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Entangled Quantum States of Matter: Classification, Creation, Manipulation, Detection

Entangled Quantum States of Matter: Classification, Creation, Manipulation, Detection

DATES

Jun 21, 2021 – Jun 24, 2021

INFORMATION

Registration deadline is:
May 16, 2021.
Registration includes:
Daily refreshment breaks, lunches and two Special Events Dinners.
Registration Fee: $330
Fee Due: May 16, 2021
Late Registration Fee: $380
Conference begins (with registration):
Jun 21, 2021 at 08:50 am

Registration: https://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/herald/activities/topology-c21/registration/new

Coordinators: Monika Aidelsburger, Georg Bruun and Victor Galitski, and Pietro Massignan

This conference will explore many aspects of entangled quantum states of matter, with an eye towards their eventual experimental realization. These include non-Fermi liquids, symmetry-protected topological states, and topologically-ordered quantum matter such as gapped and gapless quantum spin liquids. Some of these states harbor nontrivial boundary or edge modes which will also be highlighted. Different topics will be covered including: the classification of entangled topological states which provide a roadmap of what is possible; investigations on how to engineer models built with realistic ingredients guided by theoretical explorations of their phase diagrams; and proposals for the right observables to detect and manipulate these states which can bring them closer from an abstract idea to reality. This conference will bring together experts on many aspects of highly-entangled quantum matter and help connect experts on mathematical aspects of classification and those with numerical expertise that provide information on phase diagrams with experimentalists striving to engineer these states in the lab.

Date

Jun 21 - 24 2021
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Time

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Jun 21 - 24 2021
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Domain

Theoretical Physics

Organizer

(KITP) The Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of California Santa Barbara
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