Meeting ID: 675 3048 5878
Time zone: CEST - Central European Summer Time (Stockholm time)
Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics (APCTP) and Nordita is conducting a joint workshop on Quantum Matter to explore recent developments and new connections between condensed matter and high energy physics.
Recent exciting developments in topological matter, newly discovered AdS and condensed matter connections, advances in quantum materials and machine learning applications to quantum matter open opportunities for a joint research in these directions. The aim of the meeting is to bring together researchers working on different aspects of entanglement and dynamics in quantum matter. We aim in a collaborative effort to distill the key aspects and develop common approaches to these concepts. For the online meeting we plan to have short talks and a longer general discussion for each of the sessions (below).
Quantum materials hold a promise as an important class to expand the class of materials for sensors used in a search for Dark matter. We will have lectures dedicated to the impact QM might have on a search for DM.
While the workshop will focus on theoretical aspects we will seek connections with the experiments on new probes of matter, most prominently, MAX iV and ESS, that are capable of revealing a new and exciting behavior of quantum matter at the short time scale with high spatial resolution.
The workshop will cover a range of topics:
Y. Tanaka (Nagoya)
K. Schalm (Leiden)
J. Zaanen (Leiden)
Wei Ku (Tsung-Dao Lee Institute)
Y. Fominov (Landau)
A. Oganov (Skolkovo)
Aug 17 2020: AdS and Condensed Matter.
Chair: A Krikun
13:00 - 13:15 Opening remarks: A Balatsky, Y.K. Bang
14:30 - 15:00 Discussion: Sang Jin Sin - VIDEO
Aug 18: Entangled, Hidden and Competing orders
Chair: Y.K. Bang
14:00 - 14:15 M. Oshikawa (ISSP) - VIDEO
14:30 - 15:30 Discussion: J. Hanckock - VIDEO
Aug 19: Dynamic Orders, Odd frequency Superconductivity
Chair: M. Eschrig
14:30 - 15:30 Discussion: A. Balatsky - VIDEO
Aug 20: Machine learning for Quantum Matter and Dark Matter
Chair: A. Balatsky
14:30 - 15:15 Discussion: tbd - VIDEO
15:15 - Closing remarks