Invited speakers

We are pleased to be able to announce the following invited speakers for NGSCES 2017

Thomas Ayral Rutgers University, USA The Fierz convergence parameter: towards a controlled solution of the Hubbard model with small embedded clusters
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George Booth King’s College, UK New wave function based approaches for the description of strongly correlated materials
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Wojciech Brzezicki University of Salerno, Italy Exotic topological states in hybrid transition metal oxides
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Jiri Chaloupka Masaryk University, Czech Republic Soft spins and Higgs mode in Ca2RuO4
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Mark Dean Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA How heterostructuring and doping modifies the orbitals and spin interactions in nickelates
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R. Ganesh The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, India Generating resonating valence bond states through Dicke subradiance
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Mikhail Lemeshko Institute of Science and Technology, Austria Orbital quantum impurities interacting with a many-particle environment
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Michael Knap Technical University of Munich, Germany Dynamical Cooper pairing in non-equilibrium electron-phonon systems
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Yannis Laplace Ecole Polytechnique, France Terahertz Josephson plasmonics in high-Tc cuprates
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Yuan Li Peking University, China Robust Dirac Magnons in a Highly Interconnected 3D Spin Lattice
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Milan Allan Leiden University, The Netherlands Universality of pseudogap and emergent order  in lightly doped Mott insulators
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Matteo Minola Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany From collective to incoherent spin-excitations in high-Tc cuprates probed by Detuned Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering
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Titus Neupert University of Zurich, Switzerland Higher-order topological insulators
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Laurenz Rettig Fritz Haber Institute, Germany Fundamental couplings in strongly correlated materials investigated by complementary time-domain techniques
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Lucile Savary Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Singular Angular Magnetoresistance in a Nonsymmorphic Magnet