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Conference NGSCES 2017: The New Generation in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems,
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Conference NGSCES 2017: The New Generation in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems,

In continuation of the the successful NGSCES conference series, NGSCES 2017 will provide a forum for young researchers in the field of strongly correlated electrons (PhD students, postdocs, young professors and group leaders) to exchange ideas and stimulate new research directions. The conference focuses on a broad range of theoretical and experimental research devoted to improve our understanding of strongly correlated matter, from model systems to materials.

 Export to Your Calendar 04/09/2017 to 08/09/2017
When: 04/09/2017
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ICFO
Castelldefels, ES - 
Spain
Contact: Simon Wall

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In continuation of the the successful NGSCES conference series, NGSCES 2017 will provide a forum for young researchers in the field of strongly correlated electrons (PhD students, postdocs, young professors and group leaders) to exchange ideas and stimulate new research directions. The conference focuses on a broad range of theoretical and experimental research devoted to improve our understanding of strongly correlated matter, from model systems to materials. Topical sessions include

* Non-Equilibrium Quantum Dynamics
* Correlation effects in Topological Insulators and Spin-Orbit Coupled systems
* Strong correlations in nanoscopic systems
* Quantum Magnetism
* Unconventional Superconductivity

In addition to the invited talks, there will be contributed talks and a poster session. Abstracts for oral presentations should be submitted before May 18th, 2017. More detailed information can be found on the conference website.


For the Organizers,

Simon Wall,  ICFO, Spain
Krzysztof Wohlfeld, University of Warsaw, Poland
Martin Eckstein,  MPI for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Germany
Isabel Guillamón, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Cedric Weber, King’s College London, UK

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