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ICMT Scheduled Visitors

Short-term visitors

  • Rodrigo Soto Garrido, Pontificia Universidad (Fradkin) September 2019, ESB 3133
  • Alex Rasmussen, Universsty of Ohio, (Fradkin) August 2019 - September 2019, ESB2123
  • Yi Li, John Hopkins University, (Fradkin) August-October 2019, ESB 2123

Long-term visitors

  • Hongwei Niu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, (Ceperley) August, 2019 thru July 2020; 3135 ESB
  • Marian Berek, Univerity of Waterloo, Canada, (Leggett) September - December, ESB 3129
  • Matthew Foulkes, Imperial College London, (Ceperley) September - December 2018, ESB 3133

Upcoming ICMT Events

ICMT Seminar

There are no ICMT seminars scheduled this week.

Mathematics/Physics Seminar

There are no Mathematics/Physics seminars scheduled this week.

Condensed Matter Seminar

There are no Condensed Matter seminars scheduled this week.

ICMT Workshops

  • Strange Metal Virtual Workshop

    We held a 3-day workshop between July 28-30, 2021  on strange metal physics observed in the panoply of materials ranging from cuprates to pnictides, heavy fermions, and TBLG.  The workshop will bring together (though virtually) experimentalists and theorists trying to address the fundamental issues of Planckian dissipation, quantum criticality, Mottness, and quadrature magnetic field scaling as they play out in these systems.

     

     

    The daily schedule can be found here:  //ws.engr.illinois.edu/blogs/getfile/33/43502

    Daily recorded talks can be found here:  https://mediaspace.illinois.edu/channel/Strange%2BMetal%2BWorkshop/220514283

  • Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Information Workshop

    The Institute for Condensed Matter Theory will host a conference July 15-19, 2019 in 276 Loomis on applications and aspects of tensor networks and entanglement (broadly construed). The conference is supported by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.  The goal of the conference is to promote discussion and interaction from a diverse range of viewpoints on topics ranging from the use of tensor networks as a conceptual language for quantum information and computation to the nuts and bolts of implementing tensor network algorithms. The conference will consist of interactive chalkboard talks (i.e. no powerpoint) with significant audience participation (discussion and interruption from the audience.)

    There is no fee to attend, but we still ask you to register here for catering numbers:  https://my.physics.illinois.edu/eventreg/register.asp?id=1464

    For up to date scheudle, please visit:

    http://clark.physics.illinois.edu/TNConference/

     

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