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2024

(3 Events)
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Workshop - Fractional Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect and Fractional Chern Insulators

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.

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GHN colloquium with Dr. Veronika Sunko (UC Berkeley)

The GHN Colloquium talk series features the female scientists of the Grete Hermann Network (GHN) - a newly founded international network of female researchers in condensed matter physics and neighboring research areas to give a lecture on their research and current projects, as well as about their career paths.

Iit-Madras

International Conference on Highly Frustrated Magnetism

IIT Madras is organizing the 12th edition of the International Conference on Highly Frustrated Magnetism (HFM 2024) to be held in Chennai, India from 8-13 January, 2024. The HFM series of conferences are typically held biannually and started in the year 2000. These are the pre-eminent and largest meetings of condensed matter physicists involved in the search and exploration of novel states of quantum matter in frustrated magnets.

2023

(9 Events)
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Quantum Alliance Community Networking Event

You will have the opportunity to (re-)connect with young scientists from all over Germany and get insights into the job market for PhDs and Postdocs in Germany. In 10-minute talks, alumni of our member institutions will give an overview of the challenges and advantages of leaving the university to work in industry or a government lab and the do's and don'ts during the application process. Following this there will be a general panel discussion followed by networking sessions.

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GHN colloquium with Dr. Maia Vergniory (MPI CPfS)

The GHN Colloquium talk series features the female scientists of the Grete Hermann Network (GHN) - a newly founded international network of female researchers in condensed matter physics and neighboring research areas to give a lecture on their research and current projects, as well as about their career paths.

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Conference on Fractionalization and Emergent Gauge Fields in Quantum Matter

The conference in Trieste, Italy, aims to bring together communities working on quantum fluids such as spin liquids, unconventional superconductors, and fractional quantum Hall states, where emergent gauge fields, fractionalization, and topological order, all rooted in the RVB paradigm, play a pivotal role.

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Second Fall School "Topological Quantum Matter"

We will meet in Leipzig directly after the fourth QMA retreat and learn more about complexity and topology in quantum matter.

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Fourth QMA Retreat (Leipzig)

In Leipzig we will meet and talk about your projects.

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Kitty Q gaming lounge at Technische Sammlungen Dresden street festival

Dive into the extraordinary quantum universe at the Kitty Q gaming lounge and solve puzzles rooted in mind-bending quantum phenomena! The gaming lounge will be taking place as part of the “Turmfest.Striesen.Draußen” street festival organized by the Technische Sammlungen Dresden.

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Mini-symposium on the orbital angular momentum at the ECOSS 36

The Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat is co-sponsoring a mini-symposium on orbital angular momentum-based phenomena in quantum materials and their surfaces. It will be taking place during the 36th European Conference on Surface Science ECOSS 36 in Lodz, Poland.

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Grete Hermann Network Workshop

At the heart of the Grete Hermann Network's mission is the goal to promote excellent female-led research and support the recruitment and careers of female scientists. In this spirit, we invite you to join a diverse audience of condensed matter physicists (male and female) with broad research interests and of all career levels for a three-day workshop at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg.

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International Nano-Optoelectronics Workshop (iNOW) 2023

Researchers and industry professionals alike will meet in Würzburg for a 10-day immersive workshop covering a diverse range of topics in the areas of nanomaterials, optoelectronics and photonics.

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