Karlsruher Institut für Technologie


Workshop "Electronic Correlations and Disorder in Quantum Matter"

Samstag, 31. März 2012
Lehmann lecture hall, South Campus, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT), Germany
Dedicated to Peter Wölfle's 70th Birthday 31. March - 3. April 2012 The interplay of disorder and interactions dramatically affects transport phenomena in mesoscopic systems fabricated nowadays in experimental laboratories. Albeit mesoscopics and physics of strongly correlated materials share presently a number of common interests and challenges, they exist in large part parallel to each other. The aim of the workshop is to bring leading experts in these research fields closer together and motivate young researchers and students to get involved in topics that bridge between the subdisciplines. The Workshop will also celebrate the 70-th birthday of Peter Wölfle, an outstanding theoretical physicist famous for his contributions to many fields of condensed matter theory, particularly to those at the interface between the theory of strong electronic correlations, disordered systems, and mesoscopic physics. Dates 31 March: arrival and registration 1 April: workshop starts 3 April: workshop ends 4 April: departure Further information: http://www.tkm.kit.edu/vortraege/workshop_woelfle_70.php
Institute for Theoretical Condensed Matter physics
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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76131 Karlsruhe
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