CMP in the City 2017
8th HTC London Summer Programme in Condensed Matter Physics
7-14 July 2017
To initiate and foster collaborations in the exciting area of strongly correlated quantum many body systems, the Hubbard Theory Consortium ’s Summer Programme ‘Condensed Matter Physics in the City’ aims to bring together condensed matter theorists and experimentalists from the UK and abroad.
Following on from successes of the last years, a new edition of the ‘Condensed Matter in the City’ summer programme has been scheduled for 2017. The events will take place at Bedford Square in central London; at Royal Holloway University of London; and at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire. There will be a wide range of talks aimed at stimulating discussions between theorists and experimentalists.
[4-5-6 July: TEMM 2017 at Cosener's house, Abingdon]
Friday 7 July: informal discussion day at Senate House (tbc)
10 - 14 July
Programme: soon available (evolving schedule is here)
John Chalker (Oxford University, UK)
J.C. Seamus Davis (Cornell University, USA)
Timon Hilker (Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, Germany)
Anuradha Jagannathan (LPS Orsay, France)
Aditi Mitra (New York University, USA)
Frank Pollmann (Technische Universität München, Germany)
Hubert Saleur (CEA Saclay, France)
(with further invitations as the schedule builds up)
Condensed Matter Physics in the City 2017 proposes to bring together three active research trends in the field:
Driven non-equilibrium states of matter;
Thermalization and Many Body Localization.
There is no registration fee for the event, but registration is required for organisational purposes. In order to register, please use the online registration form. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
ICAM Junior Travel Award
Condensed Matter Physics in the City can fully fund about ten junior scientists from Europe to attend one week of the meeting and present their work. CMPCity and ICAM are committed to improving diversity in physics; we therefore particularly welcome applications from female scientists. For these purposes, junior scientist is taken to mean a student studying for their PhD or a Post Doc within two years of finishing their PhD, and preference will be given to people affiliated to one of the ICAM nodes (see http://icam-i2cam.org/index.php/branches/). To apply for this, please use this special registration form.
M. Eschrig, K. Refson, G. Sordi (RHUL)
P. Coleman (Rutgers/RHUL)
S. Carr, G. Moller, J. Quintanilla (Kent)
A. Green (UCL), F. Kruger (UCL/ISIS)
T. Perring, P. McClarty (ISIS)
The programme is supported by: