Princeton Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics 2022

PSSCMP 2022: "Hidden Correlations in Flat Bands"

PCCM is hosting a hybrid Princeton Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics (PSSCMP) Monday, August 1 - Friday, August 5, 2022. 

The summer school is a condensed matter physics education program that focuses on theoretical and experimental research in quantum many-body systems. The program is open to both Princeton and non-Princeton graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the sciences, and details regarding the hybrid format (in-person and remote) will be forthcoming. Participants can apply to present their research during a Poster Session.

The theme for 2022 is "Hidden Correlations in Flat Bands"focusing on the most exciting developments in strong interactions, topology, and superconductivity. Covering fundamental ideas as well as current work, this summer school will prepare participants for research in the field of quantum materials. Lectures will be of pedagogical aim and the program organization is conducted primarily by Princeton graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. PSSCMP is in its 18th year, having its inaugural year in 2005.

List of PSSCMP 2022 confirmed speakers (so far)

  1. Dmitri Efetov, LMU Munich
  2. Philip Kim, Harvard
  3. Biao Lian, Princeton
  4. Raquel Queiroz, Columbia
  5. Nicolas Regnault, École Normale Supérieure, Paris
  6. Leslie Schoop, Princeton
  7. Ady Stern, Weizmann Institute
  8. Di Xiao, University of Washington
  9. Amir Yacoby, Harvard

Links for below topics will be posted shortly:
Registration
Poster Session Information & Topics
Poster Session: Apply to be a Presenter
PSSCMP 2022 Agenda 
Contacts
Speakers & Topics

Professor Jun Zhu, Pennsylvania State, providing her lecture at PSSCMP 2021.

Professor Jun Zhu, The Pennsylvania State University, giving her lecture, "Magnons and Valley Isospin in Bilayer Graphene", during PSSCMP 2021

Professor Allan MacDonald, University of Texas, Austin providing his lecture for PSSCMP 2021.

Professor Allan MacDonald, University of Texas, Austin providing his PSSCMP 2021 lecture "Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect, Topological Magneto-electric Effect, and Orbital Magnetism”


PSSCMP archive:

2021 (virtual) - Novel Excitations in Correlated Materials Program / Lecture recordings 
587 registered attendees, 32 poster presenters, 15 lectures by 12 speakers
Recordings for Joseph Falson - "Correlated States in Ultra-Pure Oxides" and Pablo Jarillo-Herrero - "Moiré Magic 3.0".

2020 (virtual) - Magnetism in Quantum Materials: Program / Lecture recordings 
240 registered attendees, 35 poster presenters, 14 lectures by 9 speakers 

2019 - Emergent phenomena and correlated physics in two-dimensional materials:  ProgramPhotos/ Lecture recordings
2018 - Quantum Dynamics:  Program / Lecture recordings
2017 - Quantum Computation: Program / Lecture recordings
2016 - Many-Body Localization and Frustrated Magnetism: ProgramLecture recordings
2015 - New Insights About Quantum Matter: ProgramLecture recordings
2014 - Quantum Information and Computation: Program Lecture recordings