Quantum Many-Body workshop series



Delft & Gent


Note: registration deadline is October 1st!

Understanding collective phenomena in strongly correlated quantum many-body systems is one of the biggest challenges in modern condensed matter physics. Development of efficient computational methods and conformal field theory topped up with the recent progress on cold atoms experiments make the study of low-dimensional strongly correlated systems one of the hottest topics in the field. The goal of this workshop series is to bring together local experts working on various aspects of quantum many-body theory to regenerate the network of scientific connections and to stimulate new collaborations in the area.

In the new season of Delft Many-Body Workshop Series we organize a pair of satellite workshops with the main focus on duality and symmetries - emergent, broken, imposed ... - in quantum many-body systems. The workshops will take place on October 12 at TUDelft and on October 13 at UGent (Belgium).

Invited speakers:
October 12 at TUDelft

Frank Verstraete (Ghent)

Kareljan Schoutens (Amsterdam)

Jan Zaanen (Leiden) 

Hosho Katsura (Tokyo)

Jutho Katsura (Tokyo)

October 13 at UGhent

Jean-Sébastien Caux (Amsterdam)

Christiane de Morais Smith (Utrecht)

Pieter Claes (Dresden)

Clement Delcamp (Ghent)

Laurens Lootens (Ghent)

More info is available at the website of the series.

Registration: the registration form can be accessed via this link. PhD students and postdocs are encouraged to submit abstracts for contributed talks via the registration form. There is no registration fee for these workshops, but the organizers kindly ask participants to cover their own travel costs.