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Former IMPRS Schools and Workshops

 

IMPRS Summer School 2019: Hotel Artus, Karpacz, September 2-4, 2019

The summer school lecture topics and lecturers are:

  • Strongly interacting metals (Debanjan Chowdhury - Cornell University)
  • Ordering in non-equilibrium steady states of driven dissipative quantum gases (André Eckardt - MPI-PKS)
  • Introduction to concepts and techniques for open quantum systems (Alex Eisfeld - MPI-PKS)
  • Ergodicity (Masud Haque - Maynooth University)
  • Non-Hermitian topological states of matter (Flore Kunst - Stockholm University)
  • Overview of non-equilibrium physics in many-body quantum systems (Marko Znidaric - University of Ljubljana)

 The lecture slides are available through this link.

 

IMPRS Summer School 2018: Villa Lanna, Prague, August 27-29, 2018

The summer school lecture topics and lecturers are:

  • Open Quantum Systems (Michael Thorwart - University of Hamburg)
  • Non-Hermitian Quantum Mechanics (Anael Ben-Asher - Technion)
  • Nuclear Quantum Effects in Molecular Systems (Ondrej Marsálek - Charles University)
  • Frontiers of Molecular Dynamics (Basile Curchod - University of Durham)
  • Energy Transfer Between Molecules (Tomáš Mancal - Charles University)
  • Machine Learning in Many-Body Physics (Zohar Ringel - Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

The lecture slides are available through this link.

 

Joint IMPRS Workshop: Dresden, April 3-7, 2017

The workshop is a joint initiative of four International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS):

The research focus of the four schools has an overlap in the fields of condensed matter and quantum technology. At the same time, the involved research groups approach the fields from different angles and with different emphasis.

The main aim of the workshop is to bring together PhD students of the four research schools. In addition to talks covering various research topics within the theme of the workshop, ample time will be provided for direct interaction between all participants, creating a stimulating environment for discussions.

The program comprises invited talks, as well as several presentations by PhD students and a poster session. Read more.

 

For schools and workshops from the IMPRS for dynamical processes in atoms, molecules and solids, see here.

For events before 2011, see our old pages.