Mon, Jul 10|
Quantum Materials: Information and Technology
Event website hyperlink below or copy and paste: https://research.kent.ac.uk/pqm/cmpcity23/ https://research.kent.ac.uk/pqm/cmpcity23/comic-23-registration/
Time & Location
Jul 10, 2023, 7:00 PM – Jul 14, 2023, 7:00 PM
London, Roberts Building, London WC1E 7JE, UK
About The Event
Event Website: https://research.kent.ac.uk/pqm/cmpcity23/
Application Link: https://forms.office.com/e/JZ02haBYep
Here is the flyer for this workshop.
This is to inform you that Condensed Matter Physics in the City 2023: “Quantum Materials: Information and Technology“ will take place in hybrid mode, with talks delivered in-person at our London venue (Roberts Building room 508, UCL) during 10-14 July 2023, and online on Zoom. We acknowledge gratefully funding from ICAM and Institute of Physics.
We proudly announce a great line-up of confirmed Speakers:
- Sasha Balatsky (Nordita/U Connecticut)
- Erez Berg (Weizmann)
- Tony Carrington (Bristol)
- Amalia Coldea (Oxford)
- Oliver Dial (IBM Yorktown)
- Shuqiu Wang (Oxford)
- Pablo Jarrillo-Herrero (MIT)
- Vidya Madhavan (UIUC)
- Jegeun Park (Seoul National University)
- Aline Ramires (PSI)
- Joaquín Fernández Rossier (INL, Portugal)
- Frank Schindler (Imperial College and Princeton)
- Steve Simon (Oxford)
- Ashvin Vishwanath (Harvard)
A provisional schedule for the meeting is now available here. In addition to the scientific program, there will be a public evening lecture on 12 July (speaker: Oliver Dial; venue Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building, Imperial College London). More details later.
Registration is now open:
Please note that there is a registration fee of £10 to complete the registration (see above website for more info).
Junior Scientists (PhD students and early career postdocs – within 5 years of getting the PhD) may request financial support, with preference for participants from ICAM nodes. Deadline for funding applications (part of registration process) will be on 9 June 2023. More details are on the registration webpage linked above.
We will consider contributed submissions from Junior Scientists made by 19 June 2023 for contributed talks. Please have an abstract and a short one-slide presentation to hand should you wish to apply for one. Please look for more details on the registration webpage linked above.
You can find further information on confirmed speakers and other useful information on our conference website:
We look forward to seeing you in London, or online, soon.
for the organizing committee
Ryan Barnett, HTC, Imperial College London
Sam Carr*, HTC, University of Kent
Claudio Castelnovo, University of Cambridge
Piers Coleman, HTC, Rutgers University and RHUL
Andrew Green, HTC, University College London
Andrew Ho, HTC, Royal Holloway, University of London
Elio Koenig*, MPI for Solid State Research, Stuttgart
Frank Kruger, HTC, University College London
Gunnar Möller, HTC, University of Kent
Anna Posazhennikova*, University of Greifswald
Jorge Quintanilla, HTC, University of Kent
John Saunders, Royal Holloway, University of London
* Student coordinators
HTC = Hubbard Theory Consortium