Welcome to the International Workshop on Emerging Phenomena in Quantum Hall Systems

About three decades after its discovery, the Quantum Hall Effect is still the most striking topological state of matter. The unparalleled precision of the quantization of the Hall conductivity, the fractionalization of the charge and statistics and the abundance of experimentally accessible parameters have led to an immensely rich experimental and theoretical activity. In the last few years, this activity has grown to include novel materials, novel experimental systems, and most importantly, novel topological states of matter. This conference will deal with recent studies of the Quantum Hall Effect and of other topological states of matter such as topological insulators and topological superconductors, and will highlight recent developments such as anomalous quantum Hall effect, Coulomb drag, Majorana fermions, quantized spin Hall effect, thermal transport, and more.