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Conference / Low Temperatures: International Conference on Ultra Low Temperature Physics

The aim of this conference is to discuss new physics in condensed matter systems at temperatures below 1 Kelvin, to identify new research directions, and to discuss technical challenges and innovations. The conference is intended to bring together a broad community of researchers, spanning the field, to forge links between different experimental communities as well as between experimentalists and theorists.

 Export to Your Calendar 17/08/2017 to 21/08/2017
When: 17/08/2017
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Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics
Neuenheimer Feld
Natural Science Campus of the University of Heidelberg
Heidelberg, DE - 
Germany
Contact: Christian Enss

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The aim of the International Conference on Ultra Low Temperature Physics is to discuss new physics in condensed matter systems at temperatures below 1 Kelvin, to identify new research directions, and to discuss technical challenges and innovations. The conference is intended to bring together a broad community of researchers, spanning the field, to forge links between different experimental communities as well as between experimentalists and theorists.

Topics include: Quantum fluids and solids, quantum matter under extreme conditions, quantum phase transitions and quantum criticality, quantum transport and quantum turbulence, non-equilibrium quantum systems, nuclear magnetism, nano-electronics and nano-mechanical systems, new cooling technologies, sensors, amplifiers and detectors at the quantum limit.

 

List of topics:

  • Quantum fluids and solids
  • Quantum matter under extreme conditions 
  • Quantum phase transitions and quantum criticality
  • Quantum transport and quantum turbulence
  • Non-equilibrium quantum systems
  • Nuclear magnetism
  • Nanoelectronics and nanomechanical systems 
  • New cooling technologies 
  • Sensors, amplifiers and detectors at the quantum limit

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