14.08.2017 - 18.08.2017; Summer School

International Summer School: Topological and Symmetry-Broken Phases in Physics and Chemistry

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Art'otel Dresden
Holger Kohlmann (Leipzig, Germany):
Group Theory and Application in Crystallography and Solid State Chemistry

Dietmar Lehmann (Dresden, Germany):
Phase Transitions and the Renormalization Group

Jens Kortus (Freiberg, Germany) (tbc):
Discrete Group Theory applied to Molecules

James Annett (Bristol, UK):
Symmetries, Berry Phases and Topology in Unconventional Superconductivity

Jan Budich (Stockholm, Sweden):
Topology

Claudia Felser (Dresden, Germany):
Topological Aspects in Solid State Chemistry

Serguey Petcov (Trieste, Italy):
Majorana Fermions and Neutrino Physics

Stephan Huber (Sussex, UK):
Electroweak Phase Transition in the Early Universe

Joerg Jaeckel (Heidelberg, Germany):
Axions in the Theory of Strong Interaction

The concepts of topology, symmetries, symmetry breaking, and phase transition are central in many modern topics ranging from condensed matter and molecular chemistry to elementary particle physics and cosmology. This school is the second in a series of summer schools on the interface between these fields (last year's school). It focuses on these common concepts and aims to deepen their understanding. The lectures cover the theoretical background as well as applications in all fields.

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Nicole Gierig
Letzte Änderung: 28.07.2017