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Shedding light on emergent quantum phenomena

09 Mar 2014 - 12 Mar 2014
Heidelberg, Germany

The interaction of many simple elements, each obeying basic rules, often produces remarkably rich and complex new behavior. In the quantum realm, this gives rise to exotic effects such as superconductivity, superfluidity, magnetism, new types of 'quasi'-particles, and new phases of matter. This symposium, held at the Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg (IWH) in March 2014 will be among the first to focus on emergent phenomena in ultracold quantum gases. Highlighting cutting edge research from around the world, we strive to create a unified understanding of many-body phenomena in interacting quantum systems.

An exclusive list of speakers, a limited number of participants, and plenty of time to spend together between the selected talks and in the evenings will create an ideal atmosphere for discussions and new ideas. The beautiful setting in the Old Town of Heidelberg will certainly contribute to an inspiring atmosphere.

Focus areas:
  • Quantum magnetism
  • Long-range interactions
  • Bose-Fermi polarons
  • Interacting photon fluids
  • Low-dimensional quantum gases

Preliminary list of speakers
  • Rudi Grimm
  • Christophe Salomon
  • Chris Greene
  • Selim Jochim
  • Matthias Weidemüller
  • Markus Oberthaler
  • Jun Ye
  • Tilman Pfau
  • Michael Köhl
  • Mikhail Baranov
  • Thomas Pohl
  • Michael Fleischhauer
  • Lincoln Carr

For more information, visit
Shedding light on emergent quantum phenomena Homepage

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