Frontiers on Quantum Matter Workshop

Date & time

Mon 17 Dec 2018 – Fri 21 Dec 2018

Location

Room:

Oliphant Seminar Room (414)

Audience

Members of RSPE welcome

Contact

(02)61251309
Quantum Many-Body Approaches in Chemistry and Physics

The goal of this cross-disciplinary workshop is to discuss well established methods as well as recent developments on theoretical approaches to the quantum many-body problem. It will bring together scientists from various fields where the non-relativistic quantum many-body problem is central, including quantum chemistry, atomic and molecular physics, cold atoms, and nuclear physics.

A non-exhaustive list of possible topics includes Hartree-Fock method and beyond, time-dependent mean-field and beyond, stochastic mean-field, density functional theory, effective field theory, configuration mixing, generator-coordinate method, Bose-Einstein condensates, BCS superfluidity, residual interaction and symmetry breaking, correlations in many-body states, etc.

The emphasis of the talks will be on the methods more than on their applications in different subfields. The talks will be informal, with plenty of time for discussion.

Preliminary list of speakers:

  • Nicola Gaston (U Auckland)
  • Peter Gill (ANU)
  • Jacinda Ginges (UQ)
  • Sean Hodgman (ANU)
  • Joshua Machacek (ANU)
  • Elena Ostrovskaya (ANU)
  • Elke Pahl (Massey U)
  • Cedric Simenel (ANU)
  • Marzena Szymanska (UK)
  • Andrew Truscott (ANU)
  • Henryk Witek (National Chiao Tung U)

Preliminary program:

The workshop starts Monday 17 Dec at 10am and ends Friday 21 Dec at 4pm.
Talks will be scheduled between 10am and 4pm every day (except Thursday afternoon).
Morning and afternoon tea as well as lunch will be organised.
A workshop diner will be organised Thursday 20 Dec evening.

 

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