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Snapshots of quantum dynamics: constraints, integrability and hidden orders


  • The Science Center of The CUNY Graduate Center (Rm 4102) 365 5th Ave. New York, NY 10016 USA (map)

This workshop is part of a continuing series of informal annual meetings on nonequilibrium quantum dynamics. Topics to be covered fall in four broad categories: (1) new concepts such as many-body quantum scars, fractons, and more generally the role constraints play in unconventional many-body quantum dynamics; (2) recent developments in integrable systems, particularly the understanding of diffusion and the dynamics of quantum information; (3) unifying the emerging understanding of dynamics in isolated quantum systems with what is known about the dynamics of dissipative systems; and (4) experimental developments in quantum gas microscopes and related settings that allow one to take single snapshots of many-body systems, and therefore enable one to probe new classes of theoretical objects, such as non-local order parameters and multipoint correlators.

Monday 11 March 2019
9:00 am Aditi Mitra, NYU
9:30 am David Huse, Princeton
10.00-11am coffee break
11:00 am Michael Knap, TUM
11:30 am Shivaji Sondhi, Princeton
12-2pm Lunch
2:00 pm Rahul Nandkishore, CU Boulder
2:30 pm Antonello Scardicchio, ICTP
3:00 pm Michael Kolodrubetz, U of Texas at Dallas
3:30-4pm coffee break
4:00 pm Alicia Kollar, Princeton
4:30 pm Vincenzo Alba, UvA

Tuesday 12 March 2019
9:00 am Joe Bhaseen, King’s College
9:30 am Leo Radzihovsky, Boulder
10.00-11am coffee break
11:00 am Jed Pixley, Rutgers
11:30 am Nicolas Mace, CNRS
12-2pm Lunch
2:00 pm Fiona Burnell, U of Minnesota
2:30 pm Anatoly Dymarsky, U of Kentucky
3:00 pm Dominik Schneble, Stony-brook
3:30-4pm coffee break
4:00 pm Sebastian Diehl, Cologne
4:30 pm Tibor Rakovszky, TUM

Wednesday 13 March 2019
9:00 am Romain Vasseur, U Mass Amherst
9:30 am Marcos Rigol, Penn State
10.00-11am coffee break
11:00 am Zala Lenarcic, Berkeley
11:30 am Claudio Castelnovo, Cambridge
12-2pm Lunch
2:00 pm Andrew Green, UCL
2:30 pm Itamar Kimchi, JILA & CU Boulder
3:00 pm Emil Yuzbashyan, Rutgers
3:30-4pm coffee break
4:00 pm Brian Skinner, MIT
4:30 pm Neil Robinson, UvA

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Download pdf event flier here.
Download full schedule pdf here.

Sponsored by the Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences and by the CUNY doctoral program in Physics, and by the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter, Boston University, and Brookhaven National Laboratory For more information please visit https://itsatcuny.org