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Conformal Field Theory Approach to Quantum Hall Physics - Non-Abelian Statistics and Quantum Computing
Conformal Field Theory Approach to Quantum Hall Physics - Non-Abelian Statistics and Quantum Computing
13-16 August 2008 Nordita
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Conformal field theory (CFT) is a body of mathematics that was originally developed in close connection to string theory. In the last decade CFT techniques have become increasingly important to describe exotic states in the quantum Hall system and also in rapidly rotating Bose condensates. Particularly intriguing is the possibility to use the non-Abelian statistics of the quasiparticles in these systems in the context of quantum computing. The aim of the proposed conference is to bring together experts in quantum Hall physics, rotating Bose condensates, and applied conformal field theory, to give a set of talks that will cover the most recent advances in the field.

Link to the slides of the talks.


Dates: from 13 August 2008 10:00 to 16 August 2008 12:00
Location: Nordita
Roslagstullsbacken 23 (and 17)
106-91 Stockholm
Sweden
Room: 122:026
Chairs: ARDONNE, Eddy
HANSSON, T. Hans

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