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Summer School « Disorder in Condensed Matter and Ultracold Atoms », Cargèse (France)

We are pleased to announce the forthcoming Summer School Disorder in Condensed Matter and Ultracold Atoms, which will take place from June 27 to July 8, 2016 at the Cargèse Scientific Center.

Cargèse is located in the west coast of Corsica (France) and provides a relaxing and enjoyable environment that optimizes pleasant and fruitful scientific interactions !

There will 5 long introductory courses :

  • Anton Andreev Glassy systems and localization in interacting systems
  • Jean Dalibard Introduction to ultracold atoms
  • David Huse Many-body localization
  • Gilles Montambaux Disorder and mesoscopic physics
  • Nikolai Prokofev Numerical approaches to disordered systems

and many invited speakers :

  • Alexander Altland
  • Lara Benfatto*
  • Alexey Bezryadin
  • Jean-Philippe Brantut
  • Brian DeMarco
  • Vincent Josse
  • Alex Kamenev*
  • Jérôme Lesueur
  • Yigal Meir
  • Giovanni Modugno
  • Zvi Ovadyahu
  • Christian Ruegg
  • Dan Shahar
  • Georgy Shlyapnikov
  • Ulrich Schneider*
    (* to be confirmed)

In addition, all participants are encouraged to present a poster. A limited number of posters will be selected to talks.

Further information is available at the school website : http://dcmua2016.sciencesconf.org

Important dates :

Opening of applications : Mon, 8 Feb 2016
Deadline for application : Thu, 31 March 2015 (Go to application page)
Notification of acceptance : Mid-April
Deadline for registration : End of May

Organizers

Thierry Giamarchi, Giacomo Roati, and Laurent Sanchez-Palencia