高等研究院

Institute for Advanced Study

Topology and Frustration in Quantum Materials

2019.6.4-2019.6.6
Institute for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Organizers:
Binghai Yan, Weizmann Institute of Science, Isareal
Zheng Liu, Tsinghua University, China
Jia-Wei Mei, Southern University of Science and Technology, China

About the Workshop
An important theme lying at the frontier of physics is to discover and understand new quantum phases of matter beyond the standard textbook classification. In the past decade, several new families of real-world platforms, such as topological insulators and semimetals, iron-based superconductors, geometrically frustrated magnets, as well as ultracold atoms in optical lattices, have been realized and extensively studied, which significantly advances our knowledge of the so-called “quantum materials”. Topology and frustration represent two novel features that are frequently encountered in these exotic examples. This workshop aims at bringing together active researchers in this broad field. By exchanging and discussing observations of a wide range of systems, we expect that this workshop will help share different perspective and views on quantum materials and motivate further investigations.

This workshop is a part of the traditional summer program held annually at the Institute for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University. No pre-registration is required. Any interested student or researcher is welcome to attend the scientific sessions by showing onsite a valid student's or employee's ID.

Invited speakers
1. Claudia Felser, Max-Planck Institute
2. Roser Valenti, University of Frankfort
3. Philip Moll, EPFL
4. Haim Beidenkopf, Weizmann Institute of Science
5. Shahal Ilani, Weizmann Institute of Science
6. Chaoxing Liu, Penn State University
7. Di Xiao, Carnegie Mellon University
8. J. van den Brink, IFW Dresden
9. Kenneth Burch, Boston College
10. Titus Neupert, University of Zurich
11. Yuan-Ming Lu, Ohio State University
12. Yin-Chen He, Perimeter Institute
13. Jaejun Yu, Seoul National University
14. Po-Yao Chang, Max-Planck Institute
15. Liang Jiang, Yale University
16. Norman Yao, University of Carlifornia, Berkeley
17. Long Ju, MIT
18. Hua-Qing Huang, University of Utah
19. Shunyu Yao, Tsinghua University