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Quantum Criticality and Topology in Correlated Electron Systems, 08/2019, Dresden

05.08.2019  -  16.08.2019

Strongly correlated electron systems are the main focal point of condensed matter physics. A rich variety of phases, from unconventional superconductors to correlated topological matter, is attractive both from the fundamental and technological points of view. Key questions include intertwined orders, electronic matter without quasiparticles, and interplay en interactions and topology.

Topics include
Electron transport without quasiparticles
Intertwined orders in the cuprate and iron-based superconductors
Correlated phases in twisted bilayer graphene
Correlated topological matter
Frustrated magnetic phases
Anti-adiabatic superconductivity
Dynamics of quantum phase transitions

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