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A Quantum Many-Body Handshake: Theory and Simulation meet Experiment

December 11 – 22, 2022

Recent breakthroughs in quantum material design, such as the discovery of two-dimensional systems with an unprecedented level of control, along with developments in quantum science technology and new insights into quantum many-body theory, open up new opportunities in the field. The long-promised possibility to perform large-scale quantum simulations (either analogue or digital) is coming into fruition. The aim of the proposed workshop is to bring together a group of leading theorists and experimentalists in quantum condensed matter physics to discuss topics at the interface between theory, simulation and experiments. Among the topics that will be covered are: two-dimensional quantum materials, such as transition metal chalcogenides and multi-layer graphene, as platforms for quantum simulation and realization of exotic phases; simulations using artificial platforms; developments in computational many-body physics and quantum many-body theory; novel quantum phase transitions in and out of equilibrium; and spin liquid phases in quantum materials and artificial systems.

 

Organizers:

  • Erez Berg, Weizmann Institute of Science
  • Snir Gazit, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Anna Keselman, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
  • Cenke Xu, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

List of Speakers:

  • Ehud Altman (Berkeley)
  • Yonathan Anahory (Hebrew University)
  • Nurit Avrahan (Weizmann Institute)
  • Debanjan Chowdhury (Cornell)
  • Andrey Chubukov (U. of Minnesota)
  • Yin-Chen He (Perimeter Institute)
  • Shahal Ilani (Weizmann Institute)
  • Atac Immamoglu (ETH)
  • Beena Kalisky (Bar Ilan University)
  • Amit Kanigel (Technion)
  • Eun-Ah Kim (Cornell)
  • Itamar Kimchi (Georgia Tech)
  • Michael Knap (TUM)
  • Kin Fai Mak (Cornell)
  • Roderich Moessner (MPI-PKS)
  • Yuval Oreg (Weizmann Institute)
  • Sid Parameswaran (Oxford)
  • Abhay Pasupathy (Columbia)
  • Natalia Perkins (U. of Minnesota)
  • Daniel Podolsky (Technion)
  • Gil Refael (Caltech)
  • Cecile Repellin (CNRS)
  • Zohar Ringel (Hebrew University)
  • Jonathan Ruhman (Bar Ilan University)
  • Thomas Scaffidi (UC Irvine)
  • Jie Shan (Cornell)
  • Hadar Steinberg (Hebrew University)
  • Simon Trebst (U. of Cologne)
  • Roser Valenti (U. of Frankfurt)
  • Amir Yacoby (Harvard)
  • Hong Yao (Tsinghua)
  • Andrea Young (UCSB)
  • Eli Zeldov (Weizmann Institute)