Workshop - Fractional Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect and Fractional Chern Insulators

Date & Facts

0508 Feb 2024


Exploring the fractional quantum Hall physics at zero magnetic fields is a flourishing research frontier attracting broad interest from both experimental and theoretical communities. This workshop will bring together researchers working on relevant topics to discuss the very recent breaking development and exchange the ideas in this exciting field.


The Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPIPKS) plans an on-site workshop. Talks and posters will exclusively be presented on-site. For more infromation and application go here.


Topics include

    • Fractional Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect
    • Fractional Chern Insulators
    • Correlated Topological Phases of Matter
    • Moire Superlattices
    • First-principle Based Simulations of Interacting Systems
    • Field Theory Approaches
    • Topological Effects of Cold Atoms
    • Topological Flat Bands
    • Quantum Geometry
    • Fractionalized Quasiparticles




Invited speakers

    • Emil Bergholtz (SE)
    • Bogdan A. Bernevig (US)
    • Jan Carl Budich (DE)
    • Ting Cao (US)
    • Maria Daghofer (DE)
    • Xi Dai (HK)
    • Sankar Das Sarma (US)
    • Rui-Rui Du (US)
    • Liang Fu (US)
    • Mark Oliver Goerbig (FR)
    • Nathan Goldman (BE)
    • Long Ju (US)
    • Jeil Jung (KR)
    • Dmitry Kovrizhin (FR)
    • Tingxin Li (CN)
    • Shi-Zeng Lin (US)
    • Jianpeng Liu (CN)
    • Nicolas Regnault (FR)
    • Steven H. Simon (UK)
    • Inti Sodemann Villadiego (DE)
    • Ady Stern (IL)
    • Kai Sun (US)
    • Oskar Vafek (US)
    • Jie Wang (US)
    • Fengcheng Wu (CN)
    • Di Xiao (US)
    • Yonglong Xie (US)
    • Cenke Xu (US)
    • Xiaodong Xu (US)
    • Kun Yang (US)
    • Wang Yao (HK)
    • Jun Zhu (US)


Scientific Coordinators

    • Zhao Liu (Zhejiang University, PR China)
    • Jeroen van den Brink (Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden, Germany)
    • Yang Zhang (The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)



    • Katrin Lantsch (Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems Dresden, Germany)

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