Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden
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The major direction in modern condensed matter physics concerns the study of topological states of quantum matter, which show robust features due to the nontrivial global characteristics of the underlying wave functions, manifested in, for example, quantized conductance and robust gapless boundary states. Since the discovery of topological insulators about a decade ago, the field has been focused on non-interacting gapped fermionic states, classified within the so-called “ten-fold way periodic table”. However, new topological states of matter not captured within this classification have recently been theoretically proposed and experimentally discovered. These include topological crystalline insulators, Weyl semimetals, but also classical topological states in mechanical metamaterials. The proposals for realization of topological states out of equilibrium and bosonic topological phases have recently appeared. Furthermore, the new exotic fermions that go beyond the Dirac, Weyl and Majorana have been proposed. Given these developments it is clear that the study of topological matter is entering a new period where the themes going “beyond the ten-fold way” take the center stage, and will certainly be significant in the entire field of condensed matter physics in the next decade or so.
In this program, we bring together experimentalists and theorists to review the current status of this burgeoning field, identify the crucial areas where progress can be made, and foster collaborations and partnerships to vigorously pursue these goals. We shall bring together world leaders in the fields of topological materials and young researchers from the Nordic region who can learn from them.
Weeks 1 and 2 (July 2nd to July 13th): Classical topological systems, non-equilibrium topological matter, bosonic topological materials, and simulated topological systems.
Weeks 3 and 4 (July 16th to July 27th): Topological semimetals and topological superconductors.
(More) Detailed Programme
All talks will be 50 minutes, plus 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
July 02 – Mohammad Hafezi
July 03 – Emil Begholtz, Gyu Boong Jo
July 04 – Sergey Moroz,
July 05 – Graham Kells
July 06 – Sigurdur Erlingsson
July 09 – Sasha Balatsky, Jaako Nissinen
July 10 – Bohm Jung Yang, Nicolas Regnault
July 11 – Cristiane Morais Smith, Eduardo Marino
July 12 – Cristina Diamantini, Simon Lieu
July 13 – Jens Bardarson, Joost Slingerland
July 16 - Felix Flicker, Bitan Roy, David Carpentier
July 17 - Joseph Maciejko, Titus Neupert, Sebastian Huber, Vladimir Juricic
July 18 - Milica Milovanovic, Mazhar Ali, Björn Trauzettel, Christian Ast
July 19 - Andrea Capelli, Yulin Chen, Wladimir Benalcazar, Masatoshi Sato
July 20 - Matthias Bode, Xi Dai, Shuichi Murakami, Andrei Bernevig
July 23 – Michael Peterson, Claudia Felser, Roni Ilan
July 24 – Alexei Soluyanov, Anton Burkov, Haim Beidenkopf
July 25 – Alexander Zyuzin, Andreas Schnyder, Thomas Kvorning
July 26 – Tiantian Zhang, Ali Yazdani, Giandomenico Palumbo
July 27 – Jukka Vayrynen, Adrien Bouhon
Applications are closed.