Frontiers in physics of disordered and interacting quantum systems
Many transport phenomena at the nanoscale are governed by the interplay of electronic correlations, disorder, and topology. While the foundations of this research field were laid decades ago, they are increasingly active and relevant to this day. This workshop brings together important figures and even pioneers of these disciplines for a look into the past, present and future of this field, aiming to encourage students and young researchers. It is organized on the occasion of the 60th birthday of Alexander Mirlin, who is one of the most renowned experts in the field of quantum transport and, more generally, physics of disordered and interacting quantum systems.
The workshop will include several 45 minute seminars (~ 40 min talks with 5 min discussions) as well as two longer colloquia (please see the program for details).
- Alexander Shnirman
- Igor Gornyi
- Jörg Schmalian
- Sonja König (TKM secretary)
- Dorothea Trautmann (IQMT secretary)
- Carmen Dörflinger (IQMT secretary)
3 and 4 November 2022
Main Venue: Seminar room 3/1, Building 30.23, South Campus, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT), Germany (see map below)
Others: Lehmann lecture hall in Building 30.22 (theory colloquium), Gaede lecture hall in Building 30.22 (physics colloquium), Seminar room 10/1 in Building 30.23 (lunch), Gastdozentenhaus Heinrich Hertz in Building 01.52 (conference dinner)
For any additional information please contact Sonja König.