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Emergent Hydrodynamics in Low Dimensional Quantum Systems

Workshop | Monday, May 06, 2019 - Friday, May 24, 2019
Directors:
Benjamin Doyon (Kings College London)
Jerome Dubail (CNRS and Université de Lorraine)
Giuseppe Mussardo (SISSA, Trieste)
Mohammad Rajabpour (UFF)
Jacopo Viti (IIP and ECT - UFRN)

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OVERVIEW

 

Physical systems look dramatically different at different scales : while the behaviour of a few atoms or electrons follows the rules of quantum mechanics, they give rise to new emergent collective behaviours at larger scales. How to go from the microscopic laws of nature to the observed emergent laws at large scale is a question that has fascinated scholars since Democritus.
 
In the past decade, tremendous progress has been made towards a detailed understanding of these emergent laws in the field of low-dimensional quantum systems, thanks to experimental breakthroughs in ultracold atoms on the one hand, and theoretical advances in quantum integrable systems and low-dimensional field theory on the other hand. Fundamental new paradigms have appeared, such as the Generalized Gibbs Ensembles, and new questions have arisen, that are crucial to understand transport in low-dimensional quantum systems, such as, for instance, about the possible fractal nature of the Drude weight that governs spin conductivity in integrable quantum spin chains.
 
This timely program aims at bringing together experts in the theory of low-dimensional systems, including the ones responsible for the advances just mentioned, as well as experts in adjacent fields and young promising researchers in those areas.

 
TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED
 
  • Inhomogeneous systems and hydrodynamics;
  • Conformal field theory and applications;
  • Experimental aspects and relevance of theoretical developments to the field of ultracold atoms;
  • Hydrodynamic limits in low-dimensional classical statistical mechanics systems.

 

REGISTRATION

 

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Registration deadline: March 06, 2019



REGISTRATION FEE

 

The policy of the International Institute of Physics with respect to organization of events demands collecting a registration fee from the participants. Members of the local community (institutions in Natal) are considered as free listeners and are exempt from paying the fee.



Students = R$ 500 Brazilian reais

Postdocs/Professionals = R$ 900 Brazilian reais

 

*Registration fee is accepted in cash only.

** Information about lodging will be posted soon.



FINANCIAL SUPPORT

 

Available for those who qualify for financial help. You may apply for financial support when filling out your registration form (Registration page).

 

For more information, please contact our events department at: events@iip.ufrn.br

EVENT PROGRAM
Speakers Name Talk Title
Adam Nahum

Invited speaker

Oxford University

TBA

Alexander Abanov

Invited speaker

Stony Brook University

TBA

Andrea Capelli

Invited speaker

University of Florence

TBA

Andrea De Luca

Invited speaker

University of Oxford

TBA

Bruno Bertini

Invited speaker

University of Ljubljana

TBA

David Weiss

Invited speaker

Penn State University

TBA

Denis Bernard

Invited speaker

Ecole Normale Superieure

TBA

Dimitri Gangart

Invited speaker

University of Birmingham

TBA

Eldad Bettelheim

Invited speaker

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

TBA

Erik Tonni

Invited speaker

SISSA

TBA

Francisco Alcaraz

Invited speaker

USP-Sao Carlos

TBA

Gabor Takacs

Invited speaker

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

TBA

German Sierra

Invited speaker

UAM/CSIC

TBA

Giovanni Jona-Lasinio

Invited speaker

Sapienza Università di Roma

TBA

Helbert Spohn

Invited speaker

Munich University

TBA

Hubert Saleur

Invited speaker

IPhT, Saclay

TBA

Igor Lesanovsky

Invited speaker

Nottingham University

TBA

Jacopo de Nardis

Invited speaker

Ecole Normale Superieure Paris

TBA

Jean-Sebastien Caux

Invited speaker

University of Amsterdam

TBA

Joerg Schmidtmeyer

Invited speaker

VCQ

TBA

Juan P. Garrahan

Invited speaker

University of Nottingham

TBA

Marcos Rigol

Invited speaker

Penn State University

TBA

Marton Kormos

Invited speaker

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

TBA

Masud Haque

Invited speaker

Maynooth University

TBA

Maurizio Fagotti

Invited speaker

CNRS, LPTMS

TBA

Olalla Castro-Alvaredo

Invited speaker

City University, London

TBA

Rodrigo Pereira

Invited speaker

International Institute of Physics - UFRN

TBA

Spyros Sotiriadis

Invited speaker

University of Ljubljana

TBA

Takato Yoshimura

Invited speaker

IPhT, Saclay

TBA

Tomaz Prozen

Invited speaker

University of Ljubljana

TBA

Vincent Pasquier

Invited speaker

IPhT, Saclay

TBA

Vincenzo Alba

Invited speaker

SISSA

TBA

Vladimir Korepin

Invited speaker

Stony Brook University

TBA