PCTS Workshop: "Strongly Correlated Systems and Interactions in Quantum Matter"
Understanding strongly interacting quantum many-body systems is one of the central challenges of condensed matter physics. The strong correlations of interacting quantum systems can lead to incredibly rich phase diagrams, and various intertwined or competing orders. The goal of this workshop is to bring together experimental and theoretical experts to synthesize the recent developments in interacting condensed matter systems, and to forge the future directions of the field. Several highlighted topics of the workshop include (but not limited to): superconductivity and correlated insulating phases in twisted bilayer graphene and other Moire systems, topological and interacting states in partially occupied Landau levels, and recent progress in the studies of high-temperature superconductors.
B. Andrei Bernevig
Registration is required: visit http://pcts.princeton.edu/pcts
This workshop is co-sponsored by PCTS, PCCM, the Department of Physics and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.