time being.
If you want to apply for participation in the program, please fill in the application form. You will be informed by the organizers shortly after the application deadline whether your application has been approved. Due to space restrictions, the total number of participants is strictly limited. (Invited speakers are of course automatically approved, but need to register anyway.)
Application deadline: 14 April 2014
The online registration is closed!
A minimum stay of one working week is required and we encourage participants to stay for a period of at least two weeks.
There is no registration fee.
Nordita provides a limited number of rooms in the Stockholm apartment hotel BizApartments free of charge for accepted program participants.
This program would not have been possible without the help from our Nordic colleagues including
Dmitri Fedorov (Aarhus University)
Christian Forssén (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg)
Vidar Gudmundsson (University of Iceland, Reykjavik)
Morten Hjorth-Jensen (University of Oslo)
Jouni Suhonen (University of Jyväskylä)
Ramon Wyss (KTH, Stockholm)