BIG IDEAS in Quantum Materials
La Jolla Workshop 2015
This meeting will survey the major unresolved issues and the "big ideas" that will set directions for future work in Quantum Materials. Our speakers and session chairs have agreed not only present the latest results obtained in their groups but will also dedicate several slides to your vision of the major problems and challenges in the general area of quantum materials.
- Topological and new states of matter
- Quantum control and information
- Graphene & two-dimensional Van der Waals systems
- Visualization of physical phenomena
- Non-equilibrium phenomena and measurements under extreme conditions
- Societal impact of quantum materials
Confirmed speakers and session chairs:
J. Moore (UCB), S.C. Zhang (Stanford), P. Armitage (JHU), N. Samarth (Penn State), P. Littlewood (ANL), F. Koppens (IFCO), E. Yablonovitch (UCB), E. Andrei (Rutgers), Philip Kim (Harvard), T. Heinz (Stanford), F. Guinea (CSIC, Madrid), J. Hone (Columbia), I.K. Schuller (UCSD), L. Taillefer (Sherbrook), S. Davis (Cornell/BNL), A. Kapitulnik (Stanford), J. Petta (Princeton), D. Awschalom (Chicago),A.Cavalleri (MPI-Hamburg), M. Lipson (Columbia), M. Lukin (Harvard), K. A. Moler (Stanford), A. Yacoby (Harvard), A. Pasupathy (Columbia), M. Fogler (UCSD), M. Crommie (UCB), A. Chubukov (Minnesota), M.B. Maple (UCSD), B. Keimer (MPI-Stuttgart), Z.X. Shen (Stanford), M. Aronson (Texas A & M), V. Madhavan (UIUC), N.P.Ong (Princeton), A. Vishwanath (UCB), N. Gedik (MIT), M. Murnane (Colorado), A. Georges (College de France), A. Lanzara (UCB), G. Boebinger (NHMFL)
Support for this conference is provided by the Gordon and Betty Moore foundation.
Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter