Quantum entanglement in macroscopic matter (2015)

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source: International Centre for Theoretical Sciences    2015年3月9日
Discussion Meeting: Quantum entanglement in macroscopic matter
URL: http://www.icts.res.in/discussion_mee...
Dates: Monday 12 Jan, 2015 - Friday 16 Jan, 2015

Condensed matter systems display a wide variety of interesting low temperature phases that are the product of the interplay between inter-particle interactions and the quantum statistics obeyed by the particles. The last few years have seen many exciting developments in this field ighlighting the role of quantum entanglement. The aim of the discussion meeting is to understand these developments and their applications to physical systems by bringing together theorists and experimentalists working in the field of quantum condensed matter physics. The list of topics that will be covered includes thermalization, many-body localization, hidden order, magnetic frustration and symmetry protected and enhanced topological order.

Probing Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Graphene and MoS2 layers 1:04:19
A Topological Fermi Liquid to a Algebraic Spin Liquid Transition in Kitaev Hubbard Model 47:01
Majorana end modes: topological invariants, Floquet theory and conductance 56:12
Non-equilibrium dynamics of closed quantum systems: a tale of two stories 58:44
Universal dynamics and entanglement patterns near the many-body localization transition 1:12:19
Dynamic Ferromagnetic Response of a High Temperature Quantum Antiferromagnet 51:04
Quantum entanglement in macroscopic matter (Lecture 1) 1:25:54
Dynamical effects from topology in metals 58:20
Deconfined criticality by design 1:02:05
Simple models of Symmetry Protected Topological phases 1:07:51
Quantum entanglement in macroscopic matter (Lecture 2) 1:22:05
Fermions in Synthetic Rashba Gauge Potentials 49:56
Experimental evidence of spontaneous time reversal symmetry breaking in interacting two-dimensional 1:04:08
Superconductivity in the Iron Arsenides: A Strong-Coupling Route. 59:19
Quantum entanglement in macroscopic matter (Lecture 3) 1:20:16
A theory of magnetisation plateaus in Shastry-Sutherland model & SrCu2(BO3)2 52:45
The pseudogap phase of the cuprate superconductors 58:01
Spinons and holons: aspects of confinement and deconfinement in a two-dimensional valence-bond solid 1:02:57

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