CT.QMAT22 - International Conference on Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter

Date & Facts

2529 Jul 2022



Important Dates

28 March       Announcement invited speakers

25 April          Opening of registration and abstract submission

06 June         Extended deadline for abstract submission

16 June         Notification to authors

20 June         Early-bird registration deadline

22 June         Announcement of the conference program

11 June         Late registration deadline

24 July          Welcome Session

25 July          Start International Conference CT.QMAT22

29 July          End International Conference CT.QMAT22


The conference will be held in person at the Congress Centrum Würzburg, Germany. We will follow closely the development of the pandemic and travelling restrictions in the next months. Changes and updates will be announced on this page.


Venue: Congress Centrum Würzburg


Contact: If you have any questions regarding the conference please contact us via ct.qmat22@uni-wuerzburg.de



For registration and further Information please visit our CT.QMAT22-Conference-Homepage!


CT.QMAT22 is an international conference 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 to photonics. Related contributions from other novel platforms (e.g., topological circuits, topological phononics and magnonics, ultracold atoms, etc.) are also highly welcome. The idea of CT.QMAT22 is to bring together experts from different communities and review the present state of the field of topological physics.


The conference is organized by the Würzburg-Dresden Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat - Complexity and Topology in Quantum Matter and the SFB 1170 ToCoTronics - Topological and Correlated Electronics at Surfaces and Interfaces. It is planned as in-person event from 25 to 29 July 2022 and will be held in Würzburg, Germany.



  • Topological electrons
  • Quantum magnetism
  • Topological photonics
  • Topological phononics and magnonics
  • Topolectric circuits
  • Topological physics with ultracold atoms
  • Tailoring topological functionality



Monika Aidelsburger (TU München, Germany)

Ana Akrap (U Fribourg, Switzerland)

Hélène Bouchiat (U Paris-Sud, France)

Debanjan Chowdhury (Cornell, USA)

Riccardo Comin (MIT, USA)

Katharina Franke (FU Berlin, Germany)

Michael Fuhrer (Monash U, AUS) 

Sebastian Huber (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

Yi-Ting Hsu (U Notre Dame, USA)

Elsa Lhotel (Institut Néel, France)

Alexander Khanikaev (CUNY, USA)

Yong Baek Kim (U Toronto, Canada) 

Martin Kroner (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

Julia Meyer (U Grenoble Alpes, France) 

Shuichi Murakami (Tokyo Tech, Japan)

Titus Neupert (U Zürich, Switzerland) 

Christian Pfleiderer (TU München, Germany)

Raquel Queiroz (Columbia U, USA)

Subir Sachdev (Harvard, USA)

Koenraad Schalm (U Leiden, Netherlands)

Christian Schneider (U Oldenburg, Germany)

Nils Schröter (MPI Halle, Germany)

Marin Soljacic (MIT, USA)

Bent Weber (NTU Singapore, Singapore)

Christoph Weitenberg (U Hamburg, Germany) 




Scientific Program Committee (* Chairs)
Alexey Chernikov (TU Dresden)

Ralph Claessen* (JMU Würzburg)

Johanna Erdmenger (JMU Würzburg)

Claudia Felser (MPI CPfS Dresden)
Jochen Geck (TU Dresden)

Sebastian Klembt (JMU Würzburg)

Laurens Molenkamp (JMU Würzburg)

Björn Trauzettel (JMU Würzburg)

Matthias Vojta* (TU Dresden)


Local Organisation Team (JMU Würzburg)
Ralph Claessen

Tobias Kiessling
Sebastian Klembt
Katharina Leiter

Monika Seifer

Björn Trauzettel





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