Correlation and Disorder in Classical and Quantum Systems (2017)

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source: International Centre for Theoretical Sciences   2017年6月12日
29 May 2017 to 02 June 2017
VENUE: Ramanujan Lecture Hall, ICTS Bangalore
This program aims to bring together people working on classical and quantum systems with disorder and interactions. The extensive exploration, through experiments, simulations and model calculations, of growing correlation lengths associated with the rapid increases of viscosity and relaxation times in classical systems is a major recent development in the study of the glass transition. At the same time, there have also been significant advances, recently, in the effort to combine density functional theory with dynamical mean-field theory (DFT+DMFT) to understand the properties of quantum many-body systems. These involve treating interactions using quantum impurity models, thereby connecting directly to the physics of disordered systems. Another interesting recent direction of investigation is understanding how the interplay of interactions and disorder in quantum many-body systems can lead to ergodic and non-ergodic phases and transitions between them. The common themes of disorder and correlation effects run through this diverse class of problems prompting a discussion on the possibility of developing a broad theoretical framework within which to understand the phenomenology of disordered classical and quantum systems. The main focus of this program will be to assess the recent developments in these two fields on a common and inter-disciplinary platform, and also strategize the future directions and requirements for their implementation. A secondary focus will be on inter-disciplinary aspects, where common and complementary methods can be merged from both sides, to develop self-consistent and efficient numerical techniques for the understanding and prediction of new phases of matter.
This program is partially supported by NanoScience division of Oxford Instruments
CONTACT US: cqdiscor2017@icts.res.in
PROGRAM LINK: https://www.icts.res.in/program/CQDIS...

Theory of Rigidity & Force Transmission in Granular Systems by Bulbul Chakraborty 44:49
Active Forces and Flows in Development by Madan Rao 41:36
Oxide hetero-interfaces: superconductivity, magnetism by Arghya Taraphder 40:18
Thermal Conductivity of Glass-Forming Liquid by Abhishek Dhar 42:27
Computer simulations of gel-formation via catalytic reactions by Walter Kob 46:46
Reactor to Rheology: Coupled models for polymers by Chinmay Das 45:09
Quantum Spin Liquids in Kagome Lattice by Subhro Bhattacharjee 43:51
Spontaneous disorder near the Mott transition on frustrated lattices by Pinaki Majumdar 47:34
Charge transport in Organic Semiconductors: Role of disorder, correlation by Manoranjan P Singh 40:14
Collective and single particle correlations in a binary mixture : dependence by Shankar P Das 47:08
Jamming and Gardner a granular media experiment by Olivier Dauchot 47:35
Magnetism beyond the 3d transition metal oxides by Priya Mahadevan 36:54
Study of dynamical heterogeneities in aging by Ranjini Bandyopadhyay 41:38
The equilibrium transition underlying irreversible deformation of solids by Surajit Sengupta 47:45
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Observing the dynamics of molecules at their own scale: a continuous... by Biswaroop Mukherjee 41:19
Continuous Mott transitions in a model Hamiltonian system by N S Vidhyadhiraja 36:40
Random Field Ising Model with Conserved Kinetics by Varsha Banerjee 42:29
Random Pinning in Supercooled Liquids: Connection by Saurish Chakrabarty 29:48
Rigidity of materials as consequence of configurational constraint by Shibu Saw 29:53
Glassy dynamics in active matter by Rituparno Mandal 27:44
Avalanche dynamics in a 2D glass by Shiladitya Sengupta 24:06
Stability of many-body localization in two and higher dimension by Sumilan Banerjee 42:57
The role of pair correlation function in the dynamical by Sarika Bhattacharyya 32:14
Spatio-temporal correlations across the melting of 2D Wigner molecules by Amit Ghosal 46:40
Anomalous dynamics of metal ions in presence of a bacterial protein by Jaydeb Chakrabarti 43:28
Many body mobility edges in a one dimensional model of interacting fermions by Arti Garg 49:01
Soft Electronic Fluctuations in Sr2RuO4 by Mukul Laad 54:46
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