Events

  • Germanjapanesews

    2627 Feb 2024

    German-Japanese Workshop ー 日独ワークショップ

    We are delighted to announce an upcoming workshop co-sponsored by the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat in collaboration with esteemed colleagues from Japan. This unique event aims to bring together experts and researchers across various cluster areas for a two-day exploration of cutting-edge topics in quantum materials.

  • Ghn-Plakat-Slider-Vorlage

    27 Feb 2024
    06:45 pm – 09:00 pm

    GHN-Fireplace-Chat in Würzburg

    With Adriana Pálffy-Buß and Elena Hassinger

     

    Engage in conversation with leading female scientists in quantum physics. How did they get to where they are? What obstacles did they encounter along the way? Did gender matter? What tips can they offer you for your career?

  • Wuerzburg-Nice-View

    0507 Mar 2024

    deRSE24 – Conference for Research Software Engineering in Germany

    The forth conference in Germany addressing research software and the people behind it within the German research landscape will be held in Würzburg on March 05-07, 2024. Here a plethora of subjects spanning from best practices to software sustainability will be presented for an audience of 200 participants.

  • Weimar-Colourbox-16zu9

    2527 Mar 2024

    Cluster Retreat 2024 Weimar

    Junior and senior cluster-affiliated scientists will meet in Weimar for three days of scientific exchange and networking.

  • Bewise-Grafik16zu9

    1517 Apr 2024

    BeWISE – Women in Science and Engineering

    The three day conference offers numerous workshops (parallel workshops in English) and coaching opportunities. During fireplace talks with experienced female professors (role-models), the participants will be able to get into a conversation with them on career paths in research.

  • I-Zqj8p2x-Xl

    2224 May 2024

    Fifth QMA Retreat

    In Bamberg we will meet and talk about your projects.

  • Mpipks

    2428 Jun 2024

    Workshop - Non-equilibrium Many-body Physics Beyond the Floquet Paradigm

    Understanding non-equilibrium quantum many-body systems is a key challenge in modern physics. Exploring dynamics through periodic (Floquet) drives has been a significant approach, revealing intriguing Floquet phases with unique properties. Recent research has extended to quasi-periodic and structured-random driving, and explored the interplay between Floquet driving and dissipation. This workshop aims to brin togehter researchers in this dynamic field, discussing foundational concepts and sharing the latest ideas, with a focus on classifying non-thermal pathways and broadening the scope of non-equilibrium phases of matter.

  • Ctqmat24-Conference-Web-Header

    2327 Sep 2024

    CT.QMAT24: International Conference on Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter

    CT.QMAT24 is the second international conference of the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat on emerging quantum phenomena resulting from topological physics and its interplay with many-body interactions in diverse quantum matter settings, from topological electron materials to quantum spin systems and photonics.

  • Les-Houches

    29 Oct08 Nov 2024

    Les Houches School 2024 - Frustrated Quantum Magnets

    The field of quantum spin liquids has evolved significantly over the past five decades, driven by the availability of frustrated magnetic platforms like pyrochlore, hyperkagome, and hyperhoneycomb materials. Modern sources of magnetic frustration enable the creation of novel forms of magnetic ordering at low temperatures. Progress in understanding the microscopic origin of these states is attributed to the collaboration between theory and experiment, facilitated by advancements in numerical quantum many-body approaches. The school aims to introduce fundamental concepts in frustrated magnetism, providing a series of lectures and tutorials involving experimentalists, theoreticians, and numerical experts.

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